BaxterStorey loses senior Holroyd Howe director

13 May 2008
BaxterStorey loses senior Holroyd Howe director

Debi Siegenberg, who last year became Holroyd Howe's first national sales director, has left the company following its merger with Baxter Storey owner the WSH Group.

Siegenberg, who became UK sales director in March 2007, had moved from Compass Group where she was sales director for business and industry, fine dining, sport & leisure and education to take up the role.

The departure is the most significant since Holroyd Howe merged with BaxterStorey late last year.

After the merger, Siegenberg became sales director responsible for the North and Scotland regions but she left the company on 9 May.

Heidi Butler, business development director at the enlarged caterer who worked closely with Siegenberg, is also moving on in the coming weeks.

William Baxter, deputy chief executive of BaxterStorey, said: "We wish both Debi and Heidi well in their new positions and thank them for their contributions during the time they have worked with us."

Siegenberg is working on a project basis with travel catering concessions company SSP, which was sold by Compass to private equity firm EQT in 2006.

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By Chris Druce

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