Wilson Vale has won a one-year contract worth £80,000 in revenue to operate a café and hospitality service at Kings House Management, a conference and business centre in Kings Langley, Hertfordshire.
As well as meeting and conferencing facilities, the centre has fully serviced and virtual offices, a multimedia theatre, video conferencing and gym facilities.
Andrew Wilson (pictured), co-founder and managing director of Wilson Vale, said: "What is really interesting about this contract is that the centre is used by a diverse range of people, from home-workers who use it as a hot-desk facility to business people visiting for training purposes and meetings. The food offer had to be good and it was important for our client to work with caterers with the same culture and style so that we could enhance and support their work."
This latest contract gain brings Wilson Vale's portfolio to more than 70 contracts, mainly within the B&I, conferencing and independent schools sectors.
Annual turnover is set to reach £17m by the end of its financial year (December 2012) - £2m more than its projected turnover figure for 2012.
By Neil Gerrard
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