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Jasper Jansen
But it is also a sign that the market is extremely competitive. You must constantly be coming out with new products and more marketing spend to reach customers.feedback
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Oct 24 2017
Heineken has been commented on by 30 key people in the news. You can find all of them on this page with their statements. People who have been most quoted about Heineken are: Jonny Forsyth, Jean-Francois van Boxmeer, Frans Eusman and Andrew Holland. For instance, the most recent quote from Jonny Forsyth is: “It's quite an interesting market at the moment, a quite difficult market. We're seeing that people are starting to drink less alcohol. So we're seeing the decline in beer volumes. However, the bright spot for the market is that people are starting to drink better and be prepared to pay more for better quality. So, wanting something that really tastes quite distinctive that no one else has perhaps tasted, that makes you quite unique and your experience quite unique.”.
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Razvan Costache

It's an O.K. beer. You can drink it when you're thirsty on a terrace.feedback

Andras Lenard

For each product the story is crucial. Forbidden' will remind people of the story. Like in whiskies, nobody smuggles Old Smuggler but it's good to have a hint to the story in the name.feedback

Andras Lenard

People realized that Grandma's jam isn't so bad after all. The local community has realized that local produce is good.feedback

Andras Lenard

This product has helped buoy national pride. And this struggle with Heineken, whether or not intentionally, here in the Szekler land, has become the symbol of the local struggle to survive.feedback

Zoltan Kovacs

When the Hungarian government forms its economic policy, it doesn't only think of the country, but the nation.feedback

Razvan Costache

I agree that, having a smaller production than Ciuc, they allow themselves the time to do the fermenting, and everything by the books.feedback

Jean-Francois van Boxmeer

Whilst economic conditions are likely to remain volatile, our expectations for the full year are unchanged.feedback

Eduardo Padilla - Fomento Económico Mexicano

We are partners with Heineken on one hand. But on the other hand, we have these divisions that have to do whatever they need to do to improve the performance and improve results for the shareholders.feedback

Carlos Salazar Lomelin - Fomento Económico Mexicano

Revenue growth was strong during the quarter, not just for our retail formats but across operations, and reflected a resilient consumer environment in Mexico in spite of rising inflation.feedback

Andrea Coscelli - Competition & Markets Authority

We have listened very carefully to a range of concerns about this merger. The companies will own less than 10% of all British pubs after any deal, but we are concerned about the loss of competition for pub goers in a number of local areas. Without sufficient competition from rivals, pubs in these areas might be able to raise prices or worsen the service they offer customers.feedback

David Forde - Heineken UK

We welcome this positive step towards completing our acquisition of Punch A. This decision by the CMA acknowledges that there are only a small number of local areas where competition may be diminished due to our acquisition of the pubs in Punch A. We are confident we can offer the CMA suitable undertakings to satisfy their concerns.feedback

Jonny Forsyth

It's quite an interesting market at the moment, a quite difficult market. We're seeing that people are starting to drink less alcohol. So we're seeing the decline in beer volumes. However, the bright spot for the market is that people are starting to drink better and be prepared to pay more for better quality. So, wanting something that really tastes quite distinctive that no one else has perhaps tasted, that makes you quite unique and your experience quite unique.feedback

Jan Derck van Karnebeek - Heineken

We may in some cases choose to acquire and we're very happy to have Lagunitas as part of our family. But we also have brands which can venture into this craft space in a credible way. For us, premiumization is a worldwide opportunity.feedback

Jonny Forsyth

Craft brands are seen as small, seen as small batch, they're seen as independents and therefore the antithesis of these global multinational brewers.feedback

Jonny Forsyth

What they're already starting doing is buying up some of these smaller craft breweries and not really shouting about it to the consumer.feedback

Jonny Forsyth

A big direction for premiumization is this interest in craft.feedback

Ralph Findlay

The pub sector has a good history of tending to be very robust when consumers are under more pressure. People generally still do want to go out and they want to go where it is affordable and where they don't feel guilty about spending the money.feedback

Jess Zimmerman

The problem is not and never has been that women's bodies aren't treated enough like objects.feedback

Monique Nelson - UniWorld Group

Perspective really dictates our understanding. When we discount or ignore the perspective of those who are different, we've lost the opportunity to connect on more than a surface level – or worse, we offend. Dipping your toe in the shallow end doesn't count. This is a deep end sport, like all things dealing with human emotion.feedback

Monique Nelson - UniWorld Group

The risk is not following through and letting this be a stunt.feedback

Ron Campbell - Campbell-Communications

Black Lives Matter is not something that should be in advertising.feedback

Ron Campbell - Campbell-Communications

The topics they have chosen are controversial, so there's always a risk. But there's a greater reward.feedback

Tony Hale

The Pepsi one's the opposite, it's completely contrived. It's trying to say Pepsi plays an active role in solving the problems of the world when it's a bloody soft drink. When you're getting into the social space like this, it is almost by definition harder to have a more conservative opinion. It doesn't take any line; it's not judgemental – they understand that there's a great deal of frustration about the divisive and in many ways sensational ways in which these issue are talked about. It's a bit of a stroke of genius.feedback

Jean-Francois van Boxmeer

Asia Pacific continued to outperform and volume in Europe was solid. In Africa, Middle East & Eastern Europe market conditions remain challenging, adversely impacting volume.feedback

Johan Ackermann

The question for me is: where do I see my next challenge? Do I want to coach in Super Rugby for another three or four seasons and believe that will be the best for me as a coach or do I leave this place in a good space and I test myself in Europe … at Heineken and Premiership level, and grow as a coach over there?feedback

François Van Boxmeer

It's a bolt-on acquisition but it's built on the confidence that we can make progress in Brazil.feedback

François Van Boxmeer

We have an expertise in developing that business and hence also the proposed acquisition of part of the Punch estate would strategically add to our strength in the U.K.feedback

Frans Eusman - Heineken

Vietnam is exceptional because alcohol consumption is focused on beer. The privatisation of Sabeco and Habeco will potentially lead to change and opportunities within the Vietnamese beer market and we are following these developments closely. If shares are brought to the market and offered to us, of course we would consider buying them. But we are not obsessively trying to take control.feedback

Frans Eusman - Heineken

I don't think there is a clear cut, formalised divestment process.feedback

Andrew Holland

I think that's the paramount consideration. It needs to stack up financially as well, but if you're sitting in Amsterdam with a map of the world with pins in it, you're mindful this would be helpful in terms of expanding the options available.feedback

Stefan Orlowsky

You actually get a direct, a very direct and a very different contact with your consumer.feedback

Bjorn Trowery

Heineken is continuously looking to expand into different markets as appropriate for the company and for the region.feedback

Jean-Francois van Boxmeer

Performance in the third quarter was robust despite strong comparatives in Americas and Europe, and a tough environment in Africa Middle East & Eastern Europe.feedback

Frans Eusman - Heineken

Myanmar, in a way, resembles Vietnam maybe 10 to 25 years ago. It has a huge young population, growing wealth, growing GDP, and more of those people have expendable income.feedback

Andrew Holland

A lot of the good elements have converged in Q1, but they are keeping their forecast and are cautioning that Q2 may not be as good.feedback

Andrew Holland

It's generally accepted among consumer goods companies that Africa is the last big growth prospect, but it doesn't happen in a straight line.feedback

Paul Walsh

While Diageo is not immune from a fragile global economy, this is a strong platform … Achievement of these aims would underpin even stronger dividend growth.feedback

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