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Andréia Lipsky (Ogilvy & Mather Brasil), Juliano de Almeida (Ogilvy & Mather Brazil), Teco Cipriano (Ogilvy & Mather Brazil), Thiago Rocha (Ogilvy & Mather Brazil), Leandro Leal (Ogilvy & Mather Brazil), Luiz Felipe Gocalves (Ogilvy & Mather Brazil), Tamara Martín (Contrapunto BBDO Spain), Hector Alfonso (Contrapunto BBDO Spain), Daniel Brown (MediaCom México), María Salceda (SCA), John Smith (BBC)


Victoria Canduela is the new Regional Account Director at Neo@Ogilvy in Miami. Neo@Ogilvy clients include Iberostar and Burger King. Prior to Ogilvy, Canduela worked as Regional Digital Account Manager at Carat.

Ogilvy & Mather announced the hiring of new professionals to its creative team. Andréia Lipsky, Julian de Almeida and Teco Cipriano as Art Directors, Thiago Rocha and Leandro Leal as Editors and Luiz Felipe Gonçalves as Art Assistant. They arrived to reinforce the account of Claro.

Tamara Martin and Hector Alfonso join the creative team of Contrapunto BBDO Spain under the supervision of Carlos Jorge and Felix del Valle, General Creative Directors. Tamara Martin will serve as Art Director, while Hector Alfonso will endeavor as Editor.

MediaCom Mexico announced the addition of Daniel Brown to his team. The executive was appointed as the new head of digital agency from which will report to Edgar Frias, current CEO of the firm. In his new position, the professional that for the past four years worked as digital director at MediaCom London, will be responsible for coordinating the agency's digital services for clients such as Bayer, Volkswagen and Procter & Gamble.

Maria Salceda is the new communications director in Mexico and Central America of the SCA. As part of the growth and strengthening of communication between family brands, Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget (SCA) reported the incorporation of Maria Salceda as communications director in Mexico and Central America.
Worldwide chief executive John Smith is stepping down after eight years at the helm. BBC Audio and Music director Tim Davie will succeed Smith effective December 1st.

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