New managing director for Unilever Ireland

Conor Kilduff has been appointed as managing director of Unilever Ireland, it was announced today.

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

Commenting on his appointment, Kilduff said: "I am delighted to take up this position and look forward to playing an active role in continuing to drive and grow Unilever’s strategy in Ireland.

"I am confident that the first class product offering and expertise that the Unilever team in Ireland has will help us to continue to grow in the Irish market."

Dave Lewis, Chairman Unilever UK & Ireland added: "I am delighted to welcome Conor as the new Managing Director of Unilever in Ireland. I am sure he will be a powerful and passionate leader of our business in the Irish market."

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