Grimaldi Leaves Publicitas, Eills New MD Americas

img_0379-copy-326x405After almost two years as Managing Director Americas of Publicitas based in Miami, Lucio Grimaldi is no longer part  of the company. Grimaldi  left the company to join CASA COR in Miami as its' new CMO.

aaeaaqaaaaaaaajaaaaajddmotgxnmqzlthkmzctndqwoc05odljltc4ngrhodu5otrhmwReplacing Grimaldi is Oliver Eills, (photo right)  the new Managing Director, Publicitas Americas (North America, LatAm, Canada.) Prior to this position, Eills was Publicitas' Regional Director for the Middle East.
Two and a half years ago Swiss Media and Advertising company PubliGroupe SA sold Publicitas to German investment firm Aurelius AG.


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