Corner Office Shifts: Beiersdorf Canada’s leadership changes hands

Plus, Procter & Gamble invests in marketing and tech hires.

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Leadership change at Beiersdorf

Florian Wolfram is taking over as Beiersdorf Canada’s general manager. The company’s portfolio includes brands such as Nivea, Eucerin, Elastoplast and Coppertone.

Wolfram is replacing Guillaume de Vitton, who has been with Beiersdorf since 2004. Wolfram will be responsible for Canada’s leadership team, and brings nine years of experience within the company serving in sales and commercial capacities.

Enbridge CEO retiring in 2023

President and CEO of Enbridge, Al Monaco, is set to retire in the new year. Appointed to this position in October 2012, company shares rose 32% under his watch. He’ll remain as an advisor until March 1, 2023.

Stepping into his position will be current chair Greg Ebel, who will assume the role as of January 1, 2023.

Keurig Dr. Pepper invests in its supply chain

Keurig Dr. Pepper is reimaging its supply chain team by promoting three senior leaders into new roles.

Roger Johnson, previously the company’s chief product officer, will now serve as chief supply chain officer. Tony Milikin stepped down from this role after one year. Johnson brings over 20 years of experience to the role across consumer durables, electronics, food and beverage and more. He’ll report to chief executive Ozan Dokmecioglu.

Christopher Martin, who most recently served as SVP logistics operations, has been promoted to SVP coffee supply chain.

Paul DaRosa, who previously held the title SVP quality, employee health and safety and technical services, has been appointed SVP cold beverages supply chain.

P&G names marketing and tech appointments

Procter & Gamble has made several changes to its leadership team.

Jennifer Seiler has been appointed SVP marketing while Melody Wallis is now VP analytics and insights and technology.

Seiler has been with the company for 22 years and has worked across global and local markets, heading up brands such as Gillette, Crest and Downy. She’ll now be responsible for Canada brand operations.

Wallis has been with P&G for two decades both in Canada and the U.K., working across financial services, supply chain, manufacturing, distribution, sales and marketing.

Seiler and Wallis succeed Bethanie Butcher, who has been named SVP analytics and insights for Latin America.

Zoglo’s hires new CFO

Plant-based food company Zoglo’s has appointed Doug Harris as chief financial officer, replacing former CFO Spence Walker.

Harris is a chartered accountant and business valuator with over 20 years of experience in financial services. He brings experience in accounting, corporate finance, private equity and mergers and acquisitions.