Senior business directors at Eurest promoted to joint MDs

Eurest, the workplace division of foodservice provider Compass Group Ireland and UK, has promoted two of its most Senior Business Directors to Joint Managing Directors.

Paul Williams

Paul Williams and Nick Haynes, who’ve both worked for Compass for a decade nearly, use up the positions, effective immediately, and so are in charge of Eurest’s strategic growth and direction now. They shall manage team performance, win home based business and build relationships with existing clients to make sure contract renewals.

Even though pair will continue to work closely together on Eurest’s business strategy and become totally aligned on company-wide themes such as for example sustainability, they’re managing different sides of the continuing business.

Williams oversees Eurest’s large, multi-site clients, including brands such as for example Amazon, Porsche, Virgin Media, British Airways, Heathrow and ibm Airport. Whereas Haynes is managing the company’s single-site clients, which cover the breadth and amount of the UK you need to include Bombardier, The Royal Mint, Scottish and halfords Power.

Talking about his new appointment, Williams said: “The catering market continues to recuperate in the wake of Covid-19, with cash sales growing month-on-month since restrictions were removed, the real number of people time for offices increasing and sites which were previously closed reopening. This puts us in a solid position once we seek to close the entire year on a high and appearance ahead to 2022.

Nick Haynes

“Nick and I’ve worked together for a long period and there’s great synergy between us, which means this is a great partnership to help expand the aims of the ongoing company.”

Haynes added: “Although previously we were in similar director roles, Paul and I’ve another knowledge base, client and experience set. The single-site clients I represent are smaller in proportions but more numerous far, whereas Paul’s multi-site clients are fewer but more technical. This means we bring unique skills, which we are able to utilise to serve the many parts of the business enterprise comprehensively.”

Morag Freathy, Managing Director of Industry and Business, who oversees Eurest and its own sister companies 14Forty and Dine, said:  “I’m delighted to possess appointed Paul and Nick as Eurest’s Managing Directors. They’re both hugely experienced within their business areas and also have some exciting plans for future years for the brand. They will have provided exceptional support to your clients within the last 18 months, which includes seen us innovate at great pace in addition to create fun new food offers – with sustainability at their core. 2022 appears like it’s likely to be another busy year for all of us – and I’ve without doubt under Paul and Nick’s leadership, Eurest shall continue steadily to go from strength to strength.

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