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Mondelez Philippines Appoints New Marketing Head

Toby comes with 21 years of marketing and sales background in FMCG and Banking

Snacks company Mondelez Philippines has welcomed a new Marketing Head to support its purpose to empower people to snack right. Toby Gatchalian joins the Company, which makes beloved snack products Eden Cheese, Cheez Whiz, Tang, Oreo, Toblerone, Cadbury and Tiger.  

In his new role, Toby will lead a team of more than 15 individuals across all the Company’s product categories – biscuits, chocolate, gum, candy, powdered beverages and cheese. The Philippines is one of parent company Mondelēz International’s biggest business in South East Asia and is a major growth driver for the business unit. Toby will report to South East Asia Senior Director for Marketing, Nikhil Rao.

Toby comes with 21 years of marketing and sales background in FMCG and Banking; and has also taken a turn as an entrepreneur to run his own wellness products business. He is a graduate of the Ateneo de Manila University. Toby has vast experience working in different countries, having held roles in Hong Kong, Thailand, Vietnam and the USA. The Company is looking forward to strengthening its brands and marketing excellence under Toby’s leadership. 

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