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Rising biscuit restaurant chain Biscuitville has announced that it has brought a former Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation executive to its team. Anne Goldman, who served as senior director, global real estate and development, for Krispy Kreme, will take over as Biscuitville’s chief development officer.

In addition to her time with Krispy Kreme, Goldman has also worked with Dunkin’ Brands, Sonic, Dollar General, and McDonald’s Corp. during her career.

“I am delighted to join the Biscuitville team and help the organization achieve its goals, particularly around growth and new development ventures,” says Goldman. “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.”

“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. She is a high-energy and results-oriented leader that demonstrates an entrepreneurial approach to her work,” says Biscuitville president Kathie Niven. “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.”

In addition to branching out of the South with new restaurants, the company has remodeled dozens of Biscuitville locations during the past two years as part of a growth phase for the company that also includes a number of new menu items.