Changing Places LatAm: G. Leite, M. Kuperman, P. Garza…

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

José Mollá - Riney San Francisco ::: Marcia Kuperman - Grey Brasil ::: Polo Garza - JWT Mexico ::: Paulo Fogaca - David Miami ::: Eva Santos - Proximity Spain ::: Gustavo Leite - JWT Brazil ::: Francisco Di Paola - Di Paola Chile ::: Cecilia Canaro - Freixenet Group  ::: Paula Jacomo - SAP LatAm :::  Victoria Wolcoff - Midios Argentina ::: María Luz Penín Rodríguez - Starcom :::

José Mollá -The One Club has appointed José Mollá, co-founder and creative director of La Comunidad - part of SapientNitro-, as its new chairman. He will replace Kevin Roddy, president and general director of  Riney San Francisco, USA.

 

Polo Garza -Polo Garza has been named chairman of JWT Mexico to replace José Luis Betancourt who is leaving the agency to join an independent Mexican entrepreneur group. Garza maintains its position as WPP´s chairman. Garza will lead JWT Mexico until the agency finds a new chairman to replace Betancourt.

 

Marcia Kuperman -Grey Brazil has appointed Marcia Kuperman as new operations director. She will be in charge of all the production areas like digital projects, RTB, print media, art buyer studio, among others.

 

David -David has announced the opening of a new office in Miami. David is part of Ogilvy and is leaded by Gastón Bigio, Anselmo Ramos and Fernando Musa. Paulo Fogaca will manage David Miami as managing director and head of account services. Fogaca has previously worked in Ogilvy & Mather New York. Nazia Du Bois has been appointed head of strategy and Veronica Beach head of production.

Eva Santos - Proximity -Proximity Spain has promoted Eva Santos to general creative director of the agency in the country.

 

 

Gustavo Leite -Gustavo Leite, has been promoted to planning strategy director at  JWT Brazil. He will report to Fernand Alphen, head of strategy.

Leite has worked with clients like Telefónica, Ford, Petrobras, Caixa Econômica, Parmalat and Melitta. In Brazil, the executive has worked with Vivo, Walmart and Kroton, among others.

Cecilia Canaro -Cecilia Canaro has been appointed general director of Freixenet Group for South America. Canaro has previously worked for the group in Spain as regional sales manager.

 

 

Di Paola -Francisco di Paola, CEO of the agency Di Paola in Argentina, will lead the Chilean agency. Also, María de los Ángeles Besnier has been appointed account director for the country and Eduardo Araya, creative general director.

 

Paula Jacomo -SAP has appointed Paula Jacomo as new human resources VP for Latin America.

 

 

V. Wolcoff -Victoria Wolcoff has been named research director at Midios Argentina.

 

 

María Luz Penín -María Luz Penín Rodríguez joins Starcom Argentina as research director.

 


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