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From Kellogg to Kinrise: Why this exec made the leap to the start-up world

After 18 years at FMCG giant Kellogg’s, the last three as managing director of the ANZ business, Esme Borgelt has taken the plunge into the start-up world, taking the leading role at Melbourne-based food manufacturer Kinrise.  Described by Borgelt as a “start-up with scale”, Kinrise is a 3-year-old family-owned Australian business with around 850 employees across NSW, Queensland, and Victoria.  Its portfolio includes products across breakfast, baking, bakery, biscuits, and snacks