New appointments at Marco’s Pizza, Bam Strategy, Entravision, Prisa Brand Solutions and more changing places. People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it. Check out last week’s Changing Places here.
Alex Tokatlian has been appointed Brand Marketing Director at Marco’s Pizza, an American restaurant chain and interstate franchise based in Toledo, Ohio, that specializes in Italian-American cuisine. There are more than 800 franchised Marco’s Pizza locations in 34 states and Puerto Rico as well as the Bahamas, and India. Prior to this position, Tokatlian worked as Advertising Manager in Domnino’s Pizza (check out our article today on the latest trends in the QSR industry including input by Alex Tokatlian.)
Montreal-based digital marketing agency BAM Strategy is launching its first U.S. office, in New York, and has appointed former GroupM executive Pete Meyers, as president of U.S. operations. Meyers is tasked with expanding BAM’s current client footprint in the U.S., building new client relationships with U.S.-based brands, and developing new partnerships with agencies where BAM can provide complementary digital marketing services.
Entravision Communications announced the appointment of Laura Saldivar (photo left) to Senior Vice President of Integrated Marketing Solutions in Los Angeles. Laura will report directly to Eddie Melendez, President of Local Media for Entravision. In addition, Crystal Gomez has been promoted to Vice President Local Agency and National Sales for Entravision’s radio assets in Los Angeles. Gomez was previously Vice President of National Sales, Western Region.
Prisa Brand Solutions announced the appointment of Robert Ruvalcaba, as Vice President of Sales, based in California, to work on the company’s sales strategy and business development in the United States. Robert Ruvalcaba brings more than 20 years of experience in sales marketing and digital advertising. He has previous successful leadership roles at companies such as Adsmovil, Pulpo Media, ImpreMedia, and Los Angeles Times.“ Prisa Brand Solutions , continues growth and progress in the North America region. We welcome our newest team member and look forward to a long and successful future”, said Jose Antonio Carrero, CEO of Prisa Brand Solutions in the U.S.
DiGennaro Communications (DGC), a B2B public relations agency serving the media, marketing and entertainment sectors, has named Maxine Winer president and chief operating officer. Winer reports to DGC Founder and CEO Samantha DiGennaro. In her new role, Winer will oversee operations, talent, client service and business development for the nearly 15-year-old agency. Winer, who began working with DGC last year in a consulting capacity, will split her time between the agency’s NYC headquarters and her hometown of Chicago, where she will establish a foothold for the agency. Winer most recently spent eight years as senior partner and general manager of Omnicom’s FleishmanHillard Chicago.