Guinness Ghana appoints two new board members

Guinness Ghana Breweries Limited (GGBL) has announced the appointment of Mrs Ngozi Aghomi as an Executive Director and Mr Andrew Cowan as a Non-Executive Director to the Board, effective 23rd February 2021.

Mrs Ngozi Aghomi is a Supply Chain Talent who successfully managed Nestlé’s Agbara factory supply Chain for years, the largest Nestle factory in Africa and the third-largest in Nestle, globally.

She has more than 13 years of working experience in various Supply Chain and Sales support functions, including as Head of Customer Service, Distribution & logistics, Import & Export.

Mrs Aghomi also worked in Operational Procurement, Production Planning & Detailed Scheduling (PPDS), Marketing/Sales support service, Field Sales Projects, 3PL sourcing and management and General Supply Chain Management.

She holds an Executive MBA from Lagos Business School, Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos, Nigeria 2014.

Her qualifications include MSc. Computer Science from the University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria 2010. BSc; Computer Science University of Benin, Benin-City, Second Class (Hons.) Upper Division 2003.

On the other hand, Mr Andrew Cowan is an international, broad and driven business leader with a strong record of success.

He is experienced in FMCG, BWS and OTC Healthcare markets, Commercial  management, General management and CEO roles in three major
blue-chip organizations in UK, Republic of Ireland and East Africa.

He holds a Business & Finance HND with distinction.

His O’ level subject were English, Mathematics, History, Geography, Computer Studies, Art and General Studies.

He attended the Denes High School, Yarmouth Road, Lowestoft, and Suffolk.

About 

Established in 1960, GGBL has a collection of brands across a range of categories, including beer, stout and spirits.

In 2015, the company introduced Orijin Bitters to the Ghanaian market and has since developed variants such as the non-alcoholic Orijin Zero and Orijin Herbal Gin.

In a fast-paced and dynamic market, they have also introduced plastic packaging for Malta Guinness, Alvaro and Orijin Zero to meet growing consumer demand for convenience.

At the same time, they work to ensure alcohol can be enjoyed as part of a balanced lifestyle through a range of initiatives and programmes that tackle misuse and promote moderation.

GGBL says it is committed to having a positive impact where it operates and is proud of its work to address issues such as water efficiency, carbon emissions, inclusion and diversity.

They are inspired by programmes such as Water of Life, which has reached more than 700,000 people in over 70 communities in the last 10 years.

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