Heritage Porfolio signs new five-year deal with Hopetoun House

28 January 2013 by
Heritage Porfolio signs new five-year deal with Hopetoun House

Edinburgh-based caterer Heritage Portfolio has extended its long-term association with Hopetoun House with a new five-year deal.

The exclusive contract builds on a 10-year relationship with the stately home and is expected to see Heritage Portfolio expand its dedicated venue-based catering and events team.

Commenting on the new contract, Heritage Portfolio chief executive Alan Duff said: We have a strong relationship with the team at Hopetoun and we are very happy to have signed this shared commitment for another five years."

The new agreement reflects the caterer's decision, as it enters its second decade in business, to "shift focus towards building exclusive partnerships with premium venues that match its ethos of quality and creativity".

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By Janie Manzoori-Stamford

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