Changing Places LatAm: Klaudia Bermudez, Mauricio Sabogal, Sol Blanco…

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

 Klaudia Bermudez- NBCUniversal ::: Mauricio Sabogal-Kinetic ::: Sol Blanco - Niña:::

kbKlaudia Bermudez has been appointed senior VP and general manager, Latin America, for NBCUniversal’s Universal Networks International division. She will be in charge of managing all day-to-day activity of UNI’s channel business across Latin America, including Universal Channel, Syfy and Studio Universal. She will be based out of Miami.

sabogal_mauricio570-13Mauricio Sabogal is joining Kinetic as the new Global CEO,to be effective the 2nd week of July .He will be based in New York.He was previously Global CEO of BPN. Prior to this role, Mauricio was President, World Markets at IPG Mediabrands; CEO of OMD Latin America and CEO of MindShare Andina.

Sol BlancoSol Blanco joins the Argentinian agency Niña. Blanco has previously worked in Y&R Argentina. The agency creative department is leaded by Pablo Alvarez Travieso.

 

 


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