Domino’s Pizza’s Alex Tokatlian Joins Portada’s Council System

We are excited to announce that Alex Tokatlian, Multicultural Marketing & Advertising Program Leader at Domino’s Pizzais joining the Portada Brand Star Committee, one of the seven units of Portada's Council System. The Council System next in-person meetings will be for the occasion of Portada New York on September 25 in New York City's Yotel.

A classically trained marketer, Alex leads U.S. multicultural marketing for Domino’s Pizza, including advertising development, digital engagement, media, and retail strategy.  Prior to that, he lead several key product launches including improved core toppings, and Domino’s Bread Twists.

Prior to Domino’s, Alex managed several iconic brands at The Hershey Company, and also has prior experience working at the New York Stock Exchange, and Frito-Lay.  

Alex is a graduate of Tulane University with a BSM in Finance, and the Kenan-Flagler Business School at The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill with an M.B.A. concentrated in Marketing. Alex resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan with his wife and their three daughters.

Welcome Alex to the Portada Council System!

 


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