Coty names EVP, supply chain
NEW YORK — Beauty company Coty Inc. has appointed Mario Reis as EVP, supply chain, effective May 1.
Reis succeeds Darryl McCall, who will work on the transition and other projects to ensure continuity in supply chain performance before his retirement on Dec. 31, 2014. Reis will join the executive committee and will report to Michele Scannavini, CEO. He will be based in Geneva.
"Along with Coty’s executive team, I would like to acknowledge Darryl’s many talents and thank him for his outstanding contributions to our success. We very much valued his leadership in building a strong and reliable supply chain. He will be missed and we wish him all the best for the future," stated Scannavini.
Reis has more than 30 years of experience as a business leader and supply chain expert. He brings with him a skill set from running one of the most complex supply chain operations in fresh foods, to driving a business unit in an emerging market. Reis built his career during his tenure at Danone, where he held several senior executive positions within Worldwide Operations from 1996 to 2014. Most recently, Reis served as managing director of Danone South Africa. Prior to that, Reis worked at Mars Inc. and Bain & Co. in various business roles from 1986 to 1996.
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Crossmark names Ben Fischer CEO
PLANO, Texas — Crossmark, a sales and marketing services company, has named Ben Fischer CEO.
He most recently served as Crossmark’s president and COO. He succeeds Joe Crafton, who is retiring after 26 years of service with the company. Fischer will assume his new role as CEO, effective April 7.
“Ben and I have worked together for 25 years as rusted colleagues, partners and friend, and his commitment to our company, clients and customers has been instrumental in the growth of Crossmark,” Crafton stated. “His deep industry knowledge and relationships as well as his tenure with the company and strong leadership make him uniquely qualified to become our next CEO.”
“We are not only a well-established, leading sales agency, but also a well-established, leading marketing services company as a result of Joe’s vision for the company,” Fischer stated. “I look forward to building on this success, and will ensure we stay focused on the core tenets of great service, great planning and great execution, while further driving the effectiveness of sales and marketing integration to benefit our clients’ businesses.”
Fischer began his career in sales with Unilever and joined Crossmark in 1990. He has held various roles within the company ranging from account executive and regional VP to president of the sales agency prior to being named COO in 2009.
Ben - Congratulations on this promotion. Well deserved. Even though it has been over 15 years since I worked with you, while I was at Bausch & Lomb, I knew then you were destined. Best Regards, Mick McCanna email@example.com