Changing Places LatAm: Stella M. Araya-Weil, Helber Diaz, Javier Montanaro, Faustino Riobó…
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::: Sizmek Inc.- Stella M. Araya-Weil ::: Helber Diaz - ALCATEL ONETOUCH ::: Javier Montanaro - Faustino Riobó - Headway Digital ::: Dida Louvise - Fischer ::: Leo Burnett's Arc - Bob Raidt :::
Sizmek Inc.,an open ad management company that delivers multiscreen campaigns worldwide, has announced the appointment of Stella M. Araya-Weil as VP of Global Holdings. Araya-Weil joins Sizmek from Parade Media Group, where she served as SVP of sales, managing national sales teams that deliver US $100+ million in ad revenue.Prior to working at Parade Media Group, Araya-Weil worked at Time, Inc.as associate publisher of Essence Magazine and as director of corporate sales.Araya-Weil will be based out of New York, Sizmek's center of operations, and will report directly to Sizmek CRO Liz Ritzcovan.
Helber Diaz has been appointed as Regional Media Sr. Manager Latin America at ALCATEL ONETOUCH. Diaz previously worked as Media Director at Mediabrands in Miami targeting mostly Latin America. Mediabrands Miami tells Portada that it is currently interviewing different candidates for the position Diaz left open.
Javier Montanaro has been appointed VP of Sales LatAm at Headway Digital, based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Until recently, Montanaro worked as Sales Director Southern Cone in US Media Consulting, developing the markets of Argentina, Uruguay and Chile.
Headway Digital, a Latin America digital media programmatic buying company, has announced the appointment of Faustino Riobó as VP of Trading & Video. Its main role will be to operate Media Buying and Trading equipment within Headway Digital. He will also be responsible for the continued development and growth of online video platform ads.Riobó began his career at Digital Ventures 10 years ago, a company that was later acquired by Fox International Channels (NewsCorp) .Prior to that, he developed leadership roles, purchase and negotiation of media in deals like Facebook, LinkedIn and Zynga in the region among many others.
Dida Louvise has joined Fischer as planning director. The executive comes from Nike, where he was responsible for the brand’s digital actions in Brazil during 2014. Louvise will report to VP Bertrand Cocallemen, who leads the area of strategic planning.
Leo Burnett's Arc has appointed Bob Raidt to the new post of global president. He had been worldwide account director for Burnett's Samsung business.Leo Burnett’s is Arc business focuses on retail and shopper marketing, along with mobile and data. Last year, Leo Burnett said it was expanding Arc's footprint in all major markets, especially overseas, starting with the opening of four additional offices in India, Brazil, Mexico and Colombia.Mr. Raidt will be based in Chicago, where he will work closely with his U.S., regional and global leadership teams "to deliver an aggressive growth plan solidifying Arc as the world's leading activation agency."Mr. Raidt has been with Leo Burnett for nearly 20 years in a global account-management capacity, handling a variety of clients like McDonald's, Procter & Gamble and Coca-Cola, accounts on which he also worked with Arc. He handled the Samsung account since 2013, business that the agency kept after the marketer's massive global review last year.