Skip to main content

Jim Taylor Promoted to CEO of Arby's

Jim Taylor has been promoted to CEO of Arby's. He most recently served a CMO.
Advertisement - article continues below

Jim Taylor has been named President of Arby’s. Taylor, who most recently served as Chief Marketing Officer of Arby’s, will report to Paul Brown, Chief Executive Officer of Inspire Brands.

“One of the many strengths of Inspire is our development of future leaders, and we are thrilled to have Jim lead Arby’s,” Brown said. “During Jim’s time at Arby’s, he has helped introduce one of the most dynamic and innovative product pipelines in our industry and has a proven track record of driving strong sales for the brand. The Arby’s business, our team members, and franchisees, are in great hands with Jim at the helm.”

Taylor succeeds Rob Lynch who left to lead Papa Johns, effective immediately. 

Prior to his most recent role as Chief Marketing Officer of Arby’s, Taylor served as Senior Vice President of Brand Advertising and Activation, as well as Senior Vice President of Product Development and Innovation. Taylor worked for Darden Restaurants prior to joining Arby’s, where he served as Senior Vice President of Enterprise Strategy, Innovation, and Marketing, among other positions. 

Arby’s, founded in 1964, operates more than 3,400 restaurants in eight countries.

This ad will auto-close in 10 seconds