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Fare of London celebrates client renewals worth £25 million in 25th year

Fare of London Managing Director John Durden
Contract and event catering company Fare of London today announces the renewal of several client contracts which will deliver some £25 million of revenue for the company over the next five years. The milestone comes at a significant point in the company’s history as 2015 marks the 25th year of parent company Principals Catering Consultants Ltd of which Fare of London forms the Conference and Events division.

Fare of London has secured renewed contracts with five of its existing clients, with Ironmonger’s Hall, Furniture Maker’s Hall, The Royal College of Physicians, The Royal College of Ophthalmologists and The Royal Pharmaceutical Society all re-signing contracts with the caterer for periods of time ranging from three to five years. The contract renewal with the Royal College of Physicians marked the 17th year of working with the venue and fourth time that the contract has been renewed.  

Clive Ostler, General Manager at the Royal College of Physicians (RCP), says: “We have been working with Fare of London for 17 years now and they continue to go above and beyond our expectations. They deliver a great food and beverage service and are also an invaluable asset in helping to drive the events business here at RCP.”  

Fare of London Managing Director John Durden says: “We look at contract renewals as a major achievement. It’s truly a great way to mark our 25th anniversary and is testament to the exceptional service consistently delivered by our staff who continue to embody our core brand values on a daily basis.  

“Although winning new contracts is always exciting, there is huge satisfaction and pride for all the team when existing clients have been sufficiently happy with the service we deliver that they want to carry the partnership forward. I am delighted to kick off 2015 and our 25th anniversary with such a positive result for the team!”

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