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    Biscuitville Snags Krispy Kreme Exec

  • Industry News August 23, 2018
    Steph Grant of Steph Grant Studios

    Biscuitville Fresh Southern named Anne Goldman, CCIM (certified commercial investment member), as the company’s chief development officer. Goldman is replacing Tim Hegarty, who recently retired from Biscuitville.

    Prior to joining Biscuitville, Goldman served as senior director, global real estate and development, for Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation, where she collaborated and executed large, complex transactions for the brand. Earlier in her career, Goldman worked with Dunkin’ Brands, Sonic, Dollar General, and McDonald’s Corp. In addition, she is a licensed real estate professional in the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, and West Virginia.

    “Anne is a seasoned development executive and retail market growth strategist who has more than 20 years’ global growth experience and an extensive background in commercial real estate,” says Biscuitville president Kathie Niven. “She is a high-energy and results-oriented leader that demonstrates an entrepreneurial approach to her work.”

    “She will take the lead on the continued evolution of Biscuitville’s restaurants, inclusive of accelerating our market development plans, continuing to oversee the build-out of our remodel strategy and working with our leadership team on entry into new markets,” Niven adds. “I am thrilled that Anne has joined the Biscuitville team and look forward to closely working with her.”

    “I am delighted to join the Biscuitville team and help the organization achieve its goals, particularly around growth and new development ventures,” Goldman says. “Biscuitville is a beloved North Carolina brand and is well-positioned for its next chapter because of the strong brand culture, a focus on quality, and people excellence. It is a privilege to be part of this company.”

    Goldman received a bachelor’s degree in science from Meredith College and a post-graduate certificate in corporate law from Meredith College’s paralegal program.

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