Changing Places LatAm: Cristian Ojeda, Gustavo Maggi, Fernando Lopez Forero…

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

 ::: NCR Corporation - Cristian Ojeda ::: Gustavo Maggi - Latamkey ::: Fernando Lopez Forero - Westcon Group Mexico   ::: Fanny Garcia - MEC Mexico ::: Ana Stramucci  and Victoria Wolcoff - Carat Argentina :::

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AAEAAQAAAAAAAAcUAAAAJDQxMGM4NDg4LTA2N2UtNDk4Ni05Yzg2LTNiMWQxNDhlNGNjZQNCR Corporation has appointed Cristian Ojeda CEO of NCR Chile, in addition to his role as General Manager. Ojeda has over 25 years of experience in the technology field. He previously served in management positions in the Customer Services area for Oracle, Hewlett Packard and IBM and he was manager of consultancy and professional services for Compaq Computer.

 

gmaggiGustavo Maggi joins Latamkey as general manager for the Southern Cone. Maggi has previously handled key positions in industry leading companies such as Cisco, Microsoft, Symantec and Novell.

 

 

 

Fernando_Lopez-Westcon-351x185Fernando Lopez Forero is the new CEO of Westcon Group Mexico.He will be in charge of expanding the business  to various regions of the country, most notably the north, as the ability to do business in Mexico (and not only in certain regions) , will be part of Westcon Group's strategy for the coming year.

 

DavzwNqj_400x400Fanny Garcia is the new managing director at MEC Mexico and director of transformation for Latin Latina.García will manage and lead the digital and data change of the company regionally.

 

 

 

56447574967dd__838x390Ana Stramucci  and Victoria Wolcoff have joined Carat Argentina. Stramucci joins as strategic planning director and Wolcoff as research coordinator. They will both complement the creative work for brands and report to Marcelo Delbarba, CEO of the subsidiary.

Stramucci comes from Mindshare, where she worked for four years handling various accounts categories as Kimberly Clark, HSBC, Nestlé, LatAm and Telefonica, among others.

Wolcoff has experience in agencies like Midios and OMD Argentina, where she handled accounts like Bridgestone, Johnson & Johnson and Volkswagen.


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