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IB Plc appoints Odulate Independent Non-Executive Director

The Board of International Breweries (IB) Plc has appointed Ms Olutoyin Mobisola Odulate as an Independent Non-Executive Director of the company.

Ms Olutoyin Mobisola Odulate “She is a seasoned Consumer Goods and FMCG senior management professional with over 16 years of multi-national corporate experience in retail management and distribution, supply chain optimisation and strategic development.

“Odulate is also versed in operational planning, risk management, business development, product development, branding and marketing across the telecoms, management consulting and Consumer Goods/FMCG industries,” the company brewers of Trophy and Budweiser Lager  said in a statement on Tuesday.

It said that she had held past senior roles, including missions at L’Oreal, MTN Nigeria & Accenture and most recently as Regional Director Anglophone West Africa at Danone ELN where she worked for 6 years.

“Toyin Odulate is a subject matter expert in retail, distribution, supply chain and cross-country regulatory management across key Sub-Saharan African markets.

“She is also well-versed with matching international best practices and standards to local complex environments through past detailed assignments in the U.S., Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa.

“Odulate is currently the Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Olori Beauty Enterprise Ltd., an African multi-brand cosmetics manufacturing start-up, based out of Lagos, Nigeria,” the statement said.

Her Company, Olori Cosmetics, was recently featured and awarded in the Companies to Inspire Africa 2019 report by the London Stock Exchange Group.

“Toyin is also a Non-Executive Director at Afrinvest West Africa Limited. Her experience will be of immense value to the Board of Directors of International Breweries Plc,” the statement added.===NAN


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