London-based caterer Vacherin has won two new contracts with a combined turnover of more than £1m.
The independent firm will provide catering services for events held at the Royal Society of Chemistry in Burlington House in London's West End as part of a three-year contract. Vacherin will have use of five refurbished event spaces, including the Library Room and the Priestly Room.
In addition Vacherin will manage the public café and event space at the Building Centre, near Goodge Street. Hospitality for up to 500 guests will be provided by the caterer as part of the rolling contract.
Phil Roker, owner-director of Vacherin, said: "We are very privileged to able to work with two such iconic venues in the heart of the capital and we are honoured that they've put their trust in our team."
Colin Henderson, chief executive for the Building Centre, added: "We wanted a catering company who understood our ethos and Vacherin fit the bill perfectly."
By Janie Stamford
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