Paul Daly appointed managing director of Initial Catering Services

03 April 2007 by
Paul Daly appointed managing director of Initial Catering Services

Paul Daly has been announced as managing director of Initial Catering Services, part of Rentokil Initial.

He officially starts his position on the 8 April and will oversee Autograph Foodservice and Eden Foodservice.

Daly joined the caterer and facilities management division of the company last year as consultant, a move exclusively revealed in Caterer.

Daly was previously commercial director of business and industry at Sodexho and was originally taken on by Initial for a three-month period to asses the future of the Autograph (business and industry) and Eden (education) brands.

The company has recently won a £2m-plus catering contract with tour operator Thomas Cook and a £2m contract with Diabetes Care in Oxford, which also includes a support services contract worth £2m.

Daly started his hospitality career as an apprentice at the Dorchester hotel in London.

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By Chris Druce

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