CHANGING PLACES LATAM: Eduardo Maruri, Ricardo Carreón, Victoria Parra…
People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it.
Grey Group announced the appointment of Eduardo Maruri as the new president and CEO of the regional network, replacing Alain Groenendaal, who has been appointed president and CEO of Grey EMEA. Maruri has been part of Grey regional network for 23 years.
Sabre appointed Ricardo Carreón to the new role of vice president of Sabre Travel Network in Latin America and Caribbean.Based at the new regional headquarters, Carreón joins Sabre from NCR Corp., where he was general manager of the Caribbean and Latin America. He reports to Jay Jones, Sabre Travel Network senior vice president of the Americas.
Avaya has named Victoria Parra Marketing manager for the Southern Cone, which embraces Argentina, Chile, Peru, Paraguay, Uruguay and Bolivia. In this role, he will lead and integrate the company’s marketing strategy in the region. Parra joined Avaya in 2011.
Ricardo Flammini is the new marketing director of Ford South America. In this new role, he will be responsible for the brand marketing and product planning area.
Midios, the media agency headed by Hector Gonzalez, has recently announced the appointment of Luciana Cerra as its new account director. Cerra has more than a decade of experience as a planner and coordinator in various agencies.
Juan Bonilla has left Y&R Mexico office management to take a new career opportunity in his native Colombia. Bonilla served as CEO of Wunderman and Y&R. Wunderman Mexico's team is working to announce soon Bonilla's successor.
Havas Group announced a new appointment in its media agency Forward. Gabriel Pedrazzini will be general director of Telefonica Argentina account. In this new role, he will coordinate a team of 40 people who will work for the brand.