Olivier Lemire named president of Keurig Dr Pepper Canada
Lemire replaces Stephane Glorieux, who is leaving the company after nearly a decade
Canadian Grocer staff
Olivier Lemire steps into his new role Oct. 1.
Keurig Dr Pepper Canada has appointed Olivier Lemire to the role of president. He starts Oct. 1.
Lemire will replace outgoing president Stephane Glorieux, who is leaving the company after nine year to “pursue other opportunities,” according to a press release.
Lemire, who currently works with the company as VP, commercial strategy and partner brands, will report to Ozan Dokmecioglu, KDP chief financial officer and president, international.
Lemire joined Keurig Dr Pepper Canada in 2011 as sales director and over the years has held leadership roles in HR and Supply Chain. Lemire’s experience in Canadian retail also includes six years with Procter & Gamble and three years at Nike.
“[Lemire’s] broad range of experience, coupled with his leadership of successful growth initiatives at our company, makes him uniquely qualified to run our Canadian business unit,” said Dokmecioglu in the release.
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