Campaign India Team
Aug 21, 2009

Coca-Cola India gets Ricardo Fort as VP, marketing

Coca-Cola has announced the appointment of Ricardo Fort as vice president, marketing for its India and South West Asia operations. Fort joins from Coca-Cola Brazil where he was the marketing director, thus filling in the spot left vacant by Venkatesh Kini who moved to Atlanta as global vice-president, juice marketing, Coca Cola.

Coca-Cola India gets Ricardo Fort as VP, marketing
Coca-Cola has announced the appointment of Ricardo Fort as vice president, marketing for its India and South West Asia operations. Fort joins from Coca-Cola Brazil where he was the marketing director, thus filling in the spot left vacant by Venkatesh Kini who moved to Atlanta as global vice-president, juice marketing, Coca Cola.

Fort started his career with Unilever in January 1994 as brand manager. He then moved to Kellogg's as senior brand manager in November 1995. Fort joined The Coca-Cola Company in August 1998 as the senior brand manager for Sprite and has been with the company since then.

In his last assignment in Brazil, Fort launched the ‘Coke Side of Life’ campaign and also spearheaded the launch of Coca-Cola Zero.

Ricardo has a Bachelor's degree in civil engineering and an MBA in marketing.
 

 

 

 

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