Changing Places LatAm: Manuel Aguilera, Carlos Bustos, Guido Righetti…

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

 ::: Manuel Aguilera - Hispanopost.com ::: Red Hat, Inc. - Carlos Bustos ::: Guido Righetti  - Carat and Vizeum ::: Starcom  MediaVest Group Argentina - Guillermo Bonmatí  ::: Renata Lena and André França -  WMcCann Brazil  :::

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2d991a7Spanish Journalist Manuel Aguilera, former Director of Spanish-language newspapers El Mundo.es/America, Univisión.com and Diario las Américas, will lead the new editorial project Hispanopost.com: an emerging online platform distributing editorial and multimedia information, based on investigative and citizen journalism that provides relevant, rigorous and quality content, highlighting the main topics Spanish-language audiences around the globe feel concerned about. By his side stand Mark Wieting, Chief Editor of Hispanopost.com and Juan Pablo Herranz, Business Development Director of HispanoPost Media Group, among a large net of worldwide correspondents willing to report " the other side of news."

Carlos Bustos_01Red Hat, Inc., provider of open source solutions, has announced the appointment of Carlos Bustos as Country Manager of Red Hat in Chile. In this role, Burns will be in charge of all operations in Chile and will help to develop Red Hat presence regionally. He will report to Germán Soracco, regional director for South America, Central America and the Caribbean Region. Carlos comes to Red Hat with an extensive experience in the technology industry, after having  worked in companies like Novared, Microsoft and AT&T Latin America.

q9W9p93n_400x400As a result of Dentsu Aegis Network growth in Argentina, Guido Righetti has been appointed Chief Operating Officer of Carat and Vizeum. Guido will lead operations of both agencies, with the aim of maintaining identity and independence of each of them. Prior to this appointment, Guido was Managing Director at Vizeum.

 

 

descarga (1)Following Guillermo Tafets departure last November, Starcom  MediaVest Group Argentina has announced the appointment of Guillermo Bonmatí as CEO of the company. Bonmatí will be based in Buenos Aires, where he will direct operations and report to Monica Gadsby, CEO US Multicultural and LatAm. Bonmatí has been part of SMG since 2008. Most recently, he was director of the Coca-Cola account for Latin America.

descargaRenata Lena and André França are the new media directors at WMcCann Brazil.

Lena will head Nlab, a partnership between WMcCann and FLAGCX, which acts as an integrated media and business intelligence team to boost strategies for the Nestlé brand. With over 15 years of experience, Lena comes from DM9DDB. She will focus on Nestlé.

França will be media director for Latam Airlines and MasterCard accounts. Prior to LOV, he served as VP of digital media. He also served in Nestlé Brazil, where he was responsible for leading the brand communication of the company.


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