Changing Places LatAm: Carla Albertengo, Rebeca Calvo Cilla, Veronica Bianchini …

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

::: Carla Albertengo - Talkability ::: Rebeca Calvo Cilla - AMNET ::: BB Business Bureau - Veronica Bianchini - Leonardo Sampieri - Juliana Jalil :::

imagesCarla Albertengo is the new accounts CEO of PR agency Talkability in Argentina. Talkability is currently working for clients such as Havaianas, Bodega La Rioja, Agea, Leo Burnett, Mediacom Latin America, InStore Media, Raya Productions, FIAP, among others.

 

Rerebeca-calvo-cillabeca Calvo Cilla has been appointed RTB Optimization Specialist at AMNET - The Aegis Trading Desk in Madrid, Spain. Cilla has more than 8 years’ experience in digital marketing.

 

13126_468BB Business Bureau has announced the addition of new professionals to its team: Veronica Bianchini (right) will be responsible for statistical analysis and building projections. She previously worked for Walt Disney Co. as research coordinator.Leonardo Sampieri and Juliana Jalil (left)are also joining the research team.Jalil will be responsible for Egeda, Chello Latin America, and Argentores DAC accounts.


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