Titchener and Craven to leave Aramark

04 October 2006
Titchener and Craven to leave Aramark

Aramark UK has announced two high-level departures from the company.

Simon Titchener, managing director of London and group business and industry accounts, and Kevin Craven, managing director of specialist markets, will both leave the US-based caterer in the next few weeks.

Craven will become managing director of Balfour Beatty facilities management group Haden UK on 17 November and Titchener has left to "pursue his career outside of Aramark".

While no replacement for Craven has yet been found, Dean Lindsay will be promoted to managing director of UK business and industry to take over from Titchener.

He will be joined by American Jay Zweibaum, who moves from Aramark's New York office to become regional director for London. Zweibaum will report to Lindsay.

UK chief executive Andrew Main said: "We look forward to Jay bringing some of our global best practices to our clients in London."

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By Tom Bill

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