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Kimberly Clark

Chris Whalen is Kimberly-Clark’s new Global Media Director

Former OMD global account director Chris Whalen has been appointed Kimberly-Clark’s new Global Media Director, as part of the company’s executive changes that further enhance its focus on executing its global business plan and driving global expansion. Kimberly-Clark has appointed Chris Whalen its new global media director. Former OMD global account director, Whalen will replace Mark […]


Chris Whalen is Kimberly-Clark’s new Global Media Director

Former OMD global account director Chris Whalen has been appointed Kimberly-Clark’s new Global Media Director, as part of the company’s executive changes that further enhance its focus on executing its global business plan and driving global expansion. Kimberly-Clark has appointed Chris Whalen its new global media director. Former OMD global account director, Whalen will replace Mark […]


Changing Places LatAm: Alberto Mulas, Daniel Isart, Blanca Aquino…

People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it. Junji Sumitani  –  Jacqueline Lam- CNBC ::: Alex Rahe – Skyscanner ::: Blanca Aquino – CA Technologies ::: Alberto Mulas – Itaú Mexico ::: Daniel Isart – Kimberly Clark::: CNBC has announced several appointments to its international team. Junji Sumitani has […]


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