Bellamy’s appoints two new senior leaders
Bellamy’s has appointed two new additions to its senior leadership team.
Andrew Cohen will join Bellamy’s as its Chief Operations and Strategy Officer and Katherine Henry will join the company as Executive Director of People and Culture.
Cohen has extensive experience in grocery, retail and selling vitamins, infant formula and dairy products in China. He comes from Bain and Company, a global management consulting firm, where he held a leadership role in Consumer Products and Retail practice.
Henry comes from IT company, UXC, where she was a Group Director of People and Culture. She has experience in a range of industries including legal, financial services, professional services and fast moving consumer goods.
Bellamy’s Chief Executive Officer, Laura McBain, said the appointments place the company in a good position to leverage ongoing growth opportunities.
“Andrew will build upon the strength of the existing team. His extensive network and experience across Asia, together with his professionalism and diverse skillset, will complement our team’s capabilities,” McBain said.
Cohen said he was looking forward to helping Bellamy’s reach its potential in existing and new markets.
“It’s an exciting time for Bellamy’s and there’s a huge opportunity to take the company to the next level,” Cohen said.
In February 2016, Bellamy’s announced a record net profit of AUD $13.6 million for the six months ended 31 December 2016.
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