Nemiroff Vodka appoints Mykola Takzey as new Global CMO

By Trbusiness Editor |

Nemiroff Vodka Mykola Takzey

New Global Chief Marketing Officer Mykola Takzey.

Mykola Takzey has joined Ukrainian vodka brand Nemiroff as its new Global Chief Marketing Officer. He is charged with driving Nemiroff’s ambitious growth strategies and enhancing its global market presence.

“Having shaped growth in various industries, from food-tech to tobacco, I’m wired to think global,” Takzey explained. “Nemiroff’s expansion ambitions align perfectly with my experiences, and I’m truly excited about the company’s vision. I believe we can make Nemiroff the first truly global consumer brand from Ukraine.”

Commenting on the new appointment, CEO Yuriy Sorochynskiy added: “We’re thrilled to welcome Mykola Takzey to the Nemiroff family. His global mindset and track record in expanding markets demonstrate our commitment to reaching new horizons.

Making Nemiroff a major global player

“Mykola brings exceptional strategic acumen to our team, infusing fresh life into multiple projects while consistently prioritising the consumer experience. His expertise and forward-thinking will undoubtedly contribute to shaping our brand’s journey.”

Takzey’s strategy will involve transforming challenges into opportunities. “The vodka landscape is always changing,” he noted. “By embracing pragmatism and courage to challenge the status quo, agile thinking, and a laser focus on consumer needs, we aim to turn challenges into stepping stones for growth.”

Nemiroff Vodka Mykola Takzey

Mykola Takzey: “I believe we can make Nemiroff the first truly global consumer brand from Ukraine.”

Takzey added: “In the near future, expect a refined focus on consumer-centricity. Five years down the line? I envision Nemiroff as a major global player, with a recognised and respected presence…For our partners, they can expect collaborative strategies that drive mutual growth.”

Takzey is committed to strengthening Nemiroff’s identity, while staying true to its Ukrainian roots. “I see us as more than just a brand; we’re a global legacy,” he observed.

“I aim to build teams that share our vision, ensuring we maintain our authenticity while growing on a global scale. So we may welcome onboard fresh talent which resonates with our values within key pillars of our marketing direction: Consumer and Business Insights, Brand Building, and Market Activation.”

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