Pepsi CMO and Kantar CEO Call It Quits and More Changing Places

Pepsi CMO and Kantar CEO call it quits 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.


Roberto Rios has confirmed that he’s stepping down from the role of Chief Marketing Officer of Pepsico. He previously served as CMO of food service and as SVP of Marketing of fizzy drinks. The former Pepsi CMO will now oversee digital transformation at Schwan’s Co.




Kantar CEO Eric Salama has announced he will abandon the role throughout 2020. He will remain on the job until the company finds his successor, after which he will join the Kantar board as a non-executive director.





Justine Armour has been named Chief Creative Officer of Grey New York. It’s the first time the position has been filled since Andreas Dahlqvist left it in 2017. In her role, Armour will oversee creative development, recruit top talent and guide new business creative efforts.





JPMorgan Chase has named its Chief Marketing Officer, Kristin Lemkau, as head of a new US wealth management division. The company has not announced a new CMO.






Marianne Radley, Chief Brand Officer at Pizza Hut US, has left the company after her almost two years in the job. She previously served as Monster Energy’s SVP of global marketing.