Chief Marketing Officer, Fever-Tree
Jeremy joined Fever-Tree in January 2020, after 15 years at Diageo covering various Senior Marketing roles. At Fever-Tree, Jeremy is the company’s Chief Marketing Officer responsible for leading the Marketing & Innovation teams across the 70 markets that Fever-Tree now operates in. Prior to joining Fever-Tree, Jeremy headed up Diageo’s European Beer Business, whose flagship brand is Guinness. Prior to this, he was the CMO of Diageo’s Mexico business (2013-2017) during which time it became Diageo’s best performing market. Jeremy’s schooling in Marketing was at Unilever, where fresh out of University, he became the Brand Manager of Lynx, at the start of its Lynx Effect campaign. Jeremy spent six happy years at Unilever, before moving to the ad agency BBH, first as a Creative Planner and then as a Business Director. After BBH, Jeremy moved back client side, joining Diageo in 2004. Jeremy is married to Annick and together they have two teenage daughters - Manon & Megan - and live in North London.