Holroyd Howe in double contract win

10 April 2007 by
Holroyd Howe in double contract win

Contract caterer Holroyd Howe has won two multimillion-pound contracts in London at international law firm Simmons & Simmons and the University of the Arts.

Caterer understands the exact details of Holroyd's contract win at Simmons & Simmons Ropemaker Street office are still being sorted, but it is expected to be worth around seven figures in turnover.

The contract was previously held by Yes Dining.

Howe already provides catering for legal clients Ashurst, DPW and Addleshaw Goddard.

The University of Arts deal, set over nine campuses, starts in August and runs for three years. It is valued at £1m to £2m in turnover over the full-term.

The company has also appointed its first UK sales director, Debi Siegenberg.

Siegenberg joins the company's board and was sales director for business and industry, fine dining, sport & leisure and education at Compass Group.

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By Chris Druce

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