Conor Kilduff new MD of Unilever Ireland

Conor Kilduff has over 20 years experience in the FMCG sector and will replace Ronald Drieduite who will step down from the role in May
Conor Kilduff has over 20 years experience in the FMCG sector and will replace Ronald Drieduite who will step down from the role in May

After many years with the company, Kilduff takes over as managing director of Unilever's Irish operation

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Conor Kilduff has over 20 years experience in the FMCG sector and will replace Ronald Drieduite who will step down from the role in May

Conor Kilduff has over 20 years experience in the FMCG sector and will replace Ronald Drieduite who will step down from the role in May

Conor Kilduff has been appointed managing director of Unilever Ireland.

Kilduff has over 20 years experience in the FMCG sector and will replace Ronald Drieduite who will step down from the role in May 2009.

In his new role, Kilduff will be responsible for developing Unilever’s strategy in Ireland. He began his career with CPC Foods (later Knorr Bestfoods) in 1987, working across several divisions.

Since Unilever acquired Knorr Bestfoods in late 2000, Kilduff has been food sales manager, director of the board, business unit director for foods, and marketing director for the entire Unilever portfolio in Ireland.

 

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