Marketing moves at Hyundai, Tommy Hilfiger, Twitch and more. People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it.
Hyundai Motor America CMO Dean Evans has stepped down from the role. Evans had been with the company for over four years.
Panoramic, an enterprise SaaS company, has announced the appointment of Mike Christopher as Chief Technology Officer. Christopher will oversee the company’s product strategy and development, as well as lead the engineering, product, and data science teams.
Droga5, which was acquired by Accenture Interactive earlier this year, has named its first-ever Global Chief Creative Officer in Neil Heymann. In addition, Felix Richter and Tim Gordon have been elevated to co-chief creative officers, Alexander Nowak has been promoted to global head of art, Juliana Cobb to executive creative director and Julia Albu to head of creative integration.
Republica Havas has announced the appointment of Jason Wolske and Danny Alvarez as the agency’s Executive Creative Directors, effective immediately. Based out of Republica Havas’ Miami headquarters, Wolske and Alvarez will report to Luis Casamayor, Co-Founder, President and Chief Creative Officer. In the newly-created roles, they will lead the agency’s creative team across a roster of major clients.
Tommy Hilfiger has appointed Hollister’s former SVP of Global Marketing Michael Scheiner as its Chief Marketing Officer. After news of Avery Baker’s departure in January, the company divided the CMO responsibilities among other senior members of staff.
Twitch has named Doug Scott, formerly Head of Marketing at Zynga, as its Chief Marketing Officer. Scott will replace Kate Jhaveri, who left after two years to become top marketer at the NBA.