Kellogg’s marketing reshuffle sees some Manchester staff move overseas

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Kellogg’s has moved "a handful" of its Manchester-based marketing department to Dublin and Geneva as part of a restructure.

It follows the $2.7bn (£1.72bn) acquisition of Pringles from Proctor & Gamble in February last year.

Kellogg’s has since split its European operations into 2 distinct areas, cereal (based in Dublin) and snacks (in Geneva). It's also meant a new job title for marketing director, Peter Harrison, he now becomes commercial marketing director.

This morning, Kellogg's weren't able to confirm how many marketers would be making the move overseas except to say that it would be "a handful."