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Anu Ora appointed to head Apetit Group’s Food Business

August 10, 2015
Food & Drink
Anu Ora has been appointed Director of the Apetit Group’s Food Business and a member of the Group’s Corporate Management as of 17 August 2015. She will report directly to Juha Vanhainen, Group CEO.
 
Anu Ora is currently Vice President, Commercial, at Suomen Lähikauppa Oy. Previously, she worked in the same company in various management positions in category management, marketing and purchasing in 2010–2012, and in 1997–2010 in several management and consultant positions at Boston Consulting Group, the last being as Principal at its Helsinki office.
 
Group CEO Juha Vanhainen: “We are strengthening the competitiveness of our Food Business and enhancing its customer and consumer orientation in a changing operating environment. We are very pleased to have a professional like Anu Ora join the Apetit team. She has strong credentials from the Finnish retail trade, especially in managing supply chains, and extensive experience in strategic business development in international environments.”
 
The Apetit Group Corporate Management comprises Juha Vanhainen, CEO, Johanna Heikkilä, Human Resources Director, Eero Kinnunen, Chief Financial Officer, Anu Ora, Director of the Food Business, Asmo Ritala, Corporate Counsel, and Kaija Viljanen, Director of the Grains and Oilseeds Business.
 
Anu Ora will be present at the Apetit Group Interim Report news briefing for media and analysts on 12 August 2015. The invitation to the briefing was published as a stock exchange release on 5 August 2015, and this is available on the website at www.apetitgroup.fi.
 
Source: Apetit Plc

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