Changing Places LatAm: Jesús Cedeño, Greta Patterson, Guy Hayward, Lotta Malm Hallqvist, Ariel Soto, Eduardo Pooley …
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::: Jesús Cedeño-Greta Patterson-Wikot Corporation ::: KBS - Guy Hayward ::: Lotta Malm Hallqvist - Cheil Worldwide ::: BBDO Mexico - Ariel Soto ::: Eduardo Pooley - Havas Worldwide ::: Alain Groenendaal - Grey Latin America :::
KBS has named Guy Hayward from Havas-owned BETC Worldwide to be its first global CEO to drive growth for the agency's international network.The agency has offices in New York, London, Los Angeles, Montreal, Toronto and Shanghai, but so far has only one global client -- technology brand TE Connectivity -- which it won in September.Current KBS clients with a global footprint include American Express, AOL, BMW, Elizabeth Arden, and Puma.At BETC Worldwide, Mr. Hayward was global business development director, responsible for building the network and overseeing global clients including Mondelez, Bacardi, and Diet Coke in Europe.Mr. Hayward joined the Paris-based network in 2011 from JWT London, where he was CEO. Before moving to JWT in 2009, Mr. Hayward co-founded 180 Amsterdamin 1998 with two colleagues from his previous agency,Wieden & Kennedy Amsterdam.Mr. Hayward will relocate from Paris to New York for the new job.
Lotta Malm Hallqvist has been named Cheil Worldwide's first global chief growth officer to boost global growth and business development. Based in London, she will lead Cheil's international growth and new business drive. Previously, she was executive vice president and global chief growth officer at McCann Worldgroup.
BBDO Mexico has announced Creative Director Ariel Soto’s promotion to Vice President and Director of creative services for the agency, replacing Luis Ribo, who after five years, left BBDO Mexico last December to join Flock. Soto began his career Saatichi & Saatchi Mexican office. He has been part of BBDO’s creative team for almost 6 years, where he serves as Creative Director of the group.
Eduardo Pooley will be Havas Worldwide Digital Latin America new CEO since January. He was also named President of Advertising operations in Chile and will be based in the city of Santiago. In this new role, he will report directly to Ricardo Monteiro, Global President and CEO of Havas Worldwide Iberia and Latin America. Pooley will take over the company’s digital business direction and also handle advertising operations in Chile. Sergio Pineda, CEO of Havas Worldwide Santiago, remains in its current position and will report to Pooley. Pooley has worked in several companies such as Google, Diario Financiero and Microsoft, among others. His arrival responds to Havas Worldwide plan to continue growing globally.
Alain Groenendaal, President and CEO of Grey Latin America, has announced the addition of Hernán Zamora as Digital Vice President of the region. Based in Buenos Aires, Zamora will be responsible for boosting Grey digital business throughout the region, accelerating and inspiring digital culture in agencies and identifying development opportunities of its capacities. Zamora is a well-known professional both in Argentina and Latin America, with a comprehensive outlook of communication and marketing. He is the former Director of Innovation at BBDO Argentina. Additionally, he has been Head of Advertising at Movistar and Digital and Innovation leader of renowned agencies like Ponce and DDB Mexico, leading teams and campaigns for top brands like Movistar, Axe, Visa, Coca Cola, Audi, Pepsico, Stella Artois and Universal Music, among others. Zamora has already joined the team of Grey Latin America.