Marketing expert Nicole McMillan appointednew DKSH Vice President of FMCG Hong Kong and Group FMCG Marketing September 22, 2020


			
				Marketing expert Nicole McMillan appointednew DKSH Vice President of FMCG Hong Kong and Group FMCG Marketing

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Marketing expert Nicole McMillan appointed

new DKSH Vice President of FMCG Hong Kong and Group FMCG Marketing

Hong Kong, September 22, 2020 – DKSH, the leading Market Expansion Services provider with a focus on Asia and beyond, welcomes former Senior Mars Marketer Nicole McMillan on board in her dual role as Vice President of FMCG Hong Kong as well as Vice President of Group FMCG Marketing. Nicole will be based in Hong Kong and directly report to Terry Seremetis, the Group’s Executive Committee member and Head of Business Unit Consumer Goods.

 

Terry Seremetis said: “We are very excited to have a FMCG professional of Nicole’s capability and experience join the DKSH team. Her leadership style, local insight plus global perspective will be essential in helping us transform our Hong Kong business, while strengthening our Client Marketing strategic capabilities.”

 

With over 20 years of industry experience, Nicole’s career footprint spreads across the China, India, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa regions. “Having worked extensively across Asia, I am convinced the DKSH business model is the future for FMCG brands in this market. There is so much opportunity and potential to deliver true mutual benefit to those FMCG brands looking to significantly expand their presence in a profitable and manageable way”, said Nicole McMillan.

 

Before joining DKSH, Nicole McMillan was the Vice President Marketing of Mars Wrigley Confectionery AMEA. She is also an Advisory Board member of the renowned Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science and Board member of The Marketing Society in Hong Kong. In June 2020, she was honored in the Power List 2020 of the Asia-Pacific’s 50 most influential and purposeful marketers, organized by the global business magazine Campaign Asia-Pacific.