TORONTO – Food and Beverage Ontario, the professional leadership organization for food and beverage processors across the province, has announced the hiring of Anthony Perrotta as new Director, Membership & Industry Relations.
Perrotta will bring his years of experience working at Telus Mobility and Kellogg’s Canada to the organization.
“Anthony’s expertise managing relationships both at Telus Mobility and Kellogg’s Canada made him the ideal choice to take lead of our organization’s membership and industry relations efforts,” said Norm Beal, Chief Executive Officer of Food and Beverage Ontario. “In addition to his business achievements and dedication to client satisfaction, his commitment to community involvement is another reason why we are thrilled to have Anthony on board.”
As a Senior Account Manager with Telus Mobility, Perrotta managed over 150 accounts, including Unico Drive Systems and Canadian Title Loans, with a portfolio totaling more than $1 million in annual billed revenue. At Kellogg’s Canada, Perrotta held the position of Territory Account Manager, generating more than $2 million in sales in 2014.
While at Kellogg’s, Perrotta forged a relationship between the corporation and the Kitchener-Waterloo School Board helping to nourish more than 22,000 school children daily.
Established in 2003 as the Alliance of Ontario Food Processors, Food and Beverage Ontario represents food and beverage processors across the province, which contribute more than $39 billion annually to Ontario.
The organization’s goal is to promote and support a competitive Ontario industry locally and within the global marketplace.
About Food and Beverage Ontario
Established in 2003 as the Alliance of Ontario Food Processors, Food and Beverage Ontario has evolved into the organization of choice for members of the processing community – a community that contributes over $39 billion annually and is the number one employer in Ontario.
Governed by an industry-led Board of Directors with guidance from a stakeholder Advisory Council and support from a dedicated staff team, Food and Beverage Ontario is a powerful advocate and facilitator of success for all categories of Ontario processor business. In 2015, Food and Beverage Ontario's Board of Directors completed a strategic plan for the organization that will guide the activities and performance of the organization over the next three years.
Our goal at Food and Beverage Ontario is to promote and support a competitive Ontario industry locally and within the global marketplace.