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Senior Appointments at Bartlett Mitchell

07.03.2019, 13:21

Senior Appointments at Bartlett Mitchell

Bartlett Mitchell has appointed Neil MacLaurin, former managing director of Keith Prowse and former Chair of event caterer Absolute Taste and hospitality group Fabulous Fan Fayre, as a non-executive director.

The UK contract caterer has also appointed James Greetham, a former managing director of Sodexo Prestige Venues & Events who has served as Business Director for London with Compass Group subsidiary, Levy Restaurants UK, as its Strategic Business Development Director.

 

Russell Scanlon who has held senior positions with Dine Contract Catering, Compass Group, and Lexington Catering, also joins Bartlett Mitchell in the newly created role of Business Director for the Midlands and North of England.

Announcing the appointments, Executive Chairman and founder, Wendy Bartlett, said:

“I am delighted to welcome these incredibly talented people into our BM family. We have always worked hard to ensure that we constantly invest in our business, and people are a critical part of that process.

“As one of the only truly independent businesses, we are pleased that more clients are looking to us to help them provide their businesses with a food offer they can be proud of.

“We know, in order to keep growing in a sustainable way, that we need to find people whose values are aligned to ours. Our Fundamentally foodie values aren’t just a piece of marketing, they define everything we do. That’s why we invest a lot of time and resource to recruit and retain the very best people in our sector. We are incredibly proud to make these appointments and we’re looking forward building on our already amazing business operations.”

Bartlett Mitchell reported a turnover of £45.6 million in 2018.

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