Wed, 30 Nov 2022 12:57:13 GMT
Grey has announced today the appointment of Alexis Ospina as Chief Creative Officer (CCO) of Grey Mexico. Alexis joins CEO Coral Arnedo and the leadership team to carry on delivering famously effective ideas that create cultural value in LATAM and beyond.
“Alexis’ career and work are outstanding, and I can’t wait to start working with him to make Grey Mexico a regional reference for award winning work that creates business and cultural value for the brands we represent”, said Coral Arnedo.
Alexis Ospina, who will report creatively to worldwide CCO Javier Campopiano and LATAM president and CCO Diego Medvedocky, has joined to make Grey Mexico the creative benchmark, not only regionally but also globally, with work that moves clients’ businesses and brands.
"I’m joining the team at Grey Mexico at an important moment in my career, and I look forward to making famously effective work and helping build brands", said Alexis. "I look forward to bringing out the best in people at all levels and unlocking their creative potential through greater collaboration and inspiration."
A multi-awarded creative leader who won more that 300 creative awards globally, Alexis’ career spans 20 years working at renowned agencies in LATAM, from Ogilvy & Mather Colombia, Leo Burnett Colombia, Leo Burnett Mexico to Leo Burnett Costa Rica, which he led to be number one in the country and the region in less than one year. He moved to VMLY&R as CCO which he made the most awarded agency in the country in various global and local festivals. In 2020, he joined Media.Monks as Executive Creative Director for Mexico and Colombia, putting the new agency on the creative map.
“Alexis is one of the best creative leaders in LATAM, one who understands the importance of creating famously effective work that creates cultural and business value. He is respected not only by our industry but also the clients and partners he works for. I’m thrilled he is now joining Grey,” said Javier Campopinao, worldwide CCO.
Diego Medvedocky, president and CCO of Grey LATAM, added: “It is a great joy to add Alexis to the Grey Mexico team. Alexis is a great creative with great achievements in Mexico, so we welcome him, and I look forward to working with him very soon.”
In Cannes 2014 he won the first Grand Prix in the history of Colombia and in Cannes 2010 the first Golden Lion for radio for Colombia. In 2010 he was part of the ranking of the best creative directors in the world according to PYAFYS.