Starbucks appoints Cranna as new UK top marketer
Starbucks has appointed internal marketing executive Ian Cranna as its new UK top marketer, replacing Brian Waring who has been promoted to an international role.
Starbucks: Ian Cranna appointed chief UK marketer
Waring, who has been with Starbucks for seven years, has been appointed vice-president of marketing, EMEA, with a broader international role.
Cranna has had a long-term career at Starbucks, working in the US and mainland Europe, as well as the UK.
He is director of blended beverage at Starbucks and has taken on Waring's former role in the past few weeks.
Cranna's previous roles include director of food and head of category at Starbucks Coffee EMEA.
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