INDEPENDENT specialty brewer, Innis & Gunn, has recruited David Cockburn as CFO – the company’s second major appointment since it announced in December that it was doubling its workforce.
Cockburn now joins the board full-time after previously working as an advisor where he helped the development and strategy of the business after the MBO in 2008.
Innis & Gunn has enjoyed average growth of 49% year-on-year since its formation in 2003. It is the best-selling British bottled beer in Canada, and number two bottled import ale in Sweden.
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