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Westfalia Fruit Group appoints new Chief People Officer

The Westfalia Fruit Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Guido Paolucci as Chief People Officer effective from 4th January 2023.

Guido brings his extensive experience developed across multiple global and diverse businesses like Pladis, Philip Morris International and Ericsson Telecommunications. His HR leadership is focused on creating people centric organisations where equity, inclusion and diversity are an integral part of the business. Designing people strategies with focus on talent development and organizational and cultural transformation sit at the core of his vision.

Guido will be joining the Westfalia global leadership team and will be intrinsic in delivering key initiatives over the coming years. Through dynamic Group-wide strategies, Guido will be driving Westfalia’s People’s development agenda and will play a vital role in leading change management activities across the Westfalia group.

“I am very happy to be joining Westfalia Fruit Group at this point in its journey, Westfalia has a rich heritage of over 70 years, and I am excited to be part of its next chapter. With experience of working with several global organisations and their enriching diversity of cultures, I look forward to working with the Westfalia team to support our ambitious growth strategy,” says Guido.

Alk Brand, Westfalia Group CEO adds, “As the pioneer in the avocado industry, Westfalia colleagues are the most important resource we have, Guido and his team are key to driving Westfalia People’s development agenda and continue to honour the legacy of our founder, Dr Merensky, To Do Good.” 

For more information:
Janine Hatfield
Westfalia Fruit
Tel: +44 7999 115476

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