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Subway appoints new Australia and New Zealand chief

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Global fast-food restaurant Subway has appointed Shane Bracken as country director for its Australia and New Zealand operations.

He replaces Scott Buckman who held this role since January this year. Bracken will be responsible for driving brand evolution and increasing the profit and market share of the company in the post-Covid climate.

Prior to this, Bracken held senior leadership positions in food and packaging companies such as Kerry Taste & Nutrition and Detmold Packaging with expertise in areas such as commercial, operations, procurement, supply chain, quality health safety and others.

“Subway has been part of my career journey for more than 20 years and to be taking on this key leadership role for ANZ with a goal to continue to propel the brand upwards, is amazing, to say the least,” said Bracken. 

He will start his new role on May 23, working from the Brisbane office.

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