Changing Places LatAm: Martín Goldberg, Gustavo Marioni, Helen Jurado…

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

Martín "Nino" Goldberg - Young & Rubicam :::  Gustavo Marioni - Shackleton Chile ::: Helen Jurado - Cisneros Media Distribution ::: Priscyla Alves Laham - Microsoft :::

Martin-Goldberg-Martin "Nino" Goldberg has been appointed as regional creative director of Young & Rubicam to lead creativity of various brands and to work on both regional and global projects for different clients. Goldberg has worked with brands on a local, regional and global level including Coca-Cola, Telefonica, Quilmes, Arcor, Unilever, the International Olympic Committee, Jumbo, Farmacity, Olx, TyC Sports, Visa, Banco Galicia, Sony Tulip and malls Alto Palermo, Abasto and Alto Avellaneda, among others. Prior to joining Y& R, he was creative director at La Negra, and worked in agencies such as McCann-Erickson, TBWA Savaglio and Agulla & Baccetti.

Gustavo-Marioni-Shackleton Chile has announced the addition of Gustavo Marioni as partner and executive creative director. Marioni, who previously served as executive creative director at Lowe / SSP3 in Bogota, will lead the creative team along with Felipe Rios and Juan Carlos Lemus Yrarrázabal, president and general manager respectively.Marioni has worked in agencies like El Laboratorio Springer & Jacobi, Spain TAPSA FCB, McCann Madrid, Indian Films and LOLA. He has worked for brands such as Coca-Cola, Iberia, TVE, Caja Madrid, Mahou Beer, Movistar, ONCE, Nestea, Fanta, Buckler, Knorr, Magnum (Global), Cerveza Aguila Colsubsidio and Alpina, among others.

Helen-Jurado-Cisneros Media Distribution (CMD) has announced the hiring of Helen Jurado to strengthen its position in the Latin American market. As Senior Director of Sales and New Business Development, Jurado will report directly to Cesar Diaz, Vice President of the company, and will be responsible for maximizing the profitability of Cisneros Media catalog in Latin America, analyze and identify growth opportunities and explore new business opportunities in the región.

priscyla- Priscyla Alves Laham has been appointed new Director of Microsoft Consumer Channels Segment for Argentina and Uruguay. In her new role, she will be responsible of partnerships strategy and implementation and distribution models targeted at the home consumer segment. A native of Brazil, Alves Laham has over 18 years’ experience in the area of Business and Marketing, specializing in the IT industry.


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