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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: Edward Schumacher-Matos, Mark Kaline , Michael Bruns, Sofia Lachapelle, Melissa C. Castro, Daniel Aguirre, Ivan Valenzuela, Brandon Solano…

People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it. Jeff Sweat is leaving Deutsch LA, to do agency PR and marketing for 72andSunny , to be effective in August. Prior to Deutsch LA, he was Director, B2B marketing and social media at Yahoo! before Yahoo! he […]


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