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Oliver’s announces new senior appointments

This comes after the fast food brand appointed a new CEO in December.

Healthy fast food chain Oliver’s has named three new senior appointments to join its store support team. This comes after Natalie Sharpe, was appointed CEO on 21 December.

Andrew McDonald has been appointed Oliver’s National Operations Manager. McDonald has seven years of experience in a similar role working at Retail Food Group. His job titles were as Sales Operations Manager, Sales Performance Manager and National Brand Manager. Before that, he was also a franchise owner for six years.

Oliver’s also appointed Joshua Stanley, who had 18 years of experience in the hospitality and food industries, as the new Head of Product. Stanley recently worked at Youfoodz in various roles including managing over 500 staff in the high care production facility.

Lastly, Oliver’s appointed Ronin Coppins as its Business Support Manager. Coppins has experienced in this segment during his time with McDonald’s. His experiences lie in areas of operations, stock and equipment management, people management and customer relations.

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