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Brian Caulfield, Andy McCue join Camile Thai Kitchen board

Further hires are planned for the first quarter of 2021.

Camile Thai Kitchen has appointed Brian Caulfield and Andy McCue to its board of directors, as it gears to open up further locations in and beyond Ireland.

McCue, who will take on the position of non-executive chairman, served as CEO of Paddy Power before joining The Restaurant Group in the same position.

Caulfield, a serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist and angel investor, will join Camile as a non-executive director.

“We are really pleased to have attracted directors of the calibre of Brian and Andy to our board. It shows our serious ambitions for Camile and its future growth. I’m excited to officially welcome them both to our Camile Family,” founder Brody Sweeney said in a media release.

In 2020, Camile saw a 59% increase in systems sales in the UK and a 40% increase in Ireland, attributing it to its largely suburban, delivery-focused business model.

“This growth has enabled us to proceed ahead of time with our drone and robotics-focused tech strategy,” Sweeney added.

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