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Domino’s appoints Adam Ballesty as new chief marketing officer

He replaces Allan Collins, who left in April after nearly 15 years in the role.

ASX-listed Domino’s Pizza Enterprises announced it has appointed Adam Ballesty as its next chief marketing officer (CMO) for Australia and New Zealand, following a global recruitment search.

Ballesty is a consumer marketing specialist with decades of experience in the industry, having held senior marketing roles with brands such as Foxtel, Diageo and Pacific Brands, as well as managing his own strategy and research business startups. His most recent position was as general manager with Seedlip.

He has also sat on a number of Boards, most recently the Love Mercy Foundation – and is
currently a mentor with the Australian Marketing Academy (AMA).

Domino’s said Ballesty will also be a member of the Domino’s ANZ Executive Team, working closely with leaders in the business and CEO Nick Knight.

“We are extremely excited to have someone of Adam’s calibre join Domino’s and are looking forward to the new energy, passion and direction he will bring to the role as we continue on our journey of growth, improving the customer experience and pushing the boundaries of what’s possible,” Knight said in a statement.

Ballesty replaces Allan Collins who left Domino’s in April 2021 after almost 15 years in the role. He will commence in the role starting 2 August.

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