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Nokia has appointed Osvaldo Di Campli as its new Latin America VP. Prior to this appointment, Di Campli was Director of Global Sales for the Public and Enterprise Sectors. In this new position, Di Campli will be responsible for Nokia operations in Latin America.
Carlos Guyot left his position as editorial secretary of Argentinian newspaper La Nación to launch his own project, Next Idea Lab. Guyot had been in La Nación for 21 years.
Sony Electronics has appointed Armando Mola as the new President for Sony Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay. Prior to this apointment, he was responsible for the development and implementation of marketing strategies for the Video and Sound categories.
Publicis One Argentina added a new branch with the aim of expanding the range of communication solutions for its customers. As part of this process, Fernando Bellotti, CEO of Publicis One Argentina, announced the launch of Arc, an agency specializing in creating meaningful and connected experiences for brands. The new unit will be led by Berty Giménez y Brotons.
Telecom Argentina former director of communications and media Mariano Cornejo has launched MC Group, a firm that will offer integrated solutions for brands. The new unit includes Be Singular, an advertising agency with more than seven years of experience in the market; Be Media, a media agency, and content producer M3.
Luiza Di Bella is FCB Brasil’s new project manager. In this new position, she will be responsible for Whirpool, Brastemp and Consul accounts. The executive worked at WMcCann as a project supervisor.