Changing Places LatAm: Paul Meyer, Rodrigo Luque, BBC, Alex Reid…
People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it.
::: Paul Meyer- Simpleshow ::: Rodrigo Luque - Don ::: BBC - Miami ::: Tacho Orero - Maxus ::: Alejandro Reid - IAB Chile ::: Alexei Orlov - RAPP ::: Abel Reis - Dentsu Aegis Network Brasil and Isobar América Latina ::: Verónica Cano - Wunderman Argentina :::
Paul Meyer has been appointed Head of Sales North & South America for Simpleshow at its Miami headquarters. Simpleshow offers customized and interactive explanation videos for marketing, training, education and sales. Among his responsabilities, he will contribute to help customers explain their product or idea through the production of concise explainer videos. simpleshow clients include Microsoft, American Express, BMW, J&J, McDonalds, among others. Meyer was previously Vice President of Digital Strategy at Forward Equity Partners. Before working at Forward Equity Partners he was employed Televisa Publishing as Director of Digital Media Operations USA & International Markets. Before that he occupied a senior position at Publicitas Latin America.
Rodrigo Luque, an accounts area professional with over 20 years experience, has joined Don as CEO, as said by Papon Ricciarelli, founder and CEO of the agency.Luque worked at Graffitti DMB & B, JWT, FCB, Agulla & Baccetti, Lowe and Ogilvy & Mather, always on the accounts sector. Now, his challenge is to lead strategic projects for current and future brands of Don Argentina.
After decades of business in Latin America and the U.S. Hispanic market, BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm and subsidiary of the BBC, has opened its offices in Miami, where from now on the company will manage all operations for the region.To strengthen its presence in two of the most dynamic markets in the television industry, BBC Worldwide has a team of over 50 professionals in the media industry in Miami , who are related to various business areas, including: channels distribution, content sales and TV formats, digital developments and consumer product licensing.
Orero Tacho, former country manager at Hi-Media, has joined Maxus as head of digital.He will report directly to Carmen Novo, CEO of the company.
McGarryBowen, an US agency acquired by Aegis Dentsu , has confirmed his arrival in Brazil. The new office will be based in Sao Paulo and will integrate global creative hubs currently operating in New York, Chicago, London, Dusseldorf and Shanghai. The brazilian headquarters will be directed by Carlos Domingos, founder, chairman and chief creative officer of Age Isobar.
IAB Chile has named Alexander Reid as its new president. Reid is an audiovisual communicator graduated from UNIACC. He has a Master of Science in Digital TV from engineering school at the University of Brighton, England, and an MBA from Brighton Business School.
Agency RAPP, part of the Omnicom Group, has announced the appointment of Alexei Orlov as its´CEO to be effective in July. He will report directly to Dale A. Adams, president and CEO of the Group companies. Orlov Rapp comes from Volkswagen where he was CMO for China & ASEAN region. Prior to this, he was Senior Partner at The Partnership.
Abel Reis has been appointed CEO of Dentsu Aegis Network Brazil and Isobar Latin America. Leading Isobar Latin America, Reis will be responsible for the growth in the region and the establishment of Brazil as a hub of innovation and creativity within the global Isobar network. Dentsu Aegis Network brings together businesses Age Isobar, Isobar AgênciaClick, LOV, Amnet, Copernicus, Dentsu Brazil, iProspect and NBS.
Veronica Cano has joined Wunderman Argentina to direct the shopper marketing area. Amongher new responsibilities, Cano will focus on customer care for current customers the agency has such as : Coca Cola, Movistar and Mabe, among others. In addition, she will be responsible for the diagnosis, development and implementation of strategic programs in order to generate new business for both existing customers and potential new ones.