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Menulog bolsters Aussie leadership team

Online food and beverage ordering service, Menulog, has announced the appointment of two senior roles within the company; Kim Russell as Marketing Director, and Tasman Page as Head of Marketing.

The announcement, which comes following the recent acquisition of the Menulog Group by UK’s Just Eat, will see the new team members lead marketing and brand strategy for the company’s portfolio of brands, including Menulog Australia, Menulog New Zealand and EatNow.

Kim is an accomplished senior marketer with a career spanning a range of industries. In her most recent role as Chief Marketing Officer at QSR Holdings, she oversaw Australian chicken brands Oporto, Red Rooster and Chicken Treat. Prior to this, Kim was Marketing Director for Nando’s, where she was a key member on the Executive Board of Directors and responsible for marketing strategy and brand vision.

Throughout her career, Kim has spearheaded numerous successful marketing campaigns, such as the launch of Nando’s loyalty program PERi-Perks with Katy Perry.

“I’m very excited to be joining the Menulog Group at what is a really pivotal time for the business,” Kim commented on her new role.

“I look forward to leading the vision for the future of the brands in Australia and New Zealand and am thrilled to be working with the team here and abroad, as well as our agency partners to bring the enormous potential of these brands to fruition.”

At Menulog, Kim will report to Barnaby Dawe, Global Chief Marketing Officer at Just Eat plc, Menulog’s parent company.

Tasman Page joins the business as Head of Marketing and will report to Kim.

Tasman is a senior marketer with experience across banking and finance at Commonwealth Bank, online share trading at Westpac and most recently retail, leading the Digital Marketing and Loyalty strategy for Dick Smith.

Commenting on his new role Tasman Page said, “We have a huge opportunity with the Menulog and EatNow brands in Australia and New Zealand. As a data-rich business, our ability to understand our customers and restaurants will drive our growth. We are very excited to get stuck into it.”

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