Craft Revolution has announced the appointment of experienced industry leader Campbell Speers as its inaugural Chief Executive Officer.

Campbell brings to Craft Revolution a wide range of experience having held senior roles in organisations such as Asahi, Spirits Platform, Suntory, Vok and the original Swift and Moore.

His most recent role was the General Manager at Paramount Liquor. During this time, Speers oversaw the development of the Supplier Relationship team, National Customer Experience team, National Purchasing team, Victorian Sales team and the logistics and operations of Victorian Warehouse.

Campbell said he was excited for the opportunity to return to Craft Revolution and continue its growth as a leading alcohol distributor.

“Craft Revolution is in great shape, I look forward to expanding the portfolio and continuing to grow the current brands and to build on the outstanding knowledge and skills of the excellent, well-established team,” he said.

As CEO, Speers will join Vaughan Thompson, Craft Revolution’s Sales and Marketing Director, in ensuring the strategic, financial, and operational leadership for the current portfolio and will work closely to acquire the distribution of new brands.

Craft Revolution has market leading brands such as Estrella, Curatif, Tromba Tequila, Patient Wolf, Kona, Nusa Cana and High West Whiskey in its portfolio.

Andy Young

Andy joined Intermedia as Editor of The Shout in 2015, writing news on a daily basis and also writing features for National Liquor News. Now Managing Editor of both The Shout and Bars and Clubs.

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