CHANGING PLACES LATAM: Alexandre Hohagen, Eduardo Hauser, Barbara Miller…
::: Alexandre Hohagen, Pedro Cabral - Nobox ::: Scripps Networks Interactive - Eduardo Hauser ::: Barbara Miller - FLUVIP ::: Facebook - Alejandro Zuzenberg, Carla Lanzillotta ::: Alejandro Fishman - Yahoo! ::: Pablo Armagni - Telefónica Group ::: McCann Buenos Aires - Rafael Quijano, Darío González, Enrique Gray, Soledad López, Luisa Goldaracena, Constanza Brigante ::: General Electric Latin America - Rafael Santana ::: Laura Zubeldia - Microsoft :::
Alexandre Hohagen, former CEO of Google and Facebook in Latin America and US Hispanics, is joining Nobox, a full-service marketing agency to continue developing its strong Latin America business, as CEO and Partner. Hohagen will bring his experience with advertising and technology in these markets with the goal to further enhance the agency's relevancy and footprint for its marquee clients including Netflix, PlayStation, Hotel Tonight, Marriott, Copa Airlines, Royal Caribbean and Volkswagen.Read more.
In addition to Hohagen, Pedro Cabral, founder and former CEO of Agencia Click in Brazil and former Chairman of Isobar Global, will become the new Chairman and Investing Partner.
Scripps Networks Interactive has announced the appointment of media and technology veteran Eduardo Hauser to the position of Managing Director, Latin America and the Caribbean. Hauser joins the company on March 7 and will be based in Miami.Read more.
Barbara Miller has accepted a new position as VP, Sales and Marketing at FLUVIP, a programmatic platform for Influencer Marketing in the U.S. Hispanic and Latin American markets. Previously Miller worked at Latina.
Alejandro Fishman, former country manager of Yahoo! Argentina, told Portada editorial team "after more than 20 years working as an employee for big companies, this is a unique moment I wish to truly enjoy as it won’t probably happen again. It is important for me to take the time necessary to figure out what I really want do and where do I want to go, so I can choose what it is best for me, personally and professionally."
Pablo Armagni will head the Communications and Images Board of Telefónica Group, reporting to Alejandro Lastra, director of Communication and Institutional Relations. In this new role, Armagni will define Internal and External Communications policies, Brand Management, Advertising, Sponsorships and Media of all companies within Telefónica Group in Argentina.
Rafael Quijano and Darío González have joined McCann Buenos Aires as creative directors.They will report directly to president and DGC, Juan Manuel "Chavo" D'Emilio, according to Adlatina. They will handle the accounts portfolio that includes brands such as Nestlé, MasterCard, Beauty Team L’Oréal París and Zurich Seguros, among others.
Enrique Gray joins the finances area as the agency new CFO.
In addition, Soledad López, Luisa Goldaracena and Constanza Brigante have been appointed Account directors. Lopez will handle MasterCard, Nestlé, and Zurich Seguros; Brigante L'Oreal Paris Beauty Team; and Goldaracena will take over a new client.
General Electric Latin America has chosen Rafael Santana, an executive with over fifteen years of experience in the company, to consolidate its position in LatAm. Santana comes from heading Turbomachinery Solutions, part of GE Oil & Gas. The executive will be based in San Pablo, Brazil. Prior to joining GE, Santana held leadership positions in ExxonMobil and British American Tobacco.
Laura Zubeldia is Microsoft new Marketing Director for Argentina and Uruguay.The executive has over 22 years of experience in the area and has been in Microsoft for 9 years. Zubeldia will be in charge of implementing strategic coordination and marketing plans in different segments of the LatAm market.