CHANGING PLACES LATAM: Diana Backlund, Jose Maria “Chema” Odriozola, Henry Tajer…

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Diana Backlund is the new Director International Sales at CQ Roll Call, part of the Economist group. Backlund leads the new international communications and advertising sales division for this leadership focused media company.





UPS has named Jose Maria "Chema" Odriozola Latin America operations president. In this position, Odriozola will be responsible for all UPS business units and operations in the region.





Henry Tajer will no longer be Global CEO of IPG's Mediabrands after two years. He has been with Mediabrands for over 10 years.Tajer will not be replaced, but instead IPG Mediabrands chairman Philippe Krakowsky will now also handle that role.




La Asociación de Marketing Directo e Interactivo de Argentina (the Direct and Interactive Marketing Association Argentina) has chosen new authorities for 2017.





Martin Jones will continue as president until 2018.





Román Hughes, senior manager of corporate marketing retention at Mercado Libre, joins the board of directors.





Álvaro Pacheco has been recently appointed Grey's chief profit officer for Latin America. The Brazilian executive has been part of the Newcomm Group - made up of agencies Grey, Wunderman, Y&R, Ação, VML and Red Fuse- for eight years, serving as CFO until now.



Celeste Martorana @celesmartorana

Celeste joined Portada’s team in 2013. Since then, she has been working as an editor for Portada’s English-language website and compiling information for Portada’s Databases. She currently leaves in Buenos Aires, Argentina.


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