Ampersand Events strengthens venue portfolio

22 April 2016 by
Ampersand Events strengthens venue portfolio

Ampersand Events, has expanded its portfolio of London venues with two new supplier list accreditations at Dulwich Picture Gallery and the four sites of Royal Museums Greenwich.

The catering company has also retained its supplier listings at Kew Gardens, Museum of London, Tower of London, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court Palace and Banqueting House.

Following the three-month tender process at Royal Museums Greenwich, which assessed proficiency in quality, consistency and adherence to health and safety regulations, Ampersand Events was awarded a place on both the caterer and wedding caterer lists.

The business now has the opportunity to operate at Cutty Sark, National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory and Queen's House.
Richard Meyer, group general manager at Ampersand Events, said: "It's been a great start to 2016. We are thrilled to have secured accredited supplier status at Royal Museums Greenwich and Dulwich Picture Gallery and to have retained our established listings.

"The team has worked hard to demonstrate our capabilities and professionalism, as well as the value we can add to our clients' business, with great success. The new venues are great additions to our diverse portfolio and we are keen to work at the amazing locations. In fact, we have already referred and confirmed business into the National Maritime Museum."

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