Breno Cotta (MxCann México), Gastón Vauttier (Maxus Argentina), John Smith (Whisbi), Erneste Plaza (Whisbi), Florencia Trigo (Mindshare Argentina), Juan Pablo Broens (Mindshare Argentina), José Luis Sainz (Prisa Radio), Andrés Cardo (Prisa Radio)

Margarita Bautista Fabila has been named Marketing Manager for Latin America of Avaya. She will be in charge of the region´s operations, excepting Brazil. The executive has more than 15 years experience in the industry.

Johanna Öberg will become Managing Director for Metro Puerto Rico, a free daily that was launched last week for the Puerto Rico market by the Swedish company Metro International. Öberg will report to Pablo Mazzei, EVP Latin America. Ms Öberg, a member of the group management team at Metro's headquarters in Sweden, has up until now held the position as EVP Global Commercial Director, responsible for maximizing Metro's sales globally and ensuring that all local sales departments have access to best-in-class sales tools.

McCann Mexico announced Breno Cotta is joining the company as Creative Vice President. He comes from Grey Mexico where he was in charge of creative for brands including Heineken, Sidral Mundet and Amnesty International, he was also jury at Cannes 2010 and FIAP 2011.

Agency Maxus Argentina announced the addition of Gaston Vauttier to its
team as Communications Planning Leader. In Argentina, Maxus has a client base that includes Ilolay, MetLife, Pfizer, La Virginia, SC Johnson, Karcher and Mabe.

Technology company Whisbi  announced the addition of  John Smith as
Vice President of Marketing and Ernesto Plaza as Country Manager for Spain. The announcement is part of Whisbi’s internationalization strategy.

Mindshare Argentina, a media agency of the WPP Group, announced that Florencia Trigo and Juan Pablo Broens joined its executive team. Florencia Trigo will serve as Director of Group Accounts and Communications Planner. Juan Pablo Broens
joins as Director of Innovation, a new area of the agency that will focus
on digital strategies and their integration with offline media.

Spain’s Grupo Prisa has put Andres Cardo in charge of the International Business of Prisa Radio. In addition, José Luis Sainz was appointed as the new CEO of Prisa Radio. Sainz succeeds Javier Pons. Grupo Prisa also announced that Sainz will merge his current executive position at Prisa Noticias with his new position in Prisa Radio.


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