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March 2014

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14 / the tasting panel / march 2014 A s the beverage industry's largest career network, BevForce knows who's coming and who's going at the leading global beverage companies. BevForce is the only beverage industry staffing agency providing both an online job board and executive recruiting services. Visit to sign up for the Movers & Shakers newsletter or to report your job move or recent hire. Sami Salman has been named Senior Director of Procurement at Southern Wine & Spirits. He had been VP, Operations / Supply Chain Director Americas at Bacardi. Hugues Pietrini has been named EVP of Distribution at Moët Hennessy. He had been CEO of France and Belgium at Orangina Schweppes. Eric Vallat has been named CEO at Rémy Martin. He had been Chairman at Bonpoint. Gregory Fitch has been named Regional Manager, Control States at Anchor Distilling Co. He had been President at Great Estates Inc. Richard Lindsay has been named CEO at Tuthilltown Spirits. He had been Consultant and Certified Public Accountant at Lindsay CPA LLC. Jean-Marc Gallot has been named EVP of Brands at Moët Hennessy. He had been Managing Director at Fendi. Nuno Teles has been named Chief Marketing Officer at HEINEKEN USA. He had been Chief Marketing Officer at Heineken Brazil. Jill Sites has been named Craft Beer Sales Manager at Missouri Beverage. She had been Chief of Operations at Greenbush Brewing Company. Chris Ferraro has been named Massachusetts Field Sales Manager at Barton & Guestier/Patriarche. He had been Sales & Marketing Director at Rolivia, Inc. Mike Brown has been named Regional State Manager-(IL/MN/WI) at Lucas Bols USA. He had been Regional On Premise Account Manager at Diageo-Guinness. Movers & Shakers Revise Those Resolutions With New Year's resolutions starting to lose steam as winter rolls along, you'll want to remember why you made goals to start the New Year in the first place. Whether it was to get a promotion, find a new job or create a work/life balance, sometimes you have to reestablish your goals (and stick to them) with a few simple steps: • Set realistic, achievable goals—excitement can skew the initial timeline or viability of your original goals. Instead of focusing on the final outcome, try breaking it down into small, achievable steps and celebrate each success. Remember . . . Rome wasn't built in a day and your career won't be either! • Wake up 15 minutes earlier than you usually would to create a list of objectives for the day. You may find that it will keep you on track and help your prioritize throughout the day. • Shut down! When you leave work, be sure to really take a break. Try not to check email while at home. You can't be in full-force 24 hours a day—recoup at night to start an even more productive tomorrow. CAREER CORNER

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