Dollar Tree Names Chief Development Officer

Pedro Voyer is the latest addition to the company's executive management team.
Greg Sleter
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Dollar Tree has named Pedro Voyer as its chief development officer, the latest addition to the company’s executive leadership team. 

Prior to Dollar Tree, Voyer held several leadership positions within JAB Holding Company as senior vice president and general manager International for Panera and senior vice president and chief operating officer International for JAB-owned Caribou Coffee and Einstein’s Bagel Brands. 

His responsibilities spanned international P&L and the corporate development function, including franchising, market planning, new restaurant openings, construction, re-imaging, facilities and portfolio management strategies.

Additionally, Voyer has also served as chief development officer Americas for Burger King Corporation, where he was responsible for the U.S. and Canadian portfolio of more than 7,500 company stores, 2,000+ new store openings, construction, facilities and more than 600 franchise relationships.

“With more than 25 years of leadership experience in the domestic and international multi-unit food and beverage industry, Pedro has a strong track record in profitable new unit growth, portfolio asset management and facility management,” said Mike Witynski, president and CEO of Dollar Tree. “Pedro will lead our Real Estate teams to enable our long-term growth and provide customers with a shopping experience that wows them each time they visit our stores.”

“The Dollar Tree and Family Dollar brands have a unique opportunity for growth in what I consider to be one of the most attractive sectors in retail at this time,” said Voyer. “My teams will be committed to supporting the organization to drive sustainable new unit growth, improved store condition, productivity and profitability by enhancing the customers’ shopping experience in our stores.