Talkington Bates secures three London deals worth £2.5m

16 October 2017 by
Talkington Bates secures three London deals worth £2.5m

Talkington Bates has secured three new contract wins worth a combined £2.5m.

The contract caterer has signed deals with the Falcon Group, the European Banking Authority and the International Institute of Anti-Ageing (IIAA).

It will provide restaurant-style food for financial services business the Falcon Group, which is based on London's Lombard Street, event catering for the European Banking Authority in Canary Wharf, and staff and visitor catering at the IIAA in north London.

Employees of JVCKenwood and Casio, which are also based in the IAA's London offices, will also benefit from the new service, which has already increased uptake by 20% month on month.

In addition to the contract wins, Talkington Bates has also extended its three-year contract with Bio Products Laboratory.

Talkington Bates joint managing director Janice Talkington said: "We have always been committed to providing the absolute highest standard of catering and these recent contract wins are testament to this. Our insistence on bespoke solutions has a proven track record and by continuing to put our clients at the heart of everything we do, I'm confident that we can continue to deliver innovative solutions to all types of businesses."

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