People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it.
::: German Ausensi – PHD ::: BBDO Argentina – Denise Orman ::: Interpublic Group (IPG) – Charles Godbold :::Wunderman Argentina – Patán Tarazaga, Dany Minaker ::: Santiago Puiggari – FCB Buenos Aires ::: F.biz – Rodrigo Senra ::: Central Holidays – Arthur Berman :::
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German Ausensi will lead Omnicom’s PHD new office in Peru. Prior to taking over this new position, Ausensi served as manager of Omnicom Media Group. He was also assistant manager of marketing and home products at Entel, and assistant manager of corporate marketing services and head of corporate media at Entel PCS.
The global media agencies network, Interpublic Group (IPG) has appointed Charles Godbold as global director of media intelligence systems. The media auditor will be based in central London and will report to Henry Tajer, CEO of IPG Mediabrands.
BBDO Argentina announced the appointment of Denise Orman, who so far worked as account director, as the agency director of operations. She will ensure the quality and workflow at all stages of the process. She will also lead special projects. Orman began her career in 2001 at Young & Rubicam. Four years later she joined BBDO. Since then, she worked for clients such as Pepsico, Personal, Nike, Cepas Argentinas, Masterfoods, Telecom, Cencosud, SanCor, Johnson & Johnson, Nosotras and Tulipan.
Santiago Puiggari is the new president and partner of FCB Buenos Aires. Puiggari joins FCB Buenos Aires after being President and CEO of McCann Worldgroup Argentina. FCB Buenos Aires is currently the agency of clients like Beiersdorf, Mondelez, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles SABMiller, NewSan, Fargo and Pernod Ricard.
Guilhierme Jahara, COO at agency F.biz, has announced the arrival of Rodrigo Senra as creative director. Senra will make a duo with Fabio Astolpho, who will handle accounts like Unilever, Pernod Ricard and Claro.Senra has worked as a senior editor at DM9DDB for a year. He previously worked at agencies like Fallon, Fischer America, DPZ and Loducca, among others. Since May 2015, he became a professor in the school of advertising creativity “Escola Cuca”.
Central Holidays recently appointed Arthur Berman as vice president of its newly created Latin America and Cuba Division.Berman joined Central Holidays in May 2015 and brings more than 50 years of experience in the travel and tourism industry, primarily promoting tourism to these respective regions.His major responsibilities in this role will be to implement strategies that best market the company’s new, collection of escorted Latin America and Cuba programs. Berman’s hiring coincides with Central Holidays’ recent expansion, which includes the tour operator’s roll-out of five on-the-ground Cuban programs as well as a “Cruise Around Cuba.”Prior to joining Central Holidays, Berman most recently served as the executive vice president of LATOUR, where he spearheaded the tour operator’s South America division. Berman previously worked as the president of Moment’s Notice Travel Club, a retail agency promoting last minute cruises and land packages.