Carlos Brito focuses on InBev’s culture, people, wholesaler relationships and commitment to St. Louis
BRUSSELS, Belgium, June 20 /TMRZOO.COM/- InBev (Euronext: INB) CEO Carlos Brito today discussed InBev’s proposal to combine with Anheuser-Busch (NYSE:BUD) , focusing on InBev’s culture, its people, wholesaler relationships and commitment to St. Louis. The discussion can be viewed on a video posted on www.globalbeerleader.com.
Dutch and French versions of this press release will be posted on InBev.com
InBev is a publicly traded company (Euronext: INB) based in Leuven, Belgium. The company’s origins date back to 1366, and today, it is the leading global brewer. As a true consumer-centric, sales driven company, InBev manages a carefully segmented portfolio of more than 200 brands. This includes true beer icons with global reach like Stella Artois(R) and Beck’s(R), fast growing multicountry brands like Leffe(R) and Hoegaarden(R), and many consumer loved “local champions” like Skol(R), Quilmes(R), Sibirskaya Korona(R), Chernigivske(R), Sedrin(R), Cass(R) and Jupiler(R). InBev employs close to 89 000 people, running operations in over 30 countries across the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific. In 2007, InBev realized 14.4 billion euro of revenue. For further information visit www.InBev.com