Slice Hires Dave O’Neill As President and Chief Operating Officer

Slice has hired Dave O’Neill as its new President and Chief Operating Officer. Dave has spent his career helping growth stage businesses achieve scale and impact, including the last decade at Indeed, the world’s leading job site, where he most recently served as Chief Operating Officer.

Dave helped build Indeed from a relatively unknown, 200-person company into the recognized global leader in job search with billions of dollars of revenue and over 10,000 employees around the world. Prior to Indeed, Dave held financial and operational roles at two digital sports media companies that were sold to industry leaders, as well as at an education tech company that continues to operate independently today. 

Dave’s appointment as President comes at a time of rapid growth for Slice. The company is hiring fast and expanding at an accelerated pace. As Slice’s President and COO, Dave will be laser-focused on scaling the business as the company unlocks even greater potential.

New President Dave O’Neill On Joining Slice

“Ilir and the team at Slice have built an exciting and disruptive business that has changed the way America’s local, independently operated pizzerias operate. I am incredibly impressed by the company that Slice is today, but also wildly enthusiastic about the huge potential that lies ahead for this mission driven business focused on helping local businesses thrive,” said O’Neill. “I’m thrilled to join Ilir in leading the team at this critical stage of the company’s growth, and help scale the business in an era of continued success.”

Ilir Sela CEO & Founder On Dave O’Neill’s New Role

“Dave’s impressive track record in strategically scaling businesses and teams offers invaluable expertise as Slice enters its next phase of growth,”  said Ilir Sela, Slice CEO and founder. “I believe Dave will have an enormous impact on our business and serve as an integral part of our leadership team. We look forward to learning from his depth of experience.”

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