Harbour & Jones Events listed at three more London venues

29 October 2013 by
Harbour & Jones Events listed at three more London venues

Harbour & Jones Events has added Middle Temple, Westminster Abbey and the Sarah Myerscough Fine Art Gallery to its portfolio of venues where it is listed to cater.

The events arms of B&I caterer Harbour & Jones made the announcement that it is now an approved supplier at all three buildings when it re-launched the company's website yesterday.

"It's a huge compliment to be listed at these venues. The standard of suppliers we are amongst is incredibly high and it's great to be able to unveil them on our new website, which has been six months in the making," said Hannah Evans, Harbour & Jones Events sales manager.

The new look website was launched with the aim of further promoting the events business as well as its team of chefs and stylists.

Susan Morrissey will join the company next week as venue sales director. In this role, the former freelance consultant will be tasked with driving growth and developing existing business within the Harbour & Jones Events collection.

Serial entrepreneur Luke Johnson joined the Harbour & Jones board in a non-executive director role, earlier this year.

Luke Johnson joins board of caterer Harbour & Jones >>

Harbour & Jones wins £1m Royal Society of Chemistry catering deal >>

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