Welcoming Greg Niemann to the Briess Family

In late January, we welcomed Greg Niemann to the Briess Family as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Greg is now responsible for the leadership of the Briess Sales and Marketing teams, developing new business relationships and creating malt and ingredient solutions to meet our customer needs.

Greg holds a BS in Business Administration and Management from the University of Wisconsin and has over 35 years of experience leading sales, marketing and cross-functional teams across many food channels including retail, ingredients, co-manufacturing, and private label brands in the U.S. as well as international markets.

In addition, Greg has a proven record of facilitating long-term business relationships with both customers and industry luminaries. His strong winning attitude and personality are assets that will complement and enhance Briess’ ability to meet the needs of our customers as we continue to provide quality, innovative products and service to the marketplace.

Please join me in welcoming Greg Niemann and working with him and the rest of the Briess team to grow our businesses together.

Thank you,

 

 

 

Ryan O’Toole
President and Chief Operating Officer

About Ryan O'Toole

Ryan O'TooleRyan began his career with Kerry Ingredients 18+ years ago, performing various roles throughout the company and country. He has a broad background and robust knowledge of the food and ingredients industries. Starting at Kerry as a Quality Assurance Technician and Production Supervisor, he became fluent in the production processes of food manufacturing. As he continued his career, his roles included Quality Assurance Manager, Technical Manager, Operations Director, and finally Vice President of Operations. His focus throughout these roles included ensuring facility adherence to budget, capital expenditures, customer service, quality and safety.

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