just On Call
We report back from drinks companies' conference calls post-results announcement.
The international spirits category in China has embarked on a “new normal”, according to Pernod Ricard, with lower-priced offerings set to drive future growth.
Pernod Ricard has admitted that it needs to improve its marketing of Absolut in the US to connect with Millenial consumers as craft vodka continues to take share.
Heineken is looking to premiumise the global cider category by incorporating cider production within its existing breweries.
India has overtaken France to become Pernod Ricard's third largest market.
Brown-Forman CEO Paul Varga has said he is “not obsessed” with foreign currency fluctuations, despite seeing them cut into the company's first-quarter profits.
The head of Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) has praised her company's latest craft beer launch but warned the category in Australia remains “underdeveloped”.
The CEO of Treasury Wine Estates has said that in the next 18 months, Asia will become the biggest profit contributor to the company.
Carlsberg's CFO has said the company is “a little more negative” on Russia's consumers after continued problems in the country forced a full-year forecast downgrade.
Negative ForEx movements may have impacted Molson Coor’s performance in Canada but the year is a game of two halves, according to Mark Hunter, president & CEO of the company.
Yesterday saw the formation of the world’s largest independent Coca-Cola bottler, when Coca-Cola Enterprises, Coca-Cola Iberian Partners and Coca-Cola Erfrischungsgetränke agreed to combine their businesses to form a new company called Coca-Cola European Partners.
Skyy vodka has returned to growth in the US, according to the head of the brand's parent company, Gruppo Campari.
Overall growth of the cider category in the US is slowing down but the rise of craft producers could spark renewed opportunity, according to Martin Roper, president & CEO of Boston Beer Co.
Heineken's CEO has warned of a tough year ahead in the UK but said that overall the European market is improving.
Brazil still offers a tremendous amount of opportunity, according to Anheuser-Busch InBev’s CEO Carlos Brito.
The head of Diageo has forecast a return to growth for the company's Scotch whisky stable in its new fiscal year.
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