Executive Leadership Speaker Series: Jeff Davis





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Uploaded on Jul 24, 2011

Jeff Davis' youthful appearance is belied by his global business experience, credibility and network. Orabrush's newly-minted chief executive brings 23 successful years of experience in sales, marketing and general management at Proctor & Gamble (P&G) both domestically and abroad. Mr. Davis' P&G experience spans six different product sectors including consumer packaged goods, pharmaceuticals and beauty businesses in five countries in North America and Europe (USA, Canada, Germany, Czech Republic and Slovakia).

The broad and deep expertise he developed—from opening new markets in Eastern Europe in the early 1990s to building a global business in the pharmaceutical industry in three countries to leading the integration of the international Wella company into P&G, creating the new global Professional Hair company in the beauty sector—will guide Orabrush to global leadership in the tongue-cleaning category in the oral-hygiene marketplace.

In addition to his active business leadership, Mr. Davis is working to influence positive change in industry and education. He serves as a board member of companies in a range of industries: teaching and collaborating with the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah to develop innovative hands-on curriculum and programs and helping develop Ernst & Young's business advisory practice with top worldwide clients. His children enjoy watching YouTube videos with their dad, whom they now consider "cool," due to the explosion of Orabrush on YouTube and Facebook. Mr. Davis holds bachelor's degrees in marketing and German, both from the University of Utah.

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