Mars Wrigley names new global president
Mars Inc. has tapped marketing veteran Andrew Clarke as the new global president of its Mars Wrigley Confectionery business.
Clarke joined Mars in 2000 and has served as Mars Wrigley’s Confectionery’s chief marketing officer for the past three years.
He will assume his new role in September, replacing Martin Radvan who is retiring after 32 years at the company.
Radvan helped lead the merger between Mars Chocolate and Wrigley in October 2016.
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"Andrew is the right person to lead Mars Wrigley Confectionery into its next chapter. His track record for driving ambitious change while delivering results is the fuel our business needs to thrive in an ever-changing consumer and retail landscape," said Grant F. Reid, CEO of Mars, Incorporated.
“Andrew brings great global perspective, combined with a principled approach to leadership and passion for engaging and inspiring teams."
Speaking about his new role, Clarke added: "I am delighted to have the opportunity to lead this iconic business with some of the world's most loved brands and to drive growth with our talented associates, customers and partners."
According to Euromonitor, Mars Wrigley is the world’s biggest confectionery company with 12.8% global market share.