Diversity holds key for Mount Charles
The food service and outsourced business support organisation knew it had to broaden its portfolio if it wanted to hit its targets, writes Graham Clifford
When a company respects its roots while simultaneously embracing innovation and change, it gives itself every chance of success. Experience shakes hands with enterprise.
For Mount Charles, one of Ireland’s leading food service and outsourced business support organisations, that double-edged ethos has helped to pave the way for expansion and diversification over the last three decades.
“The company was founded in 1988 and, for the first 14 years, focused on catering which proved...
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