Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has announced the appointment of Véronique Vuillod as its new chief people and culture officer.
Presently, she serves as vice-president of people and culture for CCEP’s French business unit.
Vuillod is an experienced professional, who started her career with Price Waterhouse.
She joined CCEP more than 20 years ago and has since worked across business units, commercial areas, supply chain and other functions.
'Growth Of Business'
CEO of CCEP, Damian Gammell, commented, “I am confident that Véronique’s leadership will support the growth of our business and people. Her appointment also underscores our commitment to developing leadership and talent within CCEP.”
Vuillod will replace Nick Wall, who is to retire in November after 35 years of service in Coca-Cola.
He has worked for assignments in the cola giant’s offices in Ireland, London, Vienna, Istanbul, Atlanta and Southern Africa.
He also served as the head of global human resources at The Coca-Cola Company’s Bottling Investment Group (BIG) before joining CCEP.
Commenting on Wall’s retirement, Gammell said, “I would like to take this opportunity to thank Nick for his leadership and service to Coca-Cola and colleagues.
“I count myself as one of many across Coca-Cola who has benefited from his commitment to people and his trusted counsel.”