Woolworths Group has announced three key leadership changes within its non-food retail and Woolworths Food Company businesses.
Von Ingram has been named Managing Director of the Group’s non-food retail businesses including BIG W, the recently acquired MyDeal, HealthyLife and PetCulture.
Ingram joined Woolworths Group as Chief Transformation Officer in July 2018, leading the Group’s transformation and customer first strategy and more recently having responsibility for the Metro convenience business and the Group’s accelerator businesses including HealthyLife and PetCulture. She is also a director of Quantium.
The Group has also announced that it is bringing the Woolworths Food Company (Woolworths own and exclusive brand food business) together with Greenstock (upstream meat business), the PFD Food Services partnership and Australian Grocery Wholesalers under the leadership of Managing Director, Guy Brent.
Brent has led the Woolworths Food Company since 2019 and previously held senior roles within Endeavour Drinks.
Woolworths Group has also appointed Daniel Hake as Managing Director of BIG W. Hake joined Woolworths Group in May 2018 and was most recently Commercial Director, Merchandising and Customer Value in Woolworths Supermarkets. Prior to that he was General Manager, Customer Transformation and Digital Strategy for WooliesX and Woolworths Group.