Changing Places LatAm: Lourdes Dávila, Diego Medvedocky, José Arce, Daniel Ferro…

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

Telemundo Puerto Rico- Lourdes Dávila  :::  Diego Medvedocky - Grey Creative Council  ::: José Arce - FCB México ::: Daniel Fierro - Quórum Saatchi & Saatchi Perú ::: Juan Pablo Sánchez and Paloma Lario - TBWA Colombia :::  Cristiano Ruiz - Leo Burnett Tailor Made Brazil :::

descarga (1)Telemundo Puerto Rico / WKAQ has named Lourdes Dávila Vice President of Sales. Dávila will be responsible for developing and implementing all local, national and digital sales strategies in Puerto Rico for WKAQ.Before being named Vice President of Sales for Telemundo Puerto Rico, Dávila worked as Local Sales Manager from 2008 to 2014. She began her career in television advertising in 1987 at WKAQ working in different roles of increasing responsibility.


diego medvedocky-Diego Medvedocky has been appointed agency Grey Vice President in Argentina and Chairman of Grey Creative Council for Latin America.

The Grey Global Creative Council brings together creative leaders of the network in order to exchange ideas, develop strategies that help improve the quality of Grey’s creative products, talent and profile of the agency.


jose arce-José Arce, Executive Creative VP FCB Mexico, will from this month be part of the Global Creative Council of FCB, formed by creative network leaders and led by Jonathan Harries, Chief Creative Officer.

Arce will help raise the creative performance of the agency and will certainly contribute to raise the creative reputation of the network and push the search for innovative ideas to transform the industry.


daniel fierro-Daniel Fierro has joined Quorum Saatchi & Saatchi as Chief Creative Officer.Most recently, Fierro held the same position in Leo Burnett Argentina.

Fierro's arrival coincides with the addition of new clients to the agency’s portfolio: Hiperbodega One, and prominent brand launches as the Lowenbrau beer and Panettone Blanca Flor.


pablo y paloma-TBWA- Colombia has announced the addition of creative directors Juan Pablo Sanchez and Paloma Lario, who come to collaborate with the Chief Creative Officer, Jaime Cueto, and handle Abbott Nissan brands.

Juan Pablo Sánchez has ten years of experience and returns to TBWA after serving as creative director at Havas Worldwide. Paloma Lario joines the agency from Sancho BBDO and Fisher America.


CristianoRuiz-With almost 16 years of experience in the market, Cristiano Ruiz has become Leo Burnett Tailor Made Brazil new COO.Ruiz has been project manager at agencies like Isobar and Razorfish.

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