Aperio grows its team of skilled FMCG consultants
May 22nd 2014, 14:52
Business consulting firm, Aperio, has welcomed Sane Mdlalose to its team of expert FMCG consultants.
Sane joins the team as an Associate Consultant, specialising in Channel Marketing and Sales. Having worked in the FMCG industry for over 18 years she brings to the team a wealth of experience in customer management, channel management, marketing, category management and general management.
Sane will be working with the Aperio team to lead Aperio’s commercial strategy, sales, route to market and channel marketing projects with clients.
Having worked on major local and international brands such as Unilever; Danone; Tiger Brands; Coca Cola and South Africa Breweries, she has earned an eminent reputation in the industry and couldn’t be more suited for her role at Aperio.
Aperio is a business consulting company focused on accelerating growth of FMCG brands in South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa. Aperio’s consulting ranges from developing and implementing business building strategies, advising on launch or expansion plans, conducting brand health interventions, rejuvenating orphan brands or implementing growth strategies for Africa. Some of its clients are Danone, Diageo, Kellogg’s, GlaxoSmithKline, Mars, and AVI.
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