Harbour & Jones (H&J) has added another London advertising agency to its books after winning the deal to feed staff at JWT last December.
The contract caterer will provide services to the Engine Group's 700 staff at its new headquarters in Portland Street, providing a café, wine bar and hospitality service.
Engine Group, which consists of 12 advertising, PR and marketing agencies, looks after clients including Churchill Insurance, Nokia Siemens and 118 118.
The cost-plus contract opened over the May bank holiday and was previously run by Elior's Avenance. It is worth around £375,000 a year on a rolling basis.
The caterer has also pipped rivals to the deal to cater at the Institute of Physics at Portland Place, London.
H&J will take over the predominantly conference and banqueting contract from the in-house team on 1 August. The cost-plus contract is three years and will add £875,000 in annual turnover.
H&J co-founder Nathan Jones said: "These new gains, together with those already mobilized at JWT, CMS Cameron McKenna and Catlin this year have bought our annual turnover to just over £13m."
The contract caterer now has 22 clients and operates at 28 sites.
By Chris Druce
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