Glen Watts

Glen Watts is a highly strategic and commercial senior executive with a strong track record of driving transformational business performance and profitability across multiple geographies within a leading multinational across the fast-moving consumer goods and manufacturing sectors. He has a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering and has also completed the Executive Program at the Stanford University Business School. In 2012, Mr Watts became a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute Of Company Directors. He had direct involvement and responsibility for business performance, marketing, sales, product development, operations, supply chain and corporate governance. In his 26 year career with Kimberly-Clark, Mr Watts has lived and worked in Australasia, Europe and North America and had direct responsibility for businesses across South Asia. He was managing director for Kimberly-Clark Australia and New Zealand, a billion dollar business and while in that role, he was a director of the Food and Grocery Council of Australia. Mr Watts is chair of the Centre of Perinatal Excellence, a not-for-profit focused on perinatal mental health. He also is a director of the Australian Mitochondrial Disease Foundation.
Bio last updated 06 Jan 2018

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Total Shareholder Return as at 31/01/19

1 year TSR5 year TSR
239thYowie Group0%0%
261stIMF Bentham-1%16%
269thOrbital UAV-3%20%
545thSwift Networks-43%-7%
726 WA (and selected non WA) listed companies ranked by 1 year TSR relative to other companies with similar revenue
Source: Morningstar


Non-Executive Director
Year started and most recent title


61st↑Yowie Group$23.9m
63rd↑Orbital UAV$22.6m
64th↑Swift Networks$22.3m
67th-IMF Bentham$20.8m
228 listed industrial companies ranked by revenue.
Source: Morningstar

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