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Aramark Ireland Appoints Tom Neville As New President And CEO

By Robert McHugh
Aramark Ireland Appoints Tom Neville As New President And CEO

Aramark has announced the appointment of Tom Neville as president and CEO of Aramark Ireland.

In his new role, Neville will be responsible for the strategic and operational leadership of all food and facilities management services across the organisation.

He will lead the Aramark Ireland executive team, with a focus on delivering profitable growth and innovation.


Neville joined Aramark in 2019, as chief financial officer for Aramark Northern Europe, where he was responsible for the financial operations of the organisation.

In this role, it was his job to provide strategic guidance to support the company’s overall business objectives.


‘Dynamic Team’

“Since joining Aramark, I have been fortunate to work with a talented and dynamic team of industry leaders,” said Neville.

“I’m focused on leading this exceptional team towards delivering continued growth across all our services, while continuing to deliver excellence, innovation, and customer satisfaction.”


Aramark employs 5,000 people across Ireland.

The service and solutions provider supports clients, partners and customers in food, facilities management, property services and retail solutions in the business and industry, sports and entertainment, healthcare, education and government sectors.

‘Important Market’

“We are delighted to announce the appointment of Tom Neville as CEO and president of Aramark Ireland,” said Carl Mittleman, chief operating officer, Aramark International.


“We are confident in Tom’s extensive experience and expertise to lead this important market.”

Aramark Ireland’s Chef of the Year 2023

Earlier this year, executive chef David Joyce was announced as the winner of Aramark Ireland’s Chef of the Year 2023.

The annual competition, which showcases the talent within Aramark across Ireland, saw eight Aramark chefs compete for the prize through a series of cooking challenges.

The competition featured a day of meals and culinary talent, wherein the independently chosen national finalists were invited to showcase their skills.