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Nestlé Nigeria MD/CEO appointed second VP of NECA Lagos

Nestlé Nigeria’s Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. MauricioAlarcon has been appointed as second Vice President of Nigeria Employers Consultative Association (NECA)

The announcement was made at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the association in Lagos on Tuesday.

Mr. Alarcon has been involved in the direction of the association for the past one year as a member ofgoverning council. He will play a key role in the governing council and management committee.

Speaking during the AGM, Mr. Olusegun Oshinowo, Director General of NECA said, “Mr. Alarcon will no doubt lend his wide ranging industry experience towards enhancing NECA’s role of providing consultation and advisory  services  as well as  promoting the development of the workforce of our members and other organisations. We are happy to have him on board.”

On his part, the MD/CEO of Nestlé Nigeria said, “I am thankful for NECA Board’s vote of confidence in electing me as 2nd Vice President.  This is a welcome opportunity to continue to work within the association to meet its objectives which are aligned to our commitment at Nestlé to provide our employees with good working conditions, a safe and healthy work environment.”

An engineer by profession Mr. Mauricio ALARCÓN has over 20 years of industry experience. He started his career in an industrial group and then worked in the banking sector before joining Nestlé in 1999. He held various sales and marketing roles in Nestlé Mexico before his transfer to the Strategic Business Unit in Switzerland as Marketing Advisor. In 2004, he became the Marketing Lead for Nestlé’s Movenpick Ice Cream brand and in 2007, the Managing Director of the Ice Cream Business unit in Australia. In 2010, he moved to Egypt as Business Executive Manager for Nestlé’s Ice Cream Business in North Africa.

Before his appointment as Managing Director and CEO of Nestlé Nigeria in October 2016, Mr. Alarcon was the Managing Director of Nestlé Cote d’Ivoire from 2014 and in 2016 became the Managing Director of the Atlantic Cluster comprising Côte d’Ivoire, Sénégal, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Gambia, Mauritania and Cape Verde.

NECA is the umbrella organization of employers in the Organised Private Sector of Nigeria. It was formed in 1957 to provide the forum for the Government to consult with private sector employers on socio-economic and labour policyissues. NECA provides a platform for private sector employers to interact with the government, labour, communities andother relevant institutions in and outside Nigeria for the purpose of promoting harmonious business environment that willengender productivity and prosperity for the benefit of all.

NECA   is   committed   to   building   a  vibrant   and   sustainable   Business   Membership   Organisation   that   is responsive to the needs of its members. It works towards this commitment by providing advice, guidance,training and development programs. Since its inception, the association has grown to become the voice of business in the promotion of an enabling environment for enterprise competitiveness and growth.

Nestlé Nigeria Plc began simple trading operations in Nigeria in 1961 and has today grown  into a leading foodmanufacturing and marketing company.

Nestlé Nigeria is the biggest food company in West Africa. Nestlé Nigeriaemploys around 2,400 people and has 3 world-class factories. Nestlé Nigeria manufactures and markets a range of high quality brands including NESTLE PURE LIFE, GOLDENMORN, MILO, KITKAT, MAGGI, NESCAFÉ and CERELAC.

At Nestlé, we put people at the center of everything we do: We promote and facilitate employee growth and development. We provide our employees with good working conditions, a safe and healthy work environment.

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