Company Overview of Daymon Worldwide, Inc.
Daymon Worldwide, Inc. provides consumables retailing services. The company primarily engages in branding, sourcing, and commercializing customized retail solutions. It offers private brand development services, which include private brand strategy, private brand program management, category analytics and insights, product development and sourcing, supplier development and management, and more; and strategy and branding services that include brand identity and packaging design, shopper marketing, digital and social media, and custom research, as well as brand, retail, and portfolio strategy. The company also provides sourcing and logistics comprising supply chain optimization, consolidation ...
700 Fairfield Avenue
Stamford, CT 06902
Founded in 1970
Key Executives for Daymon Worldwide, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
President of Retail Services and International (Asia)
President of International
President of North America Private Brand
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Daymon Worldwide, Inc. Key Developments
Daymon Worldwide Announces Executive Changes, with Effect from March 3, 2016
Jan 7 16
James D. White, Chairman, President and CEO of Jamba Inc. has been elected Non-Executive Chairman of the Daymon Worldwide Board of Directors, effective March 3, 2016. White will succeed longtime Daymon board member Ron Daitz in the Non-Executive Chairman role. Daitz, the former Senior Partner in the Institutional Finance practice at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, remains a Director of Daymon Worldwide. White joined the Daymon board in 2010 and has served as Chairman of the Leadership Development and Compensation Committee since 2011.
Daymon Worldwide Announces Executive Changes
Aug 6 15
The Board of Directors of Daymon Worldwide announced the appointment of Jim Holbrook as Chief Executive Officer of Daymon Worldwide, effective September 1, 2015. Holbrook also joins the Daymon Board of Directors. Holbrook succeeds Carla Cooper, who earlier this year informed the Board of Directors of her intention to retire. Cooper will actively support the CEO transition process and remain in an advisory capacity until the end of 2016. All of her direct reports will report directly to Holbrook. Holbrook’s most recent leadership experience was at Post Holdings, which he joined in 2011 when it was spun off from Ralcorp. He was named President of Post Foods, the cereal business, in 2012, and in 2014 was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Post Consumer Brands. Holbrook left Ralston Purina in 1996 to become CEO of Zipatoni. In 2005, Holbrook was recruited for the CEO role at EMAK. Before leaving for Post Holdings, Holbrook launched a new agency at EMAK (called Neighbor) that was focused on socially-conscious companies and products.
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