Changing Places LatAm: Osvaldo Tirse, Viviana Maurman, Ezequiel Fonseca Zas…

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

Osvaldo Tirse - Rovio ::: Ezequiel Fonseca Zas - Viacom International Media Networks The Americas ::: Pedro Cappeletti - Grey Brasil ::: Fernando “Chapa” Achával - Geometry Global Ecuador ::: Viviana Maurman / Rodolpho Aguiar - WMcCann Río de Janeiro ::: João Alvim / Daniele Cicini - Lola Portugal y Barcelona :::

osvaldo.tirseOsvaldo Tirse, is the new Director of Brand Partnerships and Advertising, Latin America at Rovio Entertainment in Miami. Rovio is the Finnish video game developer who created the Angrybirds video franchise. Previously Tirse worked as Senior Manager Panregional Advertising A&E Television.

Ezequiel Fonseca -Viacom International Media Networks The Americas has named Ezequiel Fonseca Zas as senior director of digital media. He will be responsible for overseeing the production and creative strategy of platforms and digital initiatives of all brands in Latin America: MTV, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Comedy Central and Vh1. Fonseca Zas will be based in Argentina and will report to René Rodriguez, digital media VP for the Americas.

Pedro Cappeletti -Pedro Cappeletti has left its position at Grey Brasil to found a new agency in the country. He will be replaced by a team of creative directors: Mariangela Silvani, Daniel Pérez Pallares and Sergio Fonseca.

 

Geometry - Ecuador -Geometry Global Ecuador has announced Fernando “Chapa” Achával as its new general manager and executive creative director. Achával has worked with clients like BAT, Kimberly Clark, SCJohnson, Mondelez, Wendys, Santander Río, Unilever, CCU, La Virginia, La Paulina, Toyota, etc.

Maurma_Viviana Y Aguiar_Rodolpho -WMcCann Río de Janeiro has appointed Viviana Maurman as its new media director. She has worked with Bradesco, Brasil Telecom, P&G, Roche, Mastercard, Colgate, Unilever, Bimbo and HSBC. The agency also appointed Rodolpho Aguiar as its new media director for L’Oreal.

Lola -The agency Lola has announced that it will open two new offices in Barcelona and Lisboa. Joao Alvim will lead the agency in Lisboa and Daniele Cicini will be in charge of the accounts in Barcelona (and national accounts). Also, Clark Steele, global business director will be responsible for the SEAT account.

 


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