Nespresso appoints Beth Langley as OOH director for UK and Republic of Ireland

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Nespresso UK & ROI has enhanced its senior leadership team with the appointment of Beth Langley as Out-of-Home (OOH) director.

Langley: new role

Langley holds responsibility for leading and growing Nespresso’s B2B division and will steer the Nespresso Professional UK&ROI teams, including finance, operations and supply chain.

Over the past 20 years, Langley has gained commercial experience from both branded and private label food and drink businesses. She has led teams across multiple channels and sectors from retail, to export, to out of home – both national and independent.

Langley, OOH director for Nespresso UK&ROI, said: “Nespresso is renowned for producing exceptional quality products and I am excited to work with the team to continue delivering high quality coffee experiences to our valued customers. The out-of-home market has faced challenging times over the past year due to the impact of Covid 19 but I am passionate about supporting our business partners this year and beyond.”

Langley moved to Nespresso from UCC Coffee, where she spent eight years in commercial leadership roles, gaining strong knowledge and experience of the coffee industry having worked across the key business drivers including coffee bean procurement, equipment distribution and maintenance contract management, while driving market contribution on global strategic projects.

Guillaume Chesneau, managing director of Nespresso UK & ROI, said: “Beth joins us with a wealth of experience in the coffee sector. She has an in-depth understanding of the coffee industry that will be invaluable, particularly in 2021 and beyond as we support out-of-home sector with post Covid recovery. On behalf of Nespresso, I am delighted to welcome her to the business. As Nespresso continues to adapt to the ever-changing market, Beth is the ideal person to develop and build this key part of our business.”