London caterer Seasoned has reported a 20% increase in year-on-year turnover following an increase in second quarter sales.
The increase has been seen in the six months since February, compared to the same period the year before, and reflects new venue listings offered by the company including Somerset House, the Natural History Museum, Gunnersbury Park House, Harrow School and the LookOut in Hyde Park.
Seasoned said the new listings have helped it attract a range of clients and host events including the Nocturne Music Festival at Blenheim Palace, Marvel's premiere for Deadpool 2 at the Henley Royal Regatta at Leander Club.
Colin Sayers, managing director of Seasoned, said: "We have really evolved over the last eighteen months and maintained our focus on investing in a strong team, refining our service and pushing the creative boundaries in our catering. Injecting fresh ideas and resources into the business is crucial in what is a fast-moving and ever-changing industry, reflected in our recently launched new website www.seasonedevents.co.uk. All these factors have come together resulting in an increase in listings and in turn driving growth.
"The sizzling summer we all experienced has obviously been a recent boost to the sector, however we will continue our vision to grow throughout the seasons to come, attracting new audiences and new partnerships. I feel this is a very reasonable expectation for the foreseeable future, given the people power and vision we have aligned with our goals."