Changing Places: Vanina Rudaeff, Joel Denton, Alejandra Pereyra…

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

Vanina Rudaeff - J. Walter Thompson Argentina ::: Joel Denton- A+E Networks ::: Alejandra Pereyra - Iniciative Argentina ::: Jeff Benjamin - JWT North America ::: Fabiana Manfredi y Fabio Saad - McGarryBowen Brasil ::: Denisse Pérez - JWT Pharma México ::: Trini Perazzo - Editorial Televisa Atlántida Argentina ::: Luciano Pérez Mango - 360 ADV Argentina :::

 

vanina-rudaeff-Vanina Rudaeff  is the new president of J. Walter Thompson Argentina. The executive has previously worked as client services director of Ponce. At Ponce, Rudaeff was in charge of the Axe global account. She will report to Stefano Zunino, CEO for Latam of  J.Walter Thompson.

 

Joel Denton-A+E Networks has named Joel Denton as managing director, international content sales & partnerships. The executive will report to Sean Cohan, Executive Vice President International and will be based in London.

 

alejandra-pereyra-Initiative Argentina has appointed Alejandra Pereyra as its new creative director. Eric Jakubavicius is currently in charge of the strategic planning unit, where Pereyra will work.

 

Jeff Benjamin-Jeff Benjamin, chief creative officer of JWT North America, is leaving the company to found a new agency. Benjamin has been working for  JWT since 2012.

 

 

fabiana-manfredi-fabio-saad-McGarryBowen Brazil has hired Fabiana Manfredi and Fabio Saad as media directors. The executives will be in charge of all the media planning and buying (digital & traditional).

 

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Trini Perazzo has been appointed PR director for the women magazines unit of  Editorial Televisa-Atlántida (Para Ti, Para Ti Deco, Para Ti Mamá, Para Teens, Harper’s Bazaar, Vanidades, Cosmopolitan). Perazzo has been working for Televisa since 1977.


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