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Lime Venue Portfolio continues success story into 2016

Jo Austin, Sales Director, Lime Venue Portfolio
Lime Venue Portfolio (LVP) has announced record figures and another year of growth for the business. The brand posted an annual turnover of over £40m across its portfolio of managed venues for 2015; beating budget and posting an increase on last year’s turnover of 11%, with eight venues achieving growth of 20% year on year or more. .

The brand’s performance underlines the continued success of the unique and unusual venue sector and its growing influence in delivering eye-catching events. Equally, the brand continues to invest in central training and the delivery of award winning sales and marketing support that has helped grow the portfolio as a collective.

“These are stunning figures, ahead of the market and underlining the faith that our customers have in Lime Venue Portfolio venues,” comments Jo Austin, Sales Director, Lime Venue Portfolio. “Our venues have performed magnificently in a tough market; we’ve been able to keep customers within the portfolio, ensuring that if they have an event, we have the venue that suits them.”

Lime Venue Portfolio is also already looking at a strong 2016, “2016 looks like another cracking year for LVP. We’ve really strengthened our offer to the market with the addition of the Churchill War Rooms and HMS Belfast in London, and Weston Park in Staffordshire, allowing more choice for our customers. We are also focused on keeping our customers delighted with the service and quality food that they now expect from us.”

“We’re incredibly proud of the reputation we have for the quality of our food and venues, but we’re also delighted that we continue to connect our customers with the venues that will help make their events a success,” concluded Jo.

LVP is a division of Levy Restaurants UK the sport, leisure and hospitality division of Compass Group UK & Ireland.

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