Search Result : Muhtar Kent News

Coca-Cola reports 22% growth in India in Q3

By exchange4media News Service | Oct 16, 2013

This marks Coca-Cola India's 29th consecutive quarter of growth, 19 of which are in double digits. The beverage company has also garnered 6% volume growth in India

Strong Q3 growth for Coca-Cola; India volumes up 19 pc

By exchange4media News Service | Oct 19, 2011

The India volume for Coca-Cola grew 19 per cent in the third quarter, the beverage company’s 21st consecutive quarter of growth, with strong 19 per cent growth in sparkling beverages, led by integrated marketing programmes across music, sports and reality media programming.

International: Advertisers ready for age of austerity

By Source: Advertising Age | Jul 22, 2008

Amid roiling financial markets, who's who of blue-chip marketers are making moves to slash marketing spending. Among them are five major companies that together contribute more than $10 billion to the US ad economy: General Motors Corp., Procter & Gamble Co., Anheuser-Busch, Coca-Cola Co. and Nissan.

Coca-Cola India celebrates India@60 with special edition of Limca Book of Records

By exchange4media News Service | Sep 27, 2007

Commemorating 60 years of India’s Independence, Coca-Cola India has launched ‘India Extraordinaire, 60 Years, 60 Luminaries’, a special edition of the Limca Book of Records. The first-of-its-kind book catalogues the contribution of 60 Indians who have made a significant contribution to the country.

International: Coca-Cola names Muhtar Kent President-COO
Prompts predictions that Marketing Head Mary Minnick will leave the company

By exchange4media News Service | Dec 09, 2006

Coca-Cola Co. elevated Muhtar Kent to president-chief operating officer Dec. 7, effective immediately, fueling speculation that Mary Minnick, president-marketing, strategy and innovation, likely would leave the marketer. Mr. Kent assumes the No. 2 executive post left vacant by Steve Heyer in June 2004.

Parent's keeping watch on Coke

By Source: The Economic Times | Jul 20, 2006

The Indian arm of Coca-Cola is increasingly coming under the parent's scanner owing to mounting losses. Company sources say, there's been hands-on involvement of the expats in Indian subsidiary unheard of earlier.

Coke shakes things up at the top

By Source: The Economic Times | Feb 09, 2006

Barely a day after The Coca-Cola Company declared the '05 annual results, highlighting the poor performance of India and the Philippines, top-level changes have begun at the Asia Pacific level.