AUS: Foster's marketing boss to retire

By | 21 June 2007

Rick Scully, chief marketing officer of Foster's Group, will retire from the company effective 30 June 2007. He has been with Foster's and its affiliated businesses for 39 years.

Scully has served as a member of the Foster's Leadership Team for the past 12 years.  During this time, he has taken on a number of key marketing, commercial and executive roles, including responsibility for Foster's global beer businesses. 

Most recently, Scully has been responsible for building a global marketing capability.

Following his departure, responsibility for global brand strategy will be split between the regional managing directors.

"Rick has made an enormous contribution to the business over a 39 year career," said Foster's CEO, Trevor O'Hoy. "I offer my sincere thanks and appreciation to Rick for his leadership and passionate commitment to the business.  I wish Rick and his family all the very best for the future."

Sectors: Beer & cider, Wine

Companies: Foster’s

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