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Kudos wins three more years at the Cambridge Corn Exchange

Kudos wins three more years at the Cambridge Corn Exchange

Kudos Hospitality has seen off competition from three rival caterers to retain sole caterer status at the Cambridge Corn Exchange.

Kudos, part of the Crown Group, has provided catering and hospitality services at the venue for the past four years and the new £500,000 deal sees the partnership extended for a further three years.

Jon Pryce, Kudos Hospitality managing director, said: "We are delighted to retain the Cambridge Corn Exchange contract. The venue holds a wide range of events throughout the year, from Paul Weller to Peppa Pig, and a range of the corporate events as well. The audience and Kudos offering couldn't be more diverse."

The Cambridge Corn Exchange comprises a main auditorium, which can accommodate up to 1,800 people, and the Schering, King's and St John's rooms - each has space for up to 150 people.

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By Janie Stamford

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