Canadian full-service digital signage company iGotcha Media, with locations in Montreal and Toronto, recently filled two newly-created executive positions at its Toronto facility.
Marcos Terenzio is now iGotcha Media’s vice president, creative and strategy.
In that role, he will lead the company’s Toronto office and drive its creative and strategic initiatives to help clients deliver integrated brand experiences. The company says that Terenzio is a highly-experienced strategist with more than 25 years of international experience with Fortune 500 clients including Nike, Apple, Coca-Cola, TD, Bell, Walmart, BMW, Kraft and Burger King. Most recently, he created and led the digital experience division of Shikatani Lacroix Design (SLD), one of Canada’s leading branding and retail design agencies. Earlier in his career, he helped launch a digital agency for St. Joseph Communications, one of Canada’s largest privately-owned communications companies.
Also, Kim Zakaib is now vice president of operations for iGotcha.
Zakaib was most recently with Aedifica, a full service architecture and design firm headquartered in Montreal, where she had been for the past 20 years. As vice president,
retail, Zakaib oversaw a team of 40 architects, designers, project managers and technicians in the execution of construction projects with individual budgets up to $40 million. In a period of about eight years, she nearly doubled her department’s annual revenues, her new company says.
“We are delighted to welcome Kim and Marcos—two executives with exceptional talent and a wealth of experience,” says Greg Adelstein, president of iGotcha Media. “In recognition of iGotcha Media’s growth and development, we felt that the time was right to expand our presence in Toronto and recruit some very senior managers with the unique skillsets required to help us grow to the next level of success. I am confident that Kim and Marcos are the right people in the right jobs. On behalf of the entire team, I would like to welcome them to iGotcha Media. Together we will accomplish great things and I look forward to our shared success.”