Felipe Molina is Verizon Oath’s New Digital Strategy Specialist for LatAm

What: Digital content company Oath announced the incorporation of Felipe Molina to their strategic planning team for the LatAm region.
Why it matters: Based out of Oath’s offices in Miami, digital strategy specialist Felipe Molina will analyze Oath’s entire brand portfolio to develop in the Latin American market.

Oath, the leading digital content company, which encloses the AOL brands and Yahoo!, announced the incorporation of the digital strategy specialist, Felipe Molina, to their strategic planning team for the Latin American region. Molina will bring support to Oath’s strategy to accelerate the growth and development of the company’s business platform in the region.

Felipe Molina has more than 10 years of professional experience in the digital media field, having worked for some of the most important companies in the region, like Unilever, MasterCard and Coca-Cola. Previous to joining Oath, Molina acted as director of digital specialization for IPG MediaBrands, integrating the different digital operations of the company, such as Cadreon, Reprise, McCann (UM WW) and Ansible.

Based out of Oath’s offices in Miami, Felipe Molina will analyze Oath’s entire brand portfolio to develop in the Latin American market.

Oath was born through the acquisition of AOL and Yahoo! by Verizon, which bring together more than 50 brands. The company has a goal of reaching two billion users in the world by 2020.


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