Changing Places LatAm: Ricardo Fragale, Fernando Gonzalez, Pablo del Campo…

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

Gian Carlo Lanfranco / Rolando Córdova - Havas Worldwide Nueva York ::: Jorge Borrero - Phantasia/Wunderman Perú ::: Pablo del Campo - Saatchi & Saatchi ::: Gustavo Vidal - Telecom Argentina ::: Ricardo Fragale - SMG ::: Fernando Gonzalez - The AP:::

ricardo.fragaleRicardo Fragale has been named SVP, Managing Director SMG Argentina at Starcom MediaVest Group.

Gonzalez_FernadoFormer senior producer in Havana of The Associated Press, Fernando Gonzalez, has been appointed as regional video editor for Latin America. Gonzalez will lead AP’s video newsgathering operation as the news cooperative expands its video coverage across Latin America. Gonzalez, a native of Uruguay, will be based in Washington, D.C.

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Havas Worldwide has appointed  Gian Carlo Lanfranco and Rolando Córdova  as its creative directors NY.  Previously, the executives have work for the French agency Fred & Farid Group with the global account of Orangina.

jorge borrero -Phantasia/Wunderman Peru has named Jorge Borrero as its new creative director. Borrero has previously worked for the Spanish agencies TBWA Madrid, Diluvia, Leo Burnett and Bangers Agency. Borrero will report to José Aburto, general creative director of the company.

Pablo del Campo -Saatchi & Saatchi has appointed Pablo del Campo as creative global director. Del Campo founded Saatchi & Saatchi Buenos Aires in 2000 and has been working as regional creative director for Latin America since 2007.

Gustavo Vidal -Telecom Argentina has appointed Gustavo Vidal  as its new director for big clients. He will be in charge of the mobile and traditional communications´solutions for the corporate environment and the Argentinean Government.

 


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