CHANGING PLACES: Chris Brandt, Krystyna Hall, Eduardo Kachscovsky…

People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it.

(Looking for your next Career move? Check out Portada's Career Board!)

Chipotle Mexican Grill has announced that it has hired Chris Brandt as chief marketing officer, effective April 2. Brandt will report to chief executive officer Brian Niccol.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Krystyna Hall steps into the role of Telemundo VP of Corporate Communications. Based in New York, Hall will partner with the NBCUniversal Corporate Communications team and enhance the company’s presence in the New York media market.

 

 

 

 

Eduardo Kachscovsky, who retired as Univision Television Group VP of Production in January after 37 years with the company, has been named Director of Studio and Production Operations at U.S. government international broadcast agency Voice of America. He’ll head a staff of 200 production personnel involved in the production of radio, television, and web content in 46 languages.

 

 

 

 

ViralGains has announced the appointment of Mark Connon to its board of directors. He'll be a key voice in the firm's next step in its mission to better predict and drive business outcomes through video advertising using deep consumer insights.

 

 

 

 

Abigail Comber, global head of Brands and marketing for British Airways is leaving the airline after a career that spans 26 years. A spokeswoman confirmed the departure of Comber and named her replacement as newly-appointed head of brands and marketing, Hamish McVey.

 

 

 

Dominique Delport, the well-regarded president of Vivendi Content and global managing director of advertising powerhouse Havas, is in advanced negotiations to join Vice as its head of international operations.

 

 

 

 

 

Duke has hired former MullenLowe global planning director Sandya Piyasena as strategy partner. Piyasena, who has already started in her new role, said she was going to "unashamedly champion our new equal gender, equal pay partnership".

 

 

 

 

Ben Sharpe, executive producer at Blink Productions, has joined Adam & Eve/DDB as head of film and joint head of integrated production. He replaces Matt Craigie Atherton who left in August last year to join Mother.

 

 

 

 


Janet Grynberg @grynberg_janet

Janet has worked as editor and translator since 2013. After graduating with honors when receiving her Bachelor's Degree in English literature, she began working as a book reviewer for Expansión, the leading business magazine in Mexico. She has also worked as editor of young adult literature for publishing houses like Planeta and Penguin, and she's the author of a book of short stories. She's in the process of getting her MA in English at McGill University. Her interests include arts, good food, and her 8 pets.

MORE FROM PORTADA


The 5 Most Pressing Questions About Influencer Marketing Answered by Band of Insiders, Best Buy, Bimbo, and Pepsico

The 5 Most Pressing Questions About Influencer Marketing Answered by Band of Insiders, Best Buy, Bimbo, and Pepsico

During the seventh edition of the #PortadaMX summit, experts in Influencer Marketing took the stage to discuss best practices surrounding this elusive but undeniably effective tool to reach consumers. Vivian Baron, CEO and Creative Chairwoman at Band of Insiders, presented the panelists: Best Buy Mexico's E-commerce Subdirector José Camargo, Grupo Bimbo's Global Consumer Engagement Lead Giustina Trevisi, Band of Insiders' Influencer Marketing Manager Leonardo Vargas, and Pepsico/Drinkfinity's Director of Business Innovation & Marketing Yamile Elias.


Experts: Sears’ Future in Mexico Remains Bright, Implications for U.S. Hispanic Market

Experts: Sears’ Future in Mexico Remains Bright, Implications for U.S. Hispanic Market

Experts tell Portada the downfall of the storied retailer won’t affect the Sears franchise in Mexico where better merchandising and e-commerce under the management of Grupo Carso, owned by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, have built the franchise into a big hit with Mexican consumers. The implications for the U.S. Hispanic Market.