Heineken N.V. (HEINEKEN) has announced the appointment of Stacey Tank as Chief Corporate Affairs and Transformation Officer as of 1 June 2020.
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We are a proud, independent and responsible global brewer. Today, HEINEKEN is the number one brewer in Europe and the number two brewer in the world. We have operations in more than 70 countries globally, which makes us the world's most international brewer. In the last decade we have significantly increased our exposure to emerging markets, which will be a catalyst for our growth.
We brew great beers, we build great brands and are committed to surprising & exciting our consumers everywhere.
Cheers, and remember to always enjoy Heineken responsibly.
Brewed in Holland. Imported by Heineken USA Inc., New York, NY. ©2011 Heineken® Lager Beer.
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