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Espolòn, Aperol Drive Campari In U.S., But Currency Eats Into Earnings

Campari Group enjoyed solid underlying sales trends in its fiscal first half ended in June, but fluctuating exchange rates hampered the company’s bottom line. Continue reading →

Posted in News on August 1, 2018

Wild Turkey, Grand Marnier Boost Campari In U.S.

Campari America’s sales rose 4% in the U.S. in the first nine months of this year, as Wild Turkey, recent acquisition Grand Marnier and a number of other brands contributed solid growth. Continue reading →

Posted in News on November 7, 2017

Campari Posts 15.7% First Half Sales Growth In Americas

Propelled by solid organic growth for most of its key brands and a favorable exchange rate, Italy’s Gruppo Campari posted 15.7% sales growth in the Americas region for the first half of 2015. Continue reading →

Posted in News on August 4, 2015

Interview, Part 1: Jean-Jacques Dubau, Managing Director For North America, Gruppo Campari

Jean-Jacques Dubau took the reins as Gruppo Campari’s managing director for North America early last year, having previously helmed the group’s domestic Italian business. Since the departure of former Campari America CEO Roy Danis last fall, Dubau has been filling that role as well (an internal candidate, as yet unnamed, will replace Danis on June 1). Among Campari’s key brands, Skyy slipped 1.6% to 2.8 million cases in the U.S. last year, Wild Turkey was flat at 590,000 cases and Campari bitter rose 11% to 83,000 cases, according to Impact Databank. SND senior editor Daniel Marsteller recently met with Dubau to discuss Campari’s current U.S. profile, and the road ahead. Continue reading →

Posted in News on April 27, 2015

Campari America Shakes Up Sales Structure, Creating SWS And RNDC-Devoted Units

Campari America has restructured its sales organization in an effort to accommodate its expanding portfolio and better align with distributor partners. Continue reading →

Posted in News on February 12, 2014