Diageo targets Asia-Pacific challenges with new regional hub
Drinks giant Diageo has announced the creation of a combined
regional hub for its Asian Pacific operations as it looks to
increase its focus on distributing its brands in the region.
Diageo fortifies sales with Guinness bread
Drinks firm Diageo has teamed up with an Irish baker to put its
iconic Guinness drink into bread, part of a move to expand the
brand into a wider range of foods.
Diageo and co missing UK whisky gap
A blended whisky owned by drinks group Diageo has been crowned the
best Scotch in the world, but consumers in Britain were unlikely to
get a sniff, according to judge Jim Murray.
Diageo quells sparkling spirits rumours
Diageo, the world's largest alcoholic drinks firm, denied it
planned to launch sparkling spirit drinks in the UK in the near
future after filing a patent for a new way of adding fizz to hard
Diageo overhauls Asia supply chain
Diageo, the maker of Johnnie Walker whiskey and Guinness stout, has
opened a S$13 million (6.54m) logistics hub in Singapore to cut the
time it takes for its alcoholic drinks to reach Asian markets.
Guinness troubles dampen Diageo spirits
Sales of Guinness have slipped in the beer's Irish homeland over
the past year, its maker Diageo has announced, taking the shine off
a solid sales rise for the drinks firm.
Big brands lift Diageo sales
Blockbuster brands helped the world's largest alcoholic drinks
firm, Diageo, to a six per cent sales rise over the last year, but
trading in Europe remains tough.
Diageo rejects Montana wines buyout deal
The world's biggest drinks firm has shunned the chance to buy New
Zealand's Montana wines off Pernod Ricard because it will not
generate enough growth.
Diageo growth curbed by currency impact
Diageo, the world's biggest spirit group, has announced a drop in
first half profits, caused by foreign exchange rates, weak demand
in Europe and the continued decline of the ready-to-drink segment,
writes Chris Jones.
Diageo's surpise bid wins Chalone
Diageo confirms that it has trumped the bid that Domaines Barons de
Rothschild, Constellation Brands and Quintessa had submitted to
acquire the Chalone Group, reports Kim Hunter Gordon.
Diageo sets its sights on new FAB niche
UK based drinks giant Diageo could get round increasing duty and
the uncertain future of alcopops in Europe by leading a new market
of mid-proof flavoured alcoholic beverages (FABs), reports Kim
Alcopops sales fall for Diageo
After three years of successful growth, Diageo's alcopops sales
have decreased the company's financial results have revealed. This
week the company has released a new version of its Smirnoff ice
drink in the US, in an attempt...
Diageo branding overcomes temporary setbacks
Diageo has come a long way, he strength of the group's brand
portfolio allows it to register overall growth despite some
substantial setbacks for brands such as Captain Morgan, Smirnoff
An automatic choice for Diageo
Global drinks business Diageo has implemented an automated
collaborative replenishment programme.
Heineken, Diageo buy Interbrew African stake
Heineken and Diageo have together acquired a 28.9 per cent stake in
Namibia Breweries from Belgian brewer Interbrew.