Starbucks‘ chief marketing officer, Matthew Ryan, is set to depart the role in March, passing the baton over to the company’s senior vice-president of digital customer experience, Brady Brewer.
Ryan leaves after just under two years in the role. He landed the job in May 2018 after serving as global chief strategy officer for five years prior.
The marketer will “transition from Starbucks” in March and continue to work with the company as an advisor until November. The company did not comment on his next moves.
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Source: The Drum