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Domino's appoints Melody Livingstone as new chief marketing officer for ANZ

She will report to group CMO Allan Collins.

Domino's has announced that Melody Livingstone will head the pizza chain’s Australian and New Zealand Marketing operations.

Livingstone will report to Group Chief Marketing Officer, Allan Collins, who is in charge of the Domino’s Pizza Enterprises marketing operations in the seven markets that the group operates in.

A Domino’s spokesperson issued the following statement regarding the appointment: “Allan Collins is Domino’s Pizza Enterprise’s Group Chief Marketing Officer, who leads the marketing strategy and direction in DPE’s seven markets – Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Japan and Germany.”

“Melody Livingstone has commenced in the role of Chief Marketing Officer for Australia and New Zealand, taking over from Todd Reilly who has made the move to become Chief Marketing Officer for Domino’s Pizza Japan. Melody will support Allan in the marketing strategy and execution of the Domino’s brand in the Australian and New Zealand markets.”

Livingstone comes into the role having previously served as the former Head of Marketing at healthy eating company Youfoodz.
 

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