“Intelligence, drive, tenacity and a bit of good luck, are all part of a successful career.”
Princeton, N.J. (PRWEB) December 01, 2011
FoodAndBeveragePeople.com, after careful review of the predictive report developed by THE WEEK Magazine and Beresford Research -- which identified the executives most likely to become CEOs in the future, determined the food and beverage professionals included on the broad list were worth following.
With detailed knowledge of the food and beverage industry, the website reviewed the 2000 business leaders who were on the list and selected those currently employed by companies that derive their main revenues from manufacturing or distributing food and beverage products. Since launching earlier this year, FoodAndBeveragePeople.com has been publishing promotions, board member appointments and company transfers within its Recent Moves section. As an added task, while uncovering the daily news, the website will monitor this group of talented individuals and publish updated bios for these business leaders as they continue to grow professionally.
Gigi Cohen, publisher of FoodAndBeveragePeople.com said recently, “Intelligence, drive, tenacity and a bit of good luck, are all part of a successful career.” While acknowledging the website is unable to do much about an individual’s luck, Cohen said, “By publishing an exhaustive range of current job openings, industry news, ongoing success stories and free web-based job hunting tools, FoodAndBeveragePeople.com provides meaningful business intelligence and career blueprints, enabling our audience to focus their efforts on achieving their current goals while contemplating long-term professional fulfillment.”
The full list of food and beverage industry leaders that are most likely to become CEOs, as well as an updated biography of Denise Morrison, who became CEO of Campbell Soup Company after the research was finalized, is available on the site.
About the website: FoodAndBeveragePeople.com (food and beverage people dot com) is for and about the people that drive the food and beverage industry in the United States. Industry professionals at every stage of their career will find job listings, news, newsmakers and industry trends to inform their business and career decisions. Individuals needing to keep up with the vast food and beverage industry, but with little time to spare can sign up on the site for free e-mail newsletter service or follow us on http://twitter.com/foodandbevbiz.
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