TBWA\Santiago Mangada Puno Philippines elevates Joey Teimpo to digital ECD and bolsters creative team with five more key promotions

Joey Tiempo.jpgTBWA\Santiago Mangada Puno kicks off the year with six promotions within the creative team; one in account management; and two in the digital department.

Joey Tiempo (pictured) steps up to head the agency's digital arm as the Digital Executive Creative Director. She has come a long way over the decade, having worked with J. Romero & Associates, Adformatix-Hakuhodo, Jimenez-Basic Advertising and Y&R Philippines. Tiempo's extensive brand experience includes Toyota, Jollibee, Sara Lee, Citibank, Del Monte and Energizer. She won the first Webby for the Philippines and her work is recognized at Cannes Lions, ADFEST, Spikes Asia, One Show, AWARD, the Clios and London International Awards (LIA).
Local design scene mainstay, John Ed de Vera, joins to lead the design team as the newly appointed Creative Director. Also stepping up to a Creative Director post is Chino Jayme, the mind behind notable Oishi campaigns 'Forevermore' and 'True Colors'.

Katrina Cosico is promoted to Business Unit Director following eight years at the agency. She is currently handling one of TBWA's biggest accounts in the Philippines, Del Monte. Cosico played a key role in launching personal care brands Hana and Systema and was part of the team that worked on the Hana Water Billboard and Caraphil in 2014.

Art Director CJ de Silva and copywriter Abi Capa both earn Associate Creative Director posts.

Additionally, Mark Baul is promoted to User Experience (UX) Manager while Gerard Cueto is promoted to Digital Producer.

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