11/24/2015 8:30 AM
Robert Dackeskog appointed Business Area Director Table Top and Tina Andersson appointed Business Area Director Consumer & Corporate Marketing.
Meeting customer needs, and thereby growing into the most attractive supplier of table concepts and take-away solutions, is vital for Duni. The aim is to always form the best organization to meet and exceed our customer expectations. Changes will be made in the Duni management team in order to achieve growth in core markets in Central Europe.
Robert Dackeskog, who has a solid HoReCa and international business experience, has been appointed Business Area Director for Table Top. Robert joined Duni in 2012 as Business Area Director Consumer and has since then managed to increase sales as well as profitability for the business area.
Maria Wahlgren will leave her position as Business Area Director Table Top and Duni.
Tina Andersson, currently Corporate Marketing and Communications Director, will take over the responsibility as Business Area Director Consumer. Tina has a broad experience of marketing, sales and innovation of fast moving consumer goods from international as well as local brands. Tina will retain the responsibility for Corporate Marketing, including branding as well as customer and consumer intelligence.
Duni’s CEO Thomas Gustafsson comments:
“I am confident that Robert Dackeskog and Tina Andersson will be able to lead the Table Top and Consumer organizations in an efficient as well as visionary way, enabling us to reach our ambitious growth and profitability targets. Maria Wahlgren has been leading the Table Top business area since the reorganization 2012 and since then developed, strengthened and implemented several good initiatives. However, as we have different views on how to manage future challenges, we have come to the mutual agreement that Maria will leave the company and proceed with her career outside of Duni. I wish her the very best in her future career.”
For more information, please contact:
Thomas Gustafsson, CEO, phone +46 40 106475