Changing Places LatAm: Juan Calvo, Leo Orsolini, Jorge Martinez, Blanca de Lera…

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

Juan Calvo and Leo Orsolini - Tribal Worlwide Buenos Aires ::: Jorge Martinez and Blanca de Lera - Mindshare ::: Ogilvy & Mather Colombia - Alvaro Melendez Ortiz ::: Rafael Esteve - Y&R Spain

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Agency Tribal Worldwide Buenos Aires has two new Creative Directors: Juan Calvo and Leo Orsolini, who will work together managing McDonad's, Volkswagen and Heineken accounts.

alvoOn one hand, Calvo comes from Leo Burnett Buenos Aires office , where he served as Creative Director.

 

 

 

2f3d202Orsolini, on the other, was senior editor at Tribal and has been promoted.

 

 

 

descargaJorge Martinez and Blanca de Lera have joined Mindshare. They will serve as business results director and head of digital strategy Invention team, respectively. They will report to Marga Castro, partner of the digital area.

 

0132f43Ogilvy & Mather Colombia has hired Alvaro Melendez Ortiz as its new director of strategic planning. In this new position, its scope includes all of the agency accounts in Cali and Bogota. This means he will work with clients such as The Coca-Cola Company, Claro, Kimberly Clark, Nestle and Kia, among others. During  the past six years, Melendez Ortiz was part of the team of Ogilvy & Mather Costa Rica.

 

imagesRafael Esteve is the new president of Y&R Spain. Among its tasks, he will supervise the LABSTORE in Madrid. Currently,he has begun to make changes to the Madrid’s branch management structure.Since 1990, Esteve serves as chairman of Vinizius / Y & R Barcelona. He is also managing partner of Danone Global Account, covering 56 markets. And, he is a permanent member of the global executive committee of the network.


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