Changing Places LatAm: Miguel Chala, Tom Theys, Francisco Facal, Tadeo Garcia Binda….

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

::: Tom Theys - FCB ::: Miguel Angel Chala- Forbes  ::: Francisco Facal - Wunderman Argentina ::: Tadeo García Binda - The Strategic Co. México ::: Rodrigo Remón - Dentsu Aegis Network :::

2c2624b (1)Miguel Chala has left Latin Trade Group.

 

 

 

TOM THEYS picTom Theys has joined FCB as Executive Vice President of Global Strategy to be efefctive in November,He will report directly to Nigel Jones, Director of Global Strategy. Theys will help the network's key clients to develop business solutions that can generate behavioral changes. Theys joins FCB from Publicis Brussels, where he was Director of Strategy and Managing Partner and worked with key clients such as BNP Paribas Fortis, Nescafé, Renault, Carrefour and P & G.

 

francisco-facal-Wunderman Argentina has announced the appointment of Francisco Facal as Director of Development and Technology, after serving for three years as Technology Manager for Ford / Lincoln US account.Facal will direct Wunderman growth in the digital market along with the Planning and Creative area. Prior to joining this firm, Facal worked on several projects of Grupo Clarin and other businesses of his own.

strategist-The Strategist Co., a company specialized in digital marketing campaigns planification and execution, will start operating in Mexico under founding partner Tadeo Garcia Binda’s leadership.The company, which has five years working in the Latin American market, have all its’ staff members certified by Google, which earned the agency its’recognition and accreditation both by Google Adwords and Google Analytics.

remon-Rodrigo Remón has joined Dentsu Network Aegis Group as digital creative director for Argentina, as he has anextensive experience in the digital market. He has worked for brands like Nokia, Coca Cola, Heineken, Cadbury, Lucky Strike, Unilever, P & G, Sony, Peugeot and Disney among others. He also worked on digital departments of various advertising agencies such as Grey / G2 Argentina, Young & Rubicam and Wunderman. He created his own digital agency Polite Buenos Aires.


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