The two event caterers won a three year deal to provide all the public catering at Hampton Court Flower Show. It is worth an estimated combined turnover of £2 million.
The partnership was formed in 2010 after successfully winning a three year public catering contract for the RHS Tatton Park Flower Show in Cheshire. Both companies will come together again to manage the Premium Food Courts, as well as all retail Champagne & Pimms and Coffee Bars for over 150,000 visitors at Hampton Court Flower Show.
Creativevents managing director Adrian Willson said: "Both companies are innovators at the premium end of the event catering market. We have worked in partnership over a number of years to develop stylish, high quality, high volume, fresh food and drink concepts at some of the UK's most prestigious events."
Caroline Hills head of shows operations, added: "I am very excited by the concepts that Creativevents and The Fine Food Company are introducing at Hampton Court. They did a superb job for the RHS at Tatton Park in 2010 and we look forward to working with them at both events in 2011."
Last week it was announced that Amadeus, the event catering arm of The NEC Group had won a three-year contract to operate all the fixed outlets at the Hampton Court Flower Show - including marquee food courts, the Allium Restaurant and Bistro, two contemporary Long Water restaurants, the Palace Tea Rooms and two deli-style outlets.
By Janie Stamford
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