New emnos Senior Advisory Board to help drive growth and innovation

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New emnos Senior Advisory Board to help drive growth and innovation

Selected for impressive credentials in retail and fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) both internationally and locally, the new emnos Senior Advisory Board will counsel emnos global management on sector developments and trends in: Italy, the Nordics, UK and USA. This invaluable intelligence will help drive growth in both existing and new markets and support the development of innovative products and services.


The Senior Advisory Board currently comprises:

· Per Steen Breimyr

Representing the Nordics and based in Norway, Per has a Boutique Consultancy Company specialising in commercial vision, strategy and execution plus leadership and team development programmes. A former CCO and VP in global FMCGs, he has a proven and successful track record in key international leadership roles for companies such as Coca-Cola, ABInbev and Pepsico.


· John Molter

From the UK, John provides bespoke strategic consultancy to the consumer goods sector. His broad experience includes 12 years as VP Global Customer Business Development at Procter and Gamble - where he spent a total of 38 years in a range of increasingly responsible sales and marketing positions.

 

· Paolo Palomba

In Italy, Paolo is CEO of a company helping producers and food retailers to develop international strategies. In addition, he teaches Global MBA Food & Wine at Bologna University. Paolo’s wide experience in FMCG, retail, food and wine also includes category management, Marketing and Commercial Director roles at Conad - Italia Distribuzione, Sigma - Centrale Italiana and General Manager in a global fair trade company.

 

· Alan Roth

Focusing on the US, Alan has extensive global business development, general management, turn-around, and start-up expertise. Previous positions include COO at dunnhumby and a Director at Procter and Gamble. He currently serves on the Board of several different organisations.

 

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