CHANGING PLACES LATAM: David Hanono, Ariel Bérgamo, Raquel Messias…

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descargaBBC Worldwide has appointed David Hanono Digital Sales General Manager for LatAm and the Hispanic US Market, effective July 21st.David will oversee all BBC Worldwide sales content for Latin America & US Hispanic, including Digital, TV and formats, while continuing to lead advertising regionally. Hanono has extensive experience in the digital TV industry and technological sector, having worked in global media organizations for 20 years. He previously served as Vice President of Digital Business Development and Advertising Sales for BBCW Latin America & U.S. Hispanic.

 

descarga (3)MediaCom Argentina announced the appointment of Ariel Bérgamo as CEO, replacing Rodrigo Vieites, who is leaving the company.Previously, Bérgamo worked for agencies such as J. Walter Thompson, Mindshare and Maxus.He will report directly to Fernando Silva, MediaCom CEO LatAm.

 

 

 

descarga (4)COO Carlos Cianfoni will take over as chief trading officer, leading all trading operations in the Company.

 

 

 

 

 

Carmel_2009_-_2_400x400Raquel Messias is the new Strategy General Director at Grey Brasil.She will be in charge of conducting communication strategies for the agency. Messias has worked for various agencies like Y&R, BBH, New Energy.

 

 

 

 

descarga (2)Camila Collesi is the new planning director of Etco Ogilvy Brasil. She joins the agency to handle the Magazine Luiza account. She will report directly to Daniela Paris, director of operations. Collesi has worked for agencies Africa, W / Brasil, M & C Saatchi, and more recently for Havas and PA Publicidade.


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