Amadeus scoops £5m contract at Stratford Upon Avon venue

03 March 2014 by
Amadeus scoops £5m contract at Stratford Upon Avon venue

Caterer Amadeus has scooped a £5m catering and event contract at Riverside in Stratford Upon Avon.

The new five-year deal is the latest in a string of contract wins for the caterer, part of the NEC Group, which has picked up £16m of new business in the last 10 months. New clients include Cadbury World, Camden Council, the Library of Birmingham and Birmingham Town Hall.

Riverside, the largest wooden structure in Europe, was purpose built to offer a restaurant, bar, and conference and event facilities, all of which will be managed by the Amadeus team.

Kevin Watson, Amadeus managing director, said the win marks a strong start to 2014 in terms of the company's national growth strategy.

Riverside owner Nic Allen said the venue had been on the drawing board for more than 10 years, adding: "In my eyes the relationship with Amadeus is not just a normal contract but an exciting partnership, getting Amadeus involved early on in the project has been the key to getting this iconic building ready and prepared for the launch in March."

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