Entier is proud to announce that Euan Rennie, who joined our 'Fresh Olive' Apprenticeship programme in 2017 has been promoted to the leadership team.

After leaving school at the age of 17, Euan had originally wanted to pursue a career in mechanical engineering. After completing two years at college, Euan realised that this was no longer a career he wished to pursue, however, it was during these two years that Euan had completed a module in quality management and realised that this was where his passion and interests lay.

Euan successfully applied to Entier’s ‘Fresh Olive’ apprenticeship programme in 2017 and joined the company as an HSEQ apprentice which he graduated from in 2020. During his time with Entier, Euan has successfully completed his Food Safety Diploma, NEBOSH, Internal Auditing courses and is also a trained Mental Health First Aider. As part of Entier’s commitment to further continuous professional development Euan has also been undertaking a Graduate Apprenticeship in Business Management with Honors at Robert Gordon University and will graduate later this year.

Speaking about his senior leadership appointment Euan said: “I am very grateful to Entier for the opportunities, experiences and continued professional development that I have had over the years. I never imagined when I started as an apprentice that I would be celebrating securing a leadership role at such a young age. With the nature of our business, global footprint, and the industries our clients work in HSEQ is of critical importance and everyone at Entier plays a part in our success.”

Peter Bruce and Euan Rennie outside of Entier's Offices
Peter Bruce and Euan Rennie outside of Entier's Offices

Peter Bruce Chief Executive of Entier said: “I’m immensely proud of Euan’s accomplishments over the years and I have been impressed by his commitment and his work to continually enhance the HSEQ across all of our business globally for the benefit of our people, our business and importantly our clients. Euan displays all the qualities and values we expect for our senior business leaders and is a great inspiration to all”.

Entier employ nearly a 1000 people and have three core divisions, Remote Sites Global which provides specialist catering & hospitality solutions to the energy and renewables industry; FRESH which provides catering solutions for corporate offices and tourist attraction; and Wilde Thyme which works with high profile individuals and worldwide renowned luxury brands to deliver bespoke events, sporting hospitality and luxury weddings across the UK.

Euan added: “The nature of our business is so varied, it is big responsibility to oversee the HSEQ for the business and I look forward to working with colleagues across Entier and our clients to continually strive for HSEQ excellence.”

Peter added: “Our apprenticeship programme is all about nurturing the talent of tomorrow and making a positive impact in our community. For our culinary Fresh Olives, they learn and grow under the expert guidance of our Executive Chef Orry Shand, this experience ensures that they master culinary techniques and build a wide range of skills that prepare them for a successful career with Entier. Our business Fresh Olives play a vital role across our support functions. They are mentored by experienced managers who help them develop their skills according to their relevant function, while gaining industry qualifications relevant to their field, enhancing their expertise and knowledge. Our 'Fresh Olives' programme goes beyond just learning – it's a journey of growth and opportunity. By providing mentorship and education, we are investing in the future leaders and contributors to Entier, while proving skills that go beyond the workplace - Euan is a great example of this and I look forward to seeing him flourish in his new appointment.”