Changing Places LatAm: Sizmek, Claudio Pérez, Fernando Coronel, André Pedroso…

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

 ::: Claudio Pérez - IMS ::: Fernando Coronel - Dieciséis ::: André Pedroso - Momentum Brazil  ::: Grey Argentina - Grey Shopper - Sean Graham, Mariela Gavira, Matthias Martty and Dario Gonzalez  ::: Sizmek - Liz Ritzcovan, Canaan Schalde-Zink, Andrew Bloom, Ken Saunders  :::

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Sizmek Inc., a global open ad management company that delivers multiscreen campaigns, has announced changes to its organizational structure.The sales organization will be separated and Sizmek will have separate teams focused on two major global regions, one for the Americas and another servicing everything outside the Americas, or Rest of World.  The head of each region will report directly to Neil Nguyen, CEO and President of Sizmek.

descarga (12)Liz Ritzcovan, Chief Revenue Officer, will be leaving the company to pursue other opportunities effective November 30, 2015.

 

 

Canaan Schalde-Zink, currently VP of the Americas, will assume leadership of that group.

 

 

descarga (13)Andrew Bloom, currently Global VP Product Sales will assume the role of interim VP, International Sales while the Company conducts a search to identify a highly experienced executive to fill the position for the Rest of World.

 

 

descarga (14)Ken Saunders will assume responsibility for Administration, HR and Legal as part of the change to further streamline the reporting structure and  achieve cost management goals.

 
3c0addfClaudio Pérez,from Havas Chile, has moved to IMS as Sr. Sales Executive for LinkedIn Chile. Pérez is replacing Alejandro Trujillo, who recently left the position to head over to TAPTAP Networks.

 

 

descarga (1)Fernando Coronel is the new partner and general manager at Dieciséis, an Argentine integral communications agency.Coronel joins the team led by Fernando Fernandez and Esteban Morano. The agency currently has clients such as Grupo Peñaflor, La Nación, Grupo Planeta, Daytona, Rayovac, Trilenium Casino, YPF, Foundación Ineco, Laboratorios Bagó, Tapamanía, Valvoline and Fundación Par.

 

andrepedroso300André Pedroso is McCann‘s Momentum Brazil new creative director. Pedroso comes from  DM9DDB, where he had the same position. In his new role, he will report to Maria Laura Nicotero, president of the agency in Brazil.

 

 

CUv5Tm_UsAEqzdxGrey Argentina has introduced Grey Shopper, its’  new Shopper Marketing unit, which will be integrated by Sean Graham (Business Director), Mariela Gavira (Strategy & Operations Manager), Matthias Martty and Dario Gonzalez (Creative Directors).


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