Within the subsequent episode of Comparably and Entrepreneur’s Management Classes collection, host Jason Nazar speaks with a lady shattering the glass ceiling of an trade dominated by males, Maggie Timoney of HEINEKEN USA — the nation’s main high-end beer importer and a subsidiary of Heineken Worldwide. From a single brewery in Amsterdam almost 150 years in the past, HEINEKEN has grown into a worldwide enterprise and importer of the world’s most beneficial premium beer manufacturers (Dos Equis, Tecate, Amstel, Pink Stripe and extra). In 1933, Heineken® grew to become the primary imported beer to re-enter the US market after Prohibition and at present, proudly employs over 400 staff throughout the nation. Timoney will share how she led the corporate by means of the pandemic and probably the most worthwhile management classes from her 25-year-career, together with:
· The worth of gaining cross-functional expertise
· Innovation & rethinking advertising and experiential methods following the pandemic
· Taking an inclusion-first method to constructing a welcoming office
· Preserving flexibility & adaptability within the post-pandemic office
· Why expertise is a high C-suite precedence for the way forward for meals & beverage
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In regards to the Speaker:
Maggie Timoney has been CEO of HEINEKEN USA since September 2018. Her profession with the corporate started in 1998 as a Nationwide Gross sales Planning Supervisor for HEINEKEN USA and she or he has held a number of world and administration positions since, together with GM for Canada, SVP of HR within the U.S., and CEO for HEINEKEN Eire. The Eire native acquired each her BA and MBA from Iona School in New York.
Jason Nazar is co-founder/CEO of Comparably, a number one office tradition and compensation website. A serial entrepreneur, investor and advisor, he was beforehand co-founder/CEO of Docstoc (acquired by Intuit). Jason was named one in all LA Enterprise Journal’s Most Admired CEOs and appointed Entrepreneur in Residence for town of Los Angeles in 2016. The LA native acquired his BA from UC Santa Barbara and each his JD and MBA from Pepperdine College.