CHANGING PLACES: Omar Quiñones, Gustavo Bondoni, Harry Patz Jr…
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Anomaly has announced that Omar Quiñones has joined the agency as Group Strategy Director. Quiñones will be partnering with Managing Director, Giovanni Villamar and Creative Director, Mauricio Galvan, as they integrate Total Market solutions across all of Anomaly’s clients. Having spent much of his career focused on the growing demographic and cultural shifts in America, Quiñones brings a unique hybrid perspective developed across Global, U.S., and U.S. Hispanic Marketing experience. Hailing from CP+B in Miami, where he led the Strategy Department on all the agency’s accounts, Quiñones most notably lead global work for American Airlines and Infiniti in Latin America.
Gustavo Bondoni has been promoted to the position of VP of Marketing at Pulpo Media.
Rubicon Project has announced the addition to its senior leadership team of Harry Patz, Jr. as Chief Revenue Officer and Rob Deichert, Jr. as Head of Global Revenue Operations. The new executives will lead Rubicon Project’s newly formed global revenue organization, charged with scaling and supporting the company’s continued rapid growth around the world.
As the company’s global Chief Revenue Officer, Patz will lead the newly reorganized global revenue team including sales execution and strategy, sales team organizational design, sales enablement and training, as well as client and account services, for both the existing Buyer and Seller Sales and Account teams globally.Harry joins Rubicon Project with over 20+ years of experience at Microsoft where he rose to the prestigious position of “Partner”, leading a team in excess of 300 sales.
As Head of Global Revenue Operations, Mr. Deichert will be responsible for managing revenue and sales ad operations across the global organization as well as optimizing company wide processes. Rob comes to Rubicon Project with more than 15 years of relevant operational experience in the digital advertising space, most recently serving as Managing Director of North American Operations at Criteo Corporation.
Kathy Ring has been promoted to Starcom U.S. CEO. She was most recently chief operating officer and president of the agency's Los Angeles office. She will succeed Lisa Donahue who was previously promoted to global president.
Sean Reardon has been promoted to CEO of Zenith U.S., which like Starcom is a media agency under the Publicis umbrella. Reardon will continue in his role as president of Zenith digital group Moxie. He will succeed Lou Rossi who has been named chief investment officer for Publicis Media network.
Jason Whiting has been also hired as CEO of Publicis digital agency MRY. He was previously global managing director at IPG-owned digital agency Huge and succeeds Matt Britton who was named chairman of MRY.
Nancy Reyes has been appointed managing director of TBWA/Chiat/Day New York. She will succeed Rob Schwartz who has been promoted to CEO earlier this year. Reyes was most recently VP of marketing creative at Verizon and prior to that she was with Goodby Silverstein + Partners in San Francisco and New York. She has also held positions at Ogilvy and DMB&B.
Anthony Bianco has been named executive VP, general manager at Republica.He will be based in Miami. He was most recently managing director at Naked Communications and prior to that, he was a partner and managing director at Berlin Cameron.
Amy Marks has been appointed Bloomberg Media’s global head of advertising sales marketing.She was previously head of client solutions.Marks will lead marketing ideas and campaigns across all platforms around the world, including digital, TV, radio, print and live events.Marks joined Bloomberg last year.Prior to joining Bloomberg, she was executive director of integrated marketing for People. Marks worked at Time Inc. for 15 years.
Argentine creative Pablo Del Campo, Saatchi & Saatchi's worldwide creative director since early 2014, is leaving the agency this week, according to Adage. Pablo was part of the agency for 20 years. Due to his agreement with Saatchi, he won't be doing anything else right away. "What I know is I need to stop. Today it's impossible for me to know what's next," he said.