Caterer Graysons has confirmed the launch of five new contracts this year, with a combined value of £3.2m per year.
The company's contract with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society in the City of London, won from CH&Co, launched on 2 January; while a contract with the National Education Union's Hamilton House site on Euston Road, won from Cooks & Partners, gets underway on 3 March.
Haberdashers' Hall (pictured) in Farringdon, starting on 1 April, was also won from CH&Co, with Graysons' winning bid included public-facing development plans to position Haberdashers' Hall on the burgeoning ‘culture mile', stretching from Farringdon to Moorgate.
McCann Worldgroup's new headquarters in Bishopsgate will open after Easter; and a new partnership with the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board in Marylebone will see Graysons delivering hospitality services from 26 April.
The outset of 2020 has also seen the retention of Graysons' contract with Mitsubishi Motors in the UK, as well as the contract extension of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists at its new home in London Bridge.
Since taking over the contract at the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew at Wakehurst in 2018, 2020 will also see the transformation of the main restaurant and cafés.
Simona Oproiu, business development director, said: "Facts speak louder than words: Graysons has enjoyed a 100% retention rate for the last five years as well as sustained organic growth. This is something we are immensely proud of. It is testament to how we do things differently and offer a wholly personal approach to every partnership."
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