Google names Julian Coulter as the new CEO for Mexico

Before joining Google Mexico, Julian led the technology giant’s operations in Peru for a year and a half.

Google announced that Julian Coulter will be from now on the new director for Mexico of the technology company.

 As a result of our search to continue positioning Mexico as a key country for the digital development of Latin America, we welcome Julian Coulter as CEO of Google Mexico,” the company said in a fact sheet.

Before joining Google Mexico, Irish-born Julian led the technology giant’s operations in Peru for a year and a half and previously served as Vice President of International Operations for Sony Pictures Television – IMS, where he managed his digital business in emerging markets. from Central Europe and Asia. 

He has more than 20 years of experience in the sales, marketing, and digital areas, having served as Vice President of Marketing at SABMiller Peru – receiving the Lion in different areas in Cannes – and previously worked in its operations in South Africa. He also served as Vice President of Commercial for North America for Cura Software Solutions. 

Julian studied Economics at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School in the United States. The company added, he is passionate about the potential of technology to build new businesses and reinvent existing ones. In his free time, he likes to exercise – he is an avid marathoner – and enjoy the gastronomic diversity of the world.

For Adriana Noreña, Google Vice President for Latin America, the announcement confirms Google’s commitment to developing the company’s talent with increasingly ambitious challenges:

“We are living exceptional moments, which will require all our experience, to accelerate the reconstruction of our economies in the region. Mexico is a strategic country for Google and we find in Julian the best person to lead it. He was present in the country supporting our leadership transition and timely directing our actions related to COVID-19. We believe that his experience prioritizing the growth of our partners will allow us to position ourselves as a valuable ally in the economic reconfiguration of Mexico. ”

With more than 80 million Internet users and an indisputable preference for mobile Internet, in Mexico, the opportunities for responsible innovation by Google to positively impact people’s lives have increased. Also our interest in building technologies for all and empowering Mexicans through information.


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