Daniel Titinger, new Managing Director of LLYC Peru

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Working in Peru for a quarter of a century, solving challenges through strategy and creativity backed by exponential technologies for communication, marketing and public affairs, the global consulting firm LLYC has doubled its capacity for operational management by incorporating Daniel Titinger as its new Managing Director. The company thus seeks to continue providing differential solutions in a market to which it is fully committed.

Daniel contributes over two decades of experience in the world of communications, journalism and literature. He also served as the journalistic director of RPP Noticias, Peru’s leading news radio station and most trusted media outlet, according to the Reuters Institute at Oxford University.

Juan Carlos Gozzer, Partner and CEO of LLYC Latin America, believes that “Daniel’s local origin, background and capabilities will be key to respond to the needs of the market in the current context. We are convinced that his contribution will strengthen the offer of value and solutions we provide to our clients.”

“After twenty-five years in Peru, LLYC’s commitment to the country is now doubling down with our trust in the general management of our Firm. Daniel’s involvement enriches the knowledge and experience of my partner Gonzalo Carranza and the Firm’s management team in the market,” explains María Esteve, Managing Director of the Andean Region LLYC.

Daniel also served as journalism director of the sports newspaper Depor, published by the El Comercio Group, and also magazines published by the group and ContentLab, a content laboratory providing creative and media solutions for companies and brands. He was also director of Etiqueta Negra, an international magazine of chronicles and reports. He is the author of 5 books of journalistic chronicles and bibliographic profiles and has collaborated as a columnist in various media in Latin America and the United States.

“Taking on this position as managing director of LLYC in Peru is a tremendous responsibility for me, especially considering the challenge posed to the Firm’s clients in the current context of our country. Joining LLYC is a unique opportunity to merge my experience and knowledge with the Firm’s trajectory and methodology in order to activate them in the service of a reality that demands a lot of interpretation, analysis, creativity, recursion and empathy,” comments Daniel Titinger, Managing Director of LLYC Peru.