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Hero Brands appoints Christian Bradford, Steve Turner as int’l development directors

Both executives will be charged with expanding the brands throughout new territories across Europe, South East Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and the Americas.

Hero Brands, the parent company of German Doner Kebab, Choppaluna and Island Poké, announced the appointment of Christian Bradford and Steve Turner as its newest international development directors, tasked to develop new master franchise partnerships.

Bradford comes from Buckingham Consulting, having worked with retail and F&B concepts and over 500 master franchise companies as director of global business development. Turner, a global retail brand builder, joins from Al Mana Group where he recruited franchise partners in territories spanning Iraq, Iran, Armenia, Kuwait and Indonesia.

Both executives will be charged with expanding the brands throughout new territories across Europe, South East Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and the Americas.

“We are delighted to add Steve and Christian to the team. Their business expertise and international contacts will be a key asset as we forge ahead with our global growth plans,” Hero Brands CEO Athif Sarwar said in a statement.

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