Glanbia's Siobhan Talbot has remedy for tired Americans

Talbot wants to persuade US consumers that protein shakes aren't just for bodybuilders

13th November, 2015
Glanbia's managing director, Siobhan Talbot

Siobhan Talbot says she has a remedy for tired Americans.

The 51-year-old managing director of Glanbia and one of only two female heads of the biggest 20 Irish companies listed on the stock market wants to persuade US consumers that protein shakes aren’t just for bodybuilders. Since taking over the top job in 2013, Glanbia is among Ireland’s ten best-performers, soaring 70 per cent. Now Talbot is tasked with showing investors she can extend that....

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