Changing Places LatAm: Karl Heiselman, María Iregui, Jorge Aguiar…

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

María Iregui - MTV América Latina ::: Bebel Di Celio - TOD ::: Jorge Aguiar - BlackBerry América Latina ::: Gastón Terrones Dimant  - GolinHarris ::: Michael McLaren - McCann Worldgroup ::: TNS - Ignacio Galceran :::

Karl_HeiselmanAfter the announcement of Apple´s four new digital agencies, Karl Heiselman has been appointed to lead the marketing and communications department at the company. Heiselman comes from Wolff Olins, where he has worked as CEO for 7 years. Wolff Olins is part of Omnicom Group.

 

María Iregui -Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) The Americas appoints industry executive Maria Iregui as Brand Manager and SVP of Programming & Production for MTV Latin America. The executive will be in charge of all the brand in the region. Read more... 

 

 

Jorge Aguiar -BlackBerry has appointed Jorge Aguiar  as Latin American Director. He will report to Eric Johnson, global sales president. Aguiar has worked as director for Mexico and Central America at BlackBerry.

 

camilo.maldonadoCamilo Maldonado has been named Market Manager LastMinute/Cupons for Despegar.com, Argentina. He is based in Buenos Aires.

 


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