Serge InfantiExecutive Chairman
Serge initially joined Foodco in 1990 as a franchise partner successfully operating two Jamaica Blue and two Muffin Break cafes, before joining the executive team to lead the development, leasing and store design and constructions teams . From 2007 Serge lead the global business in his role as Managing Director and in his current role as Executive Chairman is responsible for international licensed operations, key global projects, supporting the UK growth plan and franchise industry representation. Prior to Foodco, Serge held various management, financial and marketing roles at IBM Australia and Asia Pacific.
Robert FitzgeraldExecutive Director
Robert joined Foodco in 2010 and is responsible for Foodco’s Enterprise Systems and Corporate development. Prior to joining Foodco Robert worked in the financial services industry for over 20 years. Robert had a variety of senior client focused roles with UBS Investment Bank. Most recently Robert was a Managing Director with UBS Asia based in Hong Kong.
John BatistichNon-Executive Director
John first joined the Foodco Board in 2017 as an Independent Director. John has over 24 years of cross sector experience in Research, Marketing, Digital and General Management with blue chip companies like Westfield Group, Interbrand, Wrigley Company, PepsiCo Foods, Kimberly Clark and Lion Nathan. More recently John was Westfield’s Marketing Director including being responsible for Digital Innovation.
Wynton (Gill) CoxNon-Executive Director
Gill became a Partner in Deloitte in 1971 - a position he held until his retirement from the firm in 1996. Since 1992 Gill has been appointed to a wide range of governance positions in the private sector, central government agencies , local government trading organisations and charitable organisations. These appointments have resulted in Gill developing a considerable depth of experience and knowledge across a number of disciplines and industries and sectors in the NZ economy. Gill has held/holds the position of chair in relation to a number of his governance appointments.