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Devin Cole has been named chief strategy and commercial officer of George's Inc.
on June 22, 2016

George’s names Cole chief strategy, commercial officer

Devin Cole most recently served as president of Keystone U.S.

George’s has hired Devin Cole as its chief strategy and commercial officer. In his new position, Cole will oversee the development and implementation of George’s corporate growth strategy. 

“We are extremely pleased that Devin has joined the George’s team,” said Carl George, co-CEO and president of George's Inc. “His extensive and diverse experience in the poultry and prepared food business will complement the strength of our executive team and further position us for growth and expansion.”

Cole has over 20 years of experience in the global food services field. Prior to joining George's, he served in various roles in the poultry industry gaining diverse expertise as he advanced at Tyson Foods from senior management to president of sales & marketing and chief commercial officer. Devin came to George’s from Keystone Foods where he served as president overseeing their North American business. His experience includes operations, sales and innovation, marketing, research and development, growth strategies, along with innovative training for both poultry and prepared foods.

“I have a great deal of respect for the George’s organization,” said Devin Cole. “It is a privilege to have the opportunity to join their leadership team.”

Charles George, co-CEO and president of George's, said, “Devin will drive new ventures for George’s with the purpose of accelerating growth and diversification in the food industry by developing or acquiring complementary businesses and product-lines to our existing business. His knowledge and strategic focus along with our current team will be instrumental as we continue to grow and elevate our company.”

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