Bartlett Mitchell appoints Angus Brydon as operations director

26 June 2017 by
Bartlett Mitchell appoints Angus Brydon as operations director

Independent caterer Bartlett Mitchell has announced the appointment of Angus Brydon as operations director.

Brydon, who is returning to the company having previously worked for Bartlett Mitchell as an area business manager and then operations business manager 2009-2014, will be responsible for overseeing operations at key accounts, facilitating growth and driving team development.

He rejoins the company after a three-year spell at Elior, where he was operations director for its City business.

Brydon becomes one of three operations directors at Bartlett Mitchell, joining Antony Prentice and Heather Day. He will report to Francois Gautreaux, operational managing director.

Brydon said: "I'm delighted to be returning. As one of the last few remaining leading independent caterers, Bartlett Mitchell really does hold a unique place in the industry."

Gautreaux added: "We are delighted that Angus has returned to the Bartlett Mitchell family. We are exceptionally proud to have three operations directors who truly understand our values from the ground up having been with us for many years. As a business, the training and development of our teams is a priority so we are truly thrilled to be able to support and facilitate the next step in Angus's career."

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