Changing Places LatAm:Leo Burnett Tailor Made Brazil, Miquel Daura, Susan Credle…

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

::: Leo Burnett Tailor Made Brazil - Cirilo Dias, Joana Dambros , Henrique Zirpoli and Ivan Loos ::: Miquel Daura - Arrechedera Claverol ::: Susan Credle - FCB ::: Ian Pons Jewell - The Lift team. ::: Leo Burnett Madrid -  Tania Cavada ::: Discovery Networks Latin America/U.S. Hispanic (DLA/USH) - Allan Navarrete ::: BBC Worldwide -  Anna Gordon ::: McDonald’s - Silvia Lagnado :::

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descargavvvvLeo Burnett Tailor Made Brazil has expanded its digital team with new hirings: Cirilo Dias, Joana Dambros , Henrique Zirpoli and Ivan Loos. The purpose behind these new additions is to strengthen dialogue between offline and online enviroments.Cirilo Dias will be the new social networks department manager. Joana Dambros will be manager of planning the strategic Planning area. Henrique Zirpoli and Ivan Loos will join the creative department.
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Miquel Daura is the new CEO of the Mexican independent agency Arrechedera Claverol .Daura will replace Matthias Rigali. Rigali will focus on developing other businesses of the Arrechedera Claverol group.

 

 

imagesSusan Credle is the new global CCO of FCB.Following her appointment,she will move from Chicago to New York and take up his new role in January 2016.The executive will replace Jonathan Harries.

 

 

descarga (1)Ian Pons Jewell has joined the the Mexican producer The Lift team.With asurreal style, the film producer was recognized at festivals like Bug Music Video Show,MOBO and UK Video Awards.

 

 

 

 

descarga (2)Leo Burnett Madrid has hired Tania Cavada as head of digital. She will work together with Iñaki Marti, digital creative director, and report to Chiqui Bua, president and ceo of the Madrid subsidiary.

 

 

 

descarga-11Discovery Networks Latin America/U.S. Hispanic (DLA/USH), a division of Discovery Communications, has announced the appointment of Allan Navarrete as General Manager to be effective immediately.He will be based in Mexico City and Miami respectively.Navarrete assumes this new role adding to his current responsibilities as Executive Vice President (EVP) and General Manager of Mexico, Andean Region and Central America, for Discovery Networks Latin America. He will report directly to Enrique R. Martínez, President and Managing Director of Discovery Networks Latin America/U.S. Hispanic and Canada.As GM for Discovery U.S. Hispanic, Navarrete is responsible for leading the business expansion within the company’s portfolio of Spanish-language networks in the U.S. which include Discovery en Español and Discovery Familia. Navarrete started his career at Discovery in 1995.

descarga (3)BBC Worldwide has appointed Anna Gordon as EVP for LATAM and the US Hispanic market.She will be based at the company’s regional headquarters in Miami and report to Paul Dempsey, president for global markets. Gordon will oversee all of BBC Worldwide’s businesses in Latin America, being accountable for profit and loss statements and strategic decisions in 19 territories, and having responsibility for delivering new brands, products and service initiatives, as well as continuing to drive future revenue growth.She will replace Fred Medina.

descarga (4)McDonald’s has appointed former Bacardi and Unilever executive Silvia Lagnado as its global chief marketing officer.Lagnado will be responsible for the fast-food chain’s global marketing, brand management, menu and consumer insights.She was most recently the chief marketing officer of Bacardi Limited and has also held numerous senior roles at Unilever. Lagnado will become the company’s first global CMO since Mary Dillon left in 2010.


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