Seasoned gets 18-month extension on V&A approved suppliers list

24 February 2016 by
Seasoned gets 18-month extension on V&A approved suppliers list

Event caterer Seasoned has secured its place on the approved suppliers list at the V&A Museum for a further 18 months.

Colin Sayers, managing partner at Seasoned, said: "We are so happy to have re-secured our preferred suppliers agreement with this amazing venue.

"To have had such a successful working relationship with a venue as beautiful as this one is a great achievement to behold and we hope this will continue for many years."

Rachel Quilliam-Scott, corporate and private events manager at the V&A Museum, added: "The V&A's events team is very excited to continue our partnership with Seasoned into 2016.

"After a busy start to the year with two drinks receptions and two dinners before the end of February, we are sure this will be a very successful time for them and we look forward to seeing much more of them in the coming months."

At the beginning of this year Seasoned secured a place on the preferred caterers list at the O2's indoor venues, Building Six and Piazza.

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