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Mark Schneider

8 July 2021 in CEO Dialogue podcast series

As CEO of Nestlé, Mark Schneider is arguably the most powerful man in the food and beverage industry. And, as he reveals to IMD President Jean-François Manzoni in the latest episode of...

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Mark Schneider is arguably the most powerful man in the food and beverage industry. As CEO of Nestlé, he oversees the biggest company in the sector – with 270,000 employees, a $350 billion market cap, and a gigantic portfolio of brands that includes everything from Perrier to Purina.

It would be simple to keep things moving in the same direction. But, as the softly-spoken German-American reveals to IMD President Jean-François Manzoni, the company is approaching a once-in-a-generation moment of change.

Among key takeaways in this episode, discover why Schneider thinks recovery from the pandemic will be a several-year process; what the future of nutrition could look like; and why decision-making remains the hardest part of his job.

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