Some of the exciting things that happened in 2011
BaxterStorey has appointed Sarah Miller to Regional Managing Director, Midlands and South - a new management position created as part of the company's investment in future growth.
Simon Houston, Group Manager at BaxterStorey, has won the Acorn Scholarship 2012. BaxterStorey’s Chef Trainer, John Hicks, also received a highly commended award.
BaxterStorey has achieved its highest ever score and gained Premier status in the Institute of Hospitality’s Hospitality Assured accreditation scheme.
BaxterStorey has won a significant deal with Balfour Beatty Workplace to provide contract catering at BBC North’s new headquarters.
A major new survey by Westbury Street Holdings (WSH) reveals that the recession is having a significant impact on people’s food choices and attitudes. Alarmingly almost a quarter of surveyed parents of school children have said that the impact of the recession has reduced their ability to make healthy eating choices for their children.
BaxterStorey, the UK’s largest independent contract catering company, has signed up for Red Tractor group certification.
Fred Sirieix creates a bespoke version of “The Art of Service” for exclusive use within BaxterStorey
Fred Sirieix, General Manager at Galvin at Windows and co-host of BBC 2 series, Michel Roux’s service has devised a unique training tool exclusively for BaxterStorey.
BaxterStorey, Caterlink and Holroyd Howe Independent have demonstrated their commitment to sustainable fish sourcing.
Award-winning chefs, Mark Hix and Tom Kitchin are joining the BaxterStorey family, to help deliver its regionally focused programme of chef mentoring and training.
Westbury Street Holdings announces the appointment of Anil Alim, Procurement and Supply Chain Director
Anil Alim has been appointed procurement and supply chain director for Westbury Street Holdings which owns best in class hospitality and catering operations; BaxterStorey, Caterlink, Holroyd Howe and benugo, and Portico front of house management services.