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Carlsberg has lost a member of its supervisory board, but gained a senior VP of digital business transformation.

Carlsberg has a vacancy on its supervisory board

Carlsberg has a vacancy on its supervisory board

Nancy Cruickshank, who joined the brewer's board 12 months ago, moved to assume the operational role earlier this week. The search for a replacement for Cruickshank on Carlsberg's board has subsequently begun.

Prior to joining Carlsberg in a non-executive capacity, Cruickshank set up MyShowcase, a personal beauty shopping service, in the UK.

"Nancy will head up the digital transformation of Carlsberg, which plays an important part in [Carlsberg business strategy] SAIL'22," said CEO Cees 't Hart. "We've witnessed Nancy's strong digital capabilities and substantial insights into the opportunities offered by new technology during her tenure on the supervisory board.

"I'm confident that she'll be instrumental in driving our digital transformation."

Earlier this month, Carlsberg reported a 2% increase in sales from the first three months of this year. Group volumes came in flat, although the brewer's alcohol-free offering boosted performance in the quarter.

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