CCoca-Cola has appointed Dusan Stojankic as its new vice president and general manager for Great Britain and Ireland.
The company veteran who joined Coca-Cola Hellenic 19 years ago, will be involved in overseeing a wide range of brands such as Fanta and Schweppes, as well as supervising the expansion of the Coca-Cola low and zero sugar range.
“Nearly 20 years ago, I joined Coca-Cola Hellenic. I’ve been fortunate to experience a number of wonderful positions across the Coca- Cola System most recently as Vice President, Franchise Leadership for South East Europe. Today, I’m really pleased to share my next adventure, as Vice President and General Manager of Coca-Cola Great Britain & Ireland,” Stojankic wrote on social media on Thursday (22).
Stojankic’s new role will also include leading the region’s growth and helping to meet the company’s sustainable packaging targets which includes making its packaging 100 percent recyclable by 2025.
As he states on the social media, he is set to oversee a range of more than 80 products, continuing the expansion of Coca-Cola’s low and no-sugar range in Great Britain and to progress sustainable packaging initiatives as part of World Without Waste ambitions.
Prior to his new appointment, Stojankic was most recently working as the company’s vice president of franchise leadership for south east Europe.
Following several international roles within the Coca-Cola Company, Stojankic has previously taken on the position of vice president and general manager, however based in the north eastern Europe region.