Two more senior Cadbury executives leave Kraft
By John Reynolds, marketingmagazine.co.uk, Thursday, 14 October 2010 03:00PM
Kraft, the US food giant, has lost two more Cadbury executives following its £11.6bn takeover of the British confectionery company in January.
Tamara Minick-Scokalo, a former Cadbury executive who currently heads Kraft’s European chocolate business, is leaving the business for personal reasons.
Ignasi Ricou, who ran Cadbury’s gum and sweet operation in Europe, is also leaving the company. He is leaving to join a business in Spain.
Replacing Ricou is Maurizo Brusadeli, while Patrick Satamian is to replace Minick-Scokalo.
Brusadeli has been with Kraft for some 17 years, encompassing roles in sales, marketing, and general management.
Satamian has held roles in marketing and sales with Kraft over the past six years.
Minick-Scokalo, a former Procter & Gamble marketer, is a big-ticket executive within Cadbury, who previously served as Cadbury’s European president. She left Cadbury in 2009 to join Kraft.
The pair are the latest Cadbury executives to leave the business.
Previous executives to depart include Phil Rumbol, Cadbury’s head of marketing for the UK and Ireland.
This article was first published on marketingmagazine.co.uk
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