Changing Places LatAm: Rafael Salas, Natalie Mazer, Paul Ward…

People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it.

Rafael Salas - Maxus ::: Natalie Mazer - AudienceScience ::: Paul Ward - Naked   :::

Rafael Salas has been promoted to COO at Maxus Argentina. The executive will be in charge of the operations in the country.
Naked has appointed Paul Ward as group chief production officer. Paul joins Naked after spending 16 years at Bartle Bogle Hegarty (BBH). In the newly created role, Paul will ensure that Naked has the best production, technology, creative processes and systems across all markets.

AudienceScience has named former VP of product management at Videology, Natalie Mazer,  as VP of strategy and development. Mazer will now be responsible for the continuous development and evolution of the AudienceScience technology roadmap.


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