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The Coca-Cola Company
One Coca-Cola Plaza
Atlanta, GA 30313
United States
Main Phone: (404) 676-2121

Ticker Symbol: (KO)
Industry Sector: Consumer, Beverages
Full Time Employees: 79,000

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Coca-Cola Fortune 500 Rank: #93

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The Coca-Cola Org Chart Corporate Structure

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Who are the decision makers at Coca-Cola?

 Coca-Cola Org Chart Executive Leadership

Coca-Cola Org Chart Executive Leadership Slide 2

James Quincey
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

John Murphy
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Brian Smith
President and Chief Operating Officer

Manuel Arroyo
Global Chief Marketing Officer

Stacy Apter
Vice President, Corporate Treasurer

Barry Ballow
Vice President, Internal Audit

Henrique Braun
President, Latin America

Selman Careaga
President, Global Coca-Cola Category

Lisa Chang
Global Chief People Officer

Monica Howard Douglas
Senior Vice President and General Counsel

Matrona Filippou
President, Hydration, Sports, Coffee and Tea Category

Jorge Garduño
President, Japan and South Korea

Jeffrey Gilbert
Vice President and Chief Security Officer

Robert Jordan, Jr.
Vice President, General Tax Counsel

Nikolaos Koumettis
President, Europe

Gilles Leclerc
Vice President and President, The McDonald’s Division
Timothy K. Leveridge
Vice President, Investor Relations

Claudia Lorenzo
President, ASEAN and South Pacific

Kathy Loveless
Vice President and Controller

Saadia Madsbjerg
Vice President, Global Community Affairs

Jennifer Mann
Senior Vice President and President of Global Ventures

Jennifer Manning
Associate General Counsel, Corporate Secretary, Mergers & Acquisitions and Eurasia/Middle East and Africa Operating Units

Larry Mark
Vice President, Global Finance Operations

Bernard McGuinness
Vice President, Global Flavor Supply

Vamsi Mohan Thati
President, Greater China and Mongolia

Robin Moore
Vice President, Services Operations

Beatriz Perez
Senior Vice President and Chief Communications, Sustainability and Strategic Partnerships Officer

Bruno Pietracci
President, Africa

Nancy Quan
Senior Vice President and Chief Technical and Innovation Officer

Marie Quintero-Johnson
Vice President and Head of Corporate Development
Mark Randazza
Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer

Sanket Ray
President, India and Southwest Asia

Lucy Reid
Vice President, Strategic Ingredient Supply

Alfredo Rivera
President, North America

Sedef Salingan Sahin
President, Nutrition, Juice, Dairy and Plant Category

Barry Simpson
Senior Vice President and Chief Platform Services Officer

Evguenia Stoichkova
President, Eurasia & Middle East

Jasmin Vinculado
President, Sparkling Flavors Category

Khalil Younes
President, Emerging Category

Ashna Zaheer
Assistant Corporate Secretary & Senior Legal Counsel, Head of Securities and Capital Markets

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Who serves on Coca-Cola’s Board of Directors?
Coca-Cola Org Chart Board of Directors

Herb Allen
President, Allen & Co. LLC

Marc Bolland
Chairman, Blackstone Europe

Ana Botín
Executive Chair, Banco Santander, S.A.

Chris Davis
Chairman, Davis Selected Advisers-NY, Inc.

Barry Diller
Chairman of the Board and Senior Executive, IAC/InterActiveCorp and Expedia Group, Inc.

Carolyn Everson
Former President of Instacart

Helene D. Gayle
Chief Executive Officer, The Chicago Community Trust
Alexis M. Herman
Chair and Chief Executive Officer, New Ventures LLC

Maria Elena Lagomasino
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner, WE Family Offices, and Lead Independent Director

James Quincey
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Coca-Cola Company

Caroline Tsay
Chief Executive Officer and Director, Compute Software, Inc.

David B. Weinberg
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Judd Enterprises, Inc.

How has The Coca-Cola Company positioned itself for growth in 2022 and beyond?

Coca-Cola Q2 2022 Earnings Slide on Growth

Coca-Cola has used its key strengths to position itself for growth. Innovation, Marketing, Revenue Growth Management, and Execution are four areas of strength.

Where is Coca-Cola investing in their business?


Coca-Cola Restructures Platform Services
Sept 2022
The Coca-Cola Company is restructuring its platform services organization, splitting the leadership responsibilities in two. First announced in 2020, the platform services organization was developed as part of a larger Coca-Cola initiative to build a networked global organization that focused on marrying the beverage giant’s scale with deeper, local knowledge. Platform services supports the structure by providing efficiencies involving data management, consumer analytics, digital commerce, and social/digital hubs, while working in partnership with Coca-Cola bottlers. Barry Simpson, who has been involved with the Coca-Cola ecosystem for 14 years, will step down as chief platform services officer at the end of the month, and the group will be restructured under Neeraj Tolmare, Coca-Cola global CIO, and a second executive, to be named later. Tolmare will lead digital and technology services, while the second exec will lead the other services teams. Both will report to John Murphy starting Oct. 1, when Murphy succeeds the retiring Brian Smith to become president and CFO.

The networked global organization change, which also significantly impacted Coca-Cola marketing structure and strategy, remains a work in progress, James Quincey, Coca-Cola chairman and CEO, said at the Barclays Global Consumer Staples Conference this week. It was implemented during the height of pandemic disruption, a moment that he said provided an opportunity to distract from growth as they were more focused on keeping the supply chain running vs. growing. “As we've told before, I'm not a believer in perfect worlds and there's no perfect organization, so there'll always be things to improve,” he noted. “I think the nine operating units are working well. I think [we’ve] done a great job in standing up platform services. We know we've got bids that we need to continue to improve, and we'll work on that in the coming months.” Regarding the marketing effectiveness, Quincey pointed to “tremendous uptick” they’ve seen in consumer engagement with some of their newest innovations, including Coca-Coa Starlight. “It's starting to work,” he added. “It's a huge system and a huge organization. So, it was always going to take years to see the full benefits from through, but I don't think we should consider them as benefits on top of some ongoing number. They're all about continuing to keep us at that kind of optimal level of performance.”
Key Contact: Neeraj Tolmare, Coca-Cola global CIO

Coca-Cola bottlers aim to develop technology to capture CO2 and convert it into sugar
Aug 2022
In 2020, Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) committed to reducing net emissions across its value chain by 30% by 2030, before bringing them to net-zero by 2040. At the time, CCEP said in a statement that it is ready to go further and faster after reducing value chain emissions by 30.5% since 2010. Going further and faster has seen its Ventures arm (CCEP Ventures) collaborate with the University of California, Berkeley (UCB) to explore novel methods of capturing carbon and then using it as a feedstock. Speaking exclusively with edie, Craig Twyford, Head of CCEP Ventures, stated that this project (which will originally last three years) would enable the firm to support scientists and experts to hopefully deliver a viable, onsite method to capture carbon emissions from facilities and then use them in products in a bid to drive down emissions. “I think this is incredibly exciting,” Twyford told edie. “It’s a big picture idea, but if we start thinking of carbon as not just a problem but also as a feedstock, then there’s a lot of things we can start to change. “The way I envisage it, but obviously there’s many twists and turns along the way, is that we’d ideally be able to fit direct air capture units to each of our sites that draws down the carbon in a cost-effective and efficient way. The biggest impact will probably be if we can use this to carbonate our drinks and produce sugar, but it could have impact elsewhere.”

What are the Coca-Cola Executives saying about business performance?


Coca-Cola Q2 2022 Earnings Call Highlights
Jul 26, 2022

Executives in Attendance
• Tim Leveridge -- Vice President of Investor Relations, Financial Planning, and Analysis
• James Quincey -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
• John Murphy -- Chief Financial Officer

Comments from James Quincey -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer:

James Quincy CEO Coca-Cola

“In the second quarter, we delivered strong performance by continuing to execute on our growth strategy. our industry remained robust, and we gained both volume and value share in the quarter. Our first half 2022 results and the resiliency of our business give us confidence to raise our top-line guidance.”

“This is offsetting the meaningful increases in costs and currency headwinds to hold our bottom line U.S. dollar outlook of 5% to 6% growth, even as we accelerate investments in our business to drive future growth. These results are enabled by our organization's purpose-led culture, strong alignment with our bottling partners, and the dedication and flexibility of our people while driving our growth agenda.”

“Digital initiatives remained strong and grow as merchandise value of our eB2B marketplace businesses were up approximately 50% sequentially. We accelerated cooler placement, reduced retail out of stocks, and continued building RGM capability across markets. In Eurasia and Middle East, amid an unprecedented inflationary environment, the industry is growing, and the recovery of the on-premise channel is driving our growth. Through the FIFA World Cup Proputor, we leveraged the iconic Coca-Cola trademark to generate significant media traction across the markets.”

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What does Coca-Cola's financial performance look like?

Coca-Cola Financial Performance 2021

Fiscal Year

Fiscal Year Ends 31-Dec-21
Most Recent Quarter 1-Jul-22


Profit Margin 23.16%
Operating Margin 28.75%

Management Effectiveness

Return on Assets 8.10%
Return on Equity 39.21%

Income Statement

Revenue $41.32 Billion
Revenue Per Share 9.55
Quarterly Revenue Growth 11.80%
Gross Profit 23.3B
Net Income Avi to Common 9.57B
Diluted EPS 2.2
Quarterly Earnings Growth -27.90%

Balance Sheet

Total Cash 11.62B
Total Cash Per Share 2.69
Total Debt 42.82B
Total Debt/Equity 172.63
Current Ratio 1.13
Book Value Per Share 5.32

Cash Flow Statement

Operating Cash Flow 11.65B
Levered Free Cash Flow 7.48B

Please reference The Coca-Cola Company Annual Report (2021).

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Is Coca-Cola's ESG Strategy linked to Executive Compensation?
Yes, Coca-Cola’s ESG goals are not only embedded in its operations, but they believe are key drivers of future growth. Tying ESG goals to executive compensation has been a priority for Coca-Cola. To reinforce this objective, they approved plans to link ESG performance measures to their annual incentive and long-term incentive programs for executives. They believe the selected areas of focus align to Coca-Cola's priority issues and reinforce accountability in both the short- and long-term for their executives.


What are the elements of Coca-Cola's Executive Compensation Plan and Bonus Structure?
Coca-Cola's five key objectives are designed to align everyone in the organization, including their executives, on the behaviors that will drive sustainable growth. Their leaders delivered on these five key objectives in 2021 to help the Company emerge stronger.

Coca-Cola Executive Compensation Five Elements

Where is Coca-Cola utilizing cloud technologies?

Global Separations Operations Consultant
Location: Escazu, San Jose CR
Additional Locations: Warsaw, Mazowieckie, PL
This role provides Advanced Care global support for employees, retirees, managers, and Strategic Business Partners/Human Resources. Serves as primary contact to resolve escalated issues, implement Severance policy, employee separations and Total Rewards programs. This position is in Warsaw, Poland or San Jose, Costa Rica. Responsible for providing a best-in-class employee experience for by personally assisting them through sensitive and complex events including (but not limited to) separation & retirement.
Technologies in use: Workday, Salesforce, Microsoft Excel

SAP Production Execution IT Lead
Location: Singapore, SG
Additional Locations: Atlanta, GA, US
The SAP Production Execution IT Lead is accountable for managing the project design, delivery and deployment of solution related to Production Execution and MES systems. At this moment the Coca-Cola Company is implementing the SAP S/4 Hana solution globally in all Business entities, including Concentrate, Bottlers, Copackers and Flavor manufacturing. Each deployment requires the evaluation and development of plant specific solutions in relation to production execution processes and integration points. The MES systems are unique to each plant configuration and require integration to the main S/4 solutions. 
Technologies in use:
Full Cycle SAP ECC and S/4 Hana Implementation and testing processes, Full Cycle implementations of SAP MII

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