Changing Places LatAm: Renato de Paula – MEC, Alberto Fariñas, Fanuele…

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

Renato de Paula - MEC ::: Michael Fanuele - General Mills :::  Alberto Fariñas - Animal Musica ::: Silvina Kassardjian - BBDO Argentina :::

RenatoDePaulaMEC has named Renato de Paula new Regional CEO for Latin America.Renato replaces Michael Jones, who is leaving MEC after 19 years. He will be based in Miami and start in October.

 

 
Michael Fanuele-Michael Fanuele, former director of Fallon Minneapolis, is the new Chief Creative Officer of General Mills. 

 

 

alberto fariñas-Alberto Fariñas will work with the musical producer company Animal Music based in Miami. Fariñas has worked for  McDonalds, Johnnie Walker, Rosetta Stone and Cricket Wireless, producing its music content.

 

silvina kassardjian-Silvina Kassardjian joins the creative team of BBDO Argentina. The executive has worked with clients like Nike and Coca Cola.


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