Changing Places LatAm: David Belmar, Rica La Fico Guzzo, Vicki Ferraris…

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

Davil Belmar  - Canal 13 ::: Rita La Fico Guzzo - Mediacom ::: Emilio Maisonnave - Quakmedia ::: Vicki Ferraris - MEC :::

belmar.chileDavil Belmar has left its position as programming director at Canal 13, Chile. Alejandra Hinojosa will replace the executive.

Rita La Fico GuzzoMediacom Argentina has appointed Rita La Fico Guzzo as its new digital director for the country. She will be in charge of all the digital actions, clients, media relations and team leadership. The executive will report to Carlos Cianfoni, COO of MediaCom Argentina.

maisonnaveEmilio Maisonnave is the new Director Brazil of Quakmedia. The agency is oppening a new office in the country and will work under the leadership of Maisonnave.

vicki ferrisVicki Ferraris is the new head of affiliates at MEC. She will work with clients like EE, Lloyds Banking Group, Morrisons, Bupa and Nintendo. She will now be responsible for developing the agency’s affiliate offering, specifically in the context of other performance channels such as PPC and SEO.


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