Blackmores Announces Executive Team Changes

Sydney, Australia – Blackmores Group announced executive team changes this week,
as the company enters a new and important phase of growth across its home and
international markets.
Effective 1 May, Supriya Singh will join the company as Managing Director of
Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), responsible for driving business growth and
cementing Blackmores’ leadership in its home market. Supriya brings a wealth of
knowledge and experience to Blackmores from her 25+ years in the health, beauty
and consumer goods industries. Her career has spanned across international markets,
having held leadership roles at L’Oreal and Procter & Gamble. Most recently, she
served as the Managing Director of McPhersons where she led the ANZ business for
the last two years. Ms. Singh will be part of the Blackmores Executive Team, reporting
directly to Alastair Symington, CEO of Blackmores Group.
As part of the company’s continuous investment in growing market share in the
Southeast Asia, Andrew Fuary, the then Chief Operations Officer of Blackmores
Group, has been appointed as Managing Director of South-East Asia and Korea
(SEAK), effective immediately. Southeast Asia represents a significant growth
opportunity for Blackmores. With over a decade of experience living and working in
Southeast Asia, including more than seven years in Thailand leading Procter &
Gamble’s Hair products supply chain operations, Mr. Fuary is the ideal candidate to
lead SEAK and will report directly to Alastair Symington, CEO of Blackmores Group.
With Mr Fuary stepping into the new role, Rob Callen has been appointed as Chief
Operations Officer. Mr Callen commenced with Blackmores in August 2020 and has
significantly contributed to the company’s strategic sourcing maturity and capability.
Prior to Blackmores, he worked at LION for 15 years and held multiple roles across
the Supply Chain.
“I’m delighted to welcome these three exceptionally talented leaders to their new roles
on our executive team at this pivotal time,” said Mr Alastair Symington, CEO of
Blackmores Group. “Having a strong leadership team across our home and
international markets is critical to our future success. I look forward to working closely
with all of them to accelerate our business growth and explore new frontiers of
innovation so we can truly achieve our mission of connecting 1 billion consumers to
the healing power of nature.”

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