PepsiCo Fortune 500 TURBO Report
PepsiCo Fortune 500 TURBO Report
Last updated: H1 2020
700 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY 10577
Sector: Consumer Defensive
Industry: Beverages - Soft Drinks
Full Time Employees: 267,000
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- Comprehensive Business Description
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- Hand curated content from selected articles, interviews, case studies, and success stories (representing dozens of hours of research)
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- Insights gleaned from technology related job descriptions
- Important excerpts and highlights from the Annual Report (10-K)
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PEPSICO EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP
|Anne Fink||President, Global Foodservice||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|Brian Newman||Executive Vice President, Finance and Operations, Latin America||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dave Yawman||Executive Vice President of Government Affairs, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|Eugene Willemsen||CEO, Sub-Saharan Africa||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Grace Puma||Executive Vice President, Global Operations||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|Hugh F. Johnston||Vice Chairman and CFO||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jim Andrew||Executive Vice President, SodaStream, Beyond the Bottle, and New Ventures||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|Jody Davids||Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jon Banner||Executive Vice President, Global Communications and President, PepsiCo Foundation||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|Kirk Tanner||CEO, PepsiCo Beverages North America||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Luis Montoya||President, Latin America Beverages||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|Marie Gallagher||Senior Vice President and Controller||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mike Spanos||CEO, Asia, Middle East and North Africa||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|Paula Santilli||CEO, Latin America||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ram Krishnan||Global Chief Commercial Officer||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|Ramon Laguarta||Chairman and CEO||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|René Lammers||Executive Vice President and Chief Science Officer||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|Roberto Martínez||President, PepsiCo Mexico Foods||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ronald Schellekens||Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|Silviu Popovici||CEO, Europe||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Simon Lowden||President, PepsiCo Global Foods||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|Steven Williams||CEO, PepsiCo Foods North America||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Umran Beba||Chief Global Diversity and Engagement Officer||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
PEPSICO BOARD OF DIRECTORS
|Alberto Weisser||Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Bunge Limited||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Cesar Conde||Chairman, NBCUniversal International Group and NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|Daniel Vasella||Former Chairman and CEO, Novartis AG||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Darren Walker||President, Ford Foundation||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|David C. Page||Director and President, the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research; Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dina Dublon||Former Executive Vice President and CFO, JP Morgan Chase & Co.||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|Ian M. Cook||Executive Chairman, Colgate-Palmolive Company||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Michelle Gass||CEO, Kohl's Corporation||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|Ramon Laguarta||Chairman and Chief Executive Officer||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Richard W. Fisher||Former President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|Robert C. Pohlad||President, Dakota Holdings, LLC||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Shona L. Brown||Independent Advisor; Former Senior Advisor to Google Inc.||PepsiCoemail@example.com|
|William R. Johnson||Operating Partner, Global Retail and Consumer, Advent International Corporation; Former Chairman, President and CEO, H.J. Heinz Company||PepsiCofirstname.lastname@example.org|
7 KEYS TO OPEN DOORS AT PEPSICO
Scannell planning to build $14.5M distribution facility for PepsiCo
- A local industrial developer plans to develop a $14.5 million distribution and warehousing facility for PepsiCo Inc on the city’s southeast side. Scannell Properties will construct a 200,000-square-foot facility at 700 S. Post Road and make upgrades in public infrastructure as part of the development.
- The Indianapolis-based firm is expected to ask the city for an eight-year tax abatement of $1.4 million for the project.
- The warehouse would be constructed for PepsiCo subsidiary P-America LLC, which has multiple facilities around Indianapolis.
- P-America is expected to sign a 10-year lease for the entire facility, with most of the space being used for warehousing and distribution. About 13,000 square feet of the building will be used as office space.
PepsiCo, Inc. is acquiring a major stake in Natural Food International Holding Ltd.
- PepsiCo, Inc. is acquiring a major stake in Natural Food International Holding Ltd., a natural foods company based in Shenzhen, China, in a transaction valued at $131 million.
- Natural Food, through its subsidiaries, manufactures and sells grain, nut and berry food products with a focus on grain-based premium nutrition powder. It is China’s second largest natural food producer by retail sales and offers products under the Wugu Mofang (五谷磨房) brand. The company said PepsiCo struck a deal to purchase 25.85% of the business, equivalent to 566.6 million shares, at a price of HK$1.80 per share.
- Ram Krishnan, Chief Executive Officer of PepsiCo Greater China said that Natural Food International has a strong growth and profitability track record. “Our investment marks an important step in our commitment to grow 'in China, for China,’” he said.
PepsiCo Inc. has agreed to buy South Africa’s Pioneer Foods Group Ltd. for $1.7 billion
- PepsiCo Inc. looks to build up its business in sub-Saharan Africa.
- Pioneer Foods is one of South Africa’s largest producers and distributors of branded food and beverage products, and PepsiCo said it planned to use that market presence as a beachhead for expansion across the continent.
- “We believe that the African continent represents a tremendous growth opportunity” – Eugene Willemsen, PepsiCo’s newly appointed Chief Executive for sub-Saharan Africa.
PepsiCo Aims to Build 5.1 Billion Rupee Snack Factory in India
- PepsiCo Inc. aims to invest about 5.1 billion rupees ($74 million) for a new snack factory in India, as it tries to double business in the country by 2022.
- The investment is planned over three years in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
PepsiCo is laying off corporate employees as the company commits to millions of dollars in severance pay, restructuring, and 'relentlessly automating'
- PepsiCo has kicked off a round of layoffs as it begins a four-year restructuring plan expected to cost hundreds of millions of dollars in severance pay.
- PepsiCo employees in offices including Plano, Texas, and the company's headquarters in Purchase, New York, were alerted that they were being laid off
- By PepsiCo's estimates, the company's layoffs are expected to be a multimillion-dollar project in 2019.
- PepsiCo announced in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it expected to incur $2.5 billion in pretax restructuring costs through 2023, with 70% of charges linked to severance and other employee costs. The company is also planning to close factories, with an additional 15% tied to plant closures and "related actions."
PepsiCo to invest $4 billion in Mexico
- PepsiCo, Inc. has announced plans to invest $4 billion in Mexico between 2019 and 2020 as part of a broad growth initiative focused on four strategic pillars.
- First, the company has its sights set on development of a single agricultural model that benefits the production chain. The PepsiCo Mexico System, which comprises PepsiCo Alimentos Mexico (PepsiCo Mexico Foods, PMF) and its strategic partner Grupo Gepp, plans to invest more than $1 billion in local raw materials, such as potatoes, corn and sugar, from small, medium and large producers.
- Second, PepsiCo said it will look to strengthen its infrastructure to maximize production capacity. The company said PMF intends to invest $109 million in Mexico’s first new plant in 20 years. The facility, which will be located in Guanajuato, will make a variety of PepsiCo snacks, including Doritos, Sabritas and Cheetos. The facility is expected to create an additional 1,000 jobs when it reaches full capacity in 2025.
PepsiCo IT Facts
- India will be a global IT Technology Hub for PepsiCo. The global IT Technology Hub in India will play a significant role in the delivery of IT services across all five of the global capability teams:
- Chief Technology Office (CTO)
- Global IT Operations
- Global Information Security
- Global Development & Delivery
- Strategy, Planning & Transformation