JeffreyGroup - Marketing and Corporate Communications




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JeffreyGroup New York

One Penn Plaza
36th Floor
New York, NY 10119
Tel: +1(212) 620-4100

Founder and Chairman:
Jeffrey Sharlach, Ext. 151

JeffreyGroup Miami (Headquarters)

1111 Lincoln Road, Eighth Floor
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Tel: +1(305) 860-1000

Chief Executive Officer:
Brian Burlingame, Ext. 103

Managing Director:
Asher Levine, Ext. 121

JeffreyGroup Mexico

Cordillera de los Andes 120, Piso 2
Col Lomas de Chapultepec
Mexico City, Mexico CP 11000
Tel: +52 (55) 5281-1121

Managing Director:
Mauricio Gutiérrez, Ext. 201

JeffreyGroup Argentina

San Martín 674 3° A
Buenos Aires, C1004AAN, Argentina
Tel: +54 (11) 4328-3354

Regional Director, Market Leader Argentina:
Diego Campal, Ext. 18

JeffreyGroup Brazil

São Paulo
JeffreyGroup Brazil Headquarters

Rua Cláudio Soares 72, cj. 1501
Pinheiros - CEP 05422-030
São Paulo - SP
Tel: +55 (11) 3185-0800

Managing Director:
Rodrigo Pinotti, Ext. 828

Edificio Parque Cidade Corporate
SCS,QD 9, Torre C, 10º Room - 1017
Brasilia, DF
CEP 70308-200 Brazil
Tel: +55 (61) 3550-0699

General Director:
Clarissa Oliveira

Rio de Janeiro
Ed. Argentina, Praia de Botafogo, 228
16º andar - Sala 1601 Ala A
Rio de Janeiro, RJ
CEP 22250-040 Brazil
Tel: +55 (21) 3958-1245

Renata Busch

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