Charlton House is weathering the financial storm with £11m of new business and contract retentions since January.
The independent corporate catering firm has secured a string of new contracts such as the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Ladbrokes and the Haymarket Media Group.
The company's contract with Her Majesty's Treasury has been recently renewed for a further five years, and a contract retention at Regent's college in London is worth £4.4m.
Tim Jones, co-founder and chairman at Charlton House, commented: "Our philosophy is that these are different, not difficult times.
"Despite the downturn, there are many quality players like us who are quietly getting on with business as usual."
Charlton House has also renewed its contract with the international law firm, SJ Berwin, and has extended its existing contract with BMW to include two additional sites, taking their portfolio of BMW sites to six.
By Janie Stamford
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