Green and Fortune has announced it will be the exclusive operator of all hospitality and retail catering services at Central Hall Westminster.
The hospitality reform has signed a contract with the London-based conference venue, and will begin its role on 1 March 2020. It will now cater for all corporate events in the venue’s 25 conference spaces, as well as its concert programme and two cafés.
Central Hall will be the third venue in the Green and Fortune portfolio, following its contracts with Kings Place and Sea Containers which are also London-based venues.
The firm said this latest agreement “embodies our expertise in providing a mix of both retail and events catering within large London venues”, and follows its strategy of “delivering measured growth and value”.
Green and Fortune chief executive, John Nugent, said: “We have been measured and selective both with our growth plans and our working partners since our launch in 2008.
“Alongside Central Hall Westminster we have ambitious plans to develop the product and the business over the coming years, whilst still retaining the solid ethos of both organisations.”
He added: “The venue’s focus on sustainability mirrors our own and we will be working to further enhance this between the teams.
“The Green and Fortune team are looking forward to innovating the food offer and enhancing service styles at this world renowned venue.”
Emma Williams, chief operating officer at Green and Fortune, said: “We’re delighted to have been selected as the catering partner of Central Hall Westminster.
“Throughout the entire process we have felt a great synergy with them, particularly the people, which is something that is really important for us, given how key relationships are to successful partnerships.”
She added: “It’s also a fantastic opportunity to work with a new catering team, including existing staff and new positions, to re-energise them and bring a fresh dynamic to the whole offer. There’s a genuine sense of excitement throughout at Green and Fortune to embrace a new team and contract into the fold.”