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CHANGING PLACES LATAM: Alexandre Faria, Maria Poplawski, Walter Susini…


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Live Nation Entertainment, the world’s leading live entertainment company, continues to grow its presence in Latin America, officially expanding into Brazil with the hiring of Alexandre Faria as the Director and Senior Vice President of Talent Buying. Faria will focus on booking and producing shows for major artists visiting the country, which is South America’s largest live entertainment market. In his new role, Faria will be based in Sao Paulo and report to Bruce Moran, Live Nation’s President of Latin America.



Maria Poplawski is the new communications manager of multinational Danone Argentine branch.






Walter Susini has stepped down as president McGarryBowen and LOV brazilian offices, to return to Coca-Cola as EMEA senior VP of marketing from September 1st. He will report directly to the group president and will be based in Atlanta.





Wilson Mateos returned to Brazil to take on as creative vice president of Leo Burnett Tailor Made, starting on September 1 & following the departure of Paulo Giovanni, the agency’s chairman, in February of this year.






Young & Rubicam Mexico has appointed Alfonso Borreguero as vice president of strategic planning.



IPG Mediabrands has confirmed the departure of Travis Johnson, global CEO of its mobile arm, Ansible. As well as global president of Ansible, Johnson was head of mobile for IPG Mediabrands, the umbrella group for Interpublic media agencies including UM and Initiative.


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