Vacherin has reported a great start to its financial year, with the caterer opening two new contracts. The first is with the Royal College of Pathologists in Aldgate at a purpose-built new location, the second with a global provider of leadership advisory services, whose London team has recently relocated to Victoria.
The two contracts have a combined value of £4m. They continue Vacherin’s ongoing financial and commercial success, having reported a 100% client retention rate and turnover in excess of £25m last year.
Daniel Ross, chief executive at the Royal College of Pathologists, said: “We’re excited to begin this journey with Vacherin, who have a great reputation in London. I’m particularly looking forward to seeing the wide range of exciting food and beverage options to suit the varied customer base likely to be using our new venue.”
Phil Roker, owner and managing director of Vacherin, added: “After an incredibly successful year for Vacherin, we’re thrilled to see such a great start already. These two contract wins further cement our standing in the London market, and we’re excited to be further developing our offering with the new venue space as part of the Royal College of Pathologists partnership.”