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  • NewCo

NewCo has unveiled its new global structure. In a move that underscores its commitment to cost efficiency, the new GroupM agency formed by MEC and Maxus will remove existing regional management structures. NewCo will not be run at the APAC, EMEA or LATAM levels. Instead, the firm’s top eight global markets that compromise 70 percent of its revenues will report directly to MEC global CEO Tim Castree.  NewCo will be able to lean on GroupM at the regional level for operational support. Remaining regional capabilities will now either move in-market or within client solutions groups. There will also be a new centralized global services structure made up of three groups.

 

 

  • Alaska Airlines

Alaska Airlines has launched service to Mexico City’s Benito Juarez International Airport from two major California hubs: San Francisco International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport. Later this fall, Alaska Airlines will also add service from San Diego International Airport to Mexico City, becoming the only airline to serve Mexico City from all three California gateways. The launch to Mexico City kicks off the most significant network expansion in Alaska Air Group’s 85-year history with 29 new routes launching through the end of 2017.The new service is the ninth destination Alaska serves to Mexico from California, including Cancun, Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo, Loreto, Los Cabos, Manzanillo, Mazatlán, Puerto Vallarta and Guadalajara.

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  • Holiday Inn Express

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) announces the opening of the Holiday Inn Express Tuxpan hotel in Veracruz, Mexico.  The Holiday Inn Express Tuxpan hotel is owned and managed by Grupo Inmobiliario Ricsher, S.A. de C.V and is franchised by an affiliate of IHG. The property is part of IHG’s diverse family of brands in nearly 100 countries and territories. The scale and diversity of the IHG family of brands means that its hotels can meet guests’ needs whatever the occasion – whether an overnight getaway, a business trip, a family celebration or a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

 

 

  • LG Electronics

Ogilvy Mexico, the agency led by Verónica Hernández and Checha Agost Carreño, has expanded its business relationship with giant LG electronics. From now on, Ogilvy Mexico will take over digital communications and social networks of the renowned Korean global technology brand. In Mexico, LG comprises 4 business units (Home Entertainment, Mobile Communications, White Line & Air Conditioning and Business Solutions). Ogilvy Mexico will continue handling PR for LG Mexico.

 

 

 

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Riccardo Ferraris – Omnicom Media Group :::    Alex  Nempëque – MediaCom ::: José Tirado – Latinbrands Peru ::: Lizbeth González – Nora Larios – Jaime Vidal – Yuriam Ruiz – Ogilvy Mexico ::: Liz Nunn – CNN ::: Amanda Pitt – Havas Media :::  Luigi Matrone  – Nomads ::: Andrew Bocking – BlackBerry :::

Omnicom Media Group has appointed Riccardo Ferraris as new CEO for its office in Mexico. Ferraris will be in charge of all media operations in Mexico. The operations include OMD, PHD, Resolution and Accuen´s business. Ferraris will report to Julián Porras, CEO for Latin America.

Nora Larios has been appointed general director of OgilvyOne, the direct marketing unit of Ogilvy Mexico. Lizbeth González is the current director of Neo@Ogilvy Mexico, the media unit that manages on line and off line media of the agency.

Also Ogilvy announced two new appointments, Jaime Vidal has been appointed account director of the Coca Cola, Claro and Telcel accounts in Mexico. Yuriam Ruiz has been named CRM director.

Latinbrands Peru has announced José tirado as its new general manager. Tirado has 25 years´experience in the sector and has worked for Havas, Draftfcb and Publicis before. He has worked for clients like Pilsen Callao, BBVA Continental, Alicorp, Telefónica, Samsung, D’onofrio, Castrol, Intradevco, Inkafarma, McDonald’s, Red Bull, Tekno and La Tinka,

 Alex  Nempëque is the new Communication Planning Director for Procter & Gamble Mexico at MediaCom. 

CNN ad sales has named Liz Nunn Head of Sales for UK. She also will be in charge of the International Business Relations with media agencies.

Amanda Pitt has been named managing partner for business and marketing of Havas Media. Pitt will be replacing Debra Isaacson who left the agency at the end of last year.

Nomads, the creative innovation agency in UK, announced the appointment of Luigi Matrone as its new global business director. Matrone has previously worked as global marketing manager, digital marketing consultant and trainer at P&G.

Andrew Bocking leaves his role as executive vice-president of BBM at BlackBerry. Bocking “has made the decision to leave” the company, according to a BlackBerry spokeswoman. BBM remains to be a separate unit within the company, but now will fall under the responsibilities of John Sims, who joined Blackberry last December.