Kellogg ANZ appoints new Managing Director

Thursday, 27 January, 2022

Kellogg ANZ appoints new Managing Director

Kellogg ANZ has announced the appointment of experienced Kellogg Executive and FMCG industry leader Anthony Holme as its Managing Director.

Holme has worked at Kellogg since 2017 and will be relocating from South Africa (where he has served as Kellogg South Africa General Manager since 2019) to Sydney for his new role.

Prior to Kellogg, he has previously held senior leadership roles across sales and business development with Woolworths, PepsiCo, Diageo and SABMiller in both South Africa and the United Kingdom.

Shumit Kapoor, President Kellogg AMEA, said, “We are pleased to appoint Anthony Holme to lead the Kellogg ANZ business. We believe that his experience will help build on our sustainable growth momentum in ANZ, develop our talent and bring more food innovation to our consumers.”

During his time with Kellogg, Holme has delivered strong growth, while building key capabilities and managing the many challenges of the COVID pandemic. He has also been an advocate of the Better Days program, Kellogg’s global-purpose platform that aims to create better days for 3 billion people and the planet by 2030.

Holme (pictured above) said, “I feel very privileged to have the opportunity to lead Kellogg’s ANZ business with its portfolio of iconic brands and an extremely talented team. I look forward to continuing to deliver great tasting foods that nourish Aussie and New Zealand consumers, whilst also finding new and innovative ways to reduce our impact on the environment and help protect our planet.”

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