Publicis One Names Jorge Rocha New Head of Performics LatAm

Jorge Rocha has been appointed Head of Performics LatAm at Publicis One.

After almost 6 years of joining Publicis Groupe first in Mexico and then in the Latam Headquarters, Jorge has been assigned to be the “Performance Practice Lead” for Latam under the Performics agency. "Expansion plans are taking place as we speak, specifically on those Publicis One markets where we don’t have a Performics office yet," Rocha notes.

Rocha has held the position of Digital Director Miami/Mobile Lead LatAm at Publicis One for the last 3 years. Prior to Publicis One, was Digital Director-Coca Cola at Starcom Mediavest Group for almost 3 years.

 

 

 


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