Blue Apple wins £5.4m of new business in Q1

06 June 2017 by
Blue Apple wins £5.4m of new business in Q1

Foodservice firm Blue Apple Catering has won £5.4m of new business during the first quarter of the year, it has announced.

The Wokingham-based firm made gains including contracts for: DAC Beachcroft, an international law firm with catering at two central London locations and Bristol: TATA Technologies' brand new £20m European HQ in the Midlands; and Whitbread's group headquarters in Dunstable, Bedfordshire.

Meanwhile, recent appointments and promotions have also strengthened the senior management team. Sarah Prentice has been promoted to sales and marketing director, while former Lexington finance director Roy McGregor has been appointed as finance director. Ruth Shepherd has also joined from Bourne Leisure as human resources manager.

Brian Allanson, CEO said: "The new business and senior appointments plus the recent extension and refurbishment of our offices, together with investment in new technology means the company is well positioned for a new phase of growth. Ruston [Toms, founding director] and I are very proud of the achievements of our teams and are looking forward to the next few years with great enthusiasm".

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