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New Managing Director For Heineken Ireland

New Managing Director For Heineken Ireland
October 03
09:46 2013

Maggie Timoney (pictured) has been appointed managing director of Heineken Ireland, the leading lager company on the island of Ireland. She succeeds David Forde who was appointed managing director of Heineken UK in May.

A fifteen year veteran of Heineken, Maggie Timoney previously served as chief people officer at Heineken USA (since 2010), during a period that saw a significant turnaround in its business. In her prior role as general manager of Heineken Canada (2006-2010), she drove substantial growth of the Heineken brand, resulting in Canada becoming one of the brand’s top ten markets in the world.

Maggie Timoney previously fulfilled a range of leadership roles for Heineken in the Netherlands (2001-2006) and in the US where she commenced her career in 1998 as national sales planning manager.

Heineken Ireland (which covers the Northern Ireland market)  is the leading lager company in the Irish marketplace. The brewery’s portfolio includes Ireland’s number one lager- Heineken, Coors Light, Amstel, Fosters, Beamish Stout, Murphy’s Stout, and a full range of specialty beers, which includes Desperados, Paulaner, Moretti, Sol, Tiger and Zywiec.

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