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BM scoops £10m worth of contracts in six months 

Workplace catering firm, BM Caterers, has secured contracts worth more than £10 million over the last six months with clients across the legal, investment, real estate and media sectors.

New clients, who are based across multiple sites across the UK, include high-profile names such as global real estate investor, developer and manager Hines, law firm Lewis Silkin, and power tools business STIHL.

All contracts are approximately one to three years in length, where BM will be providing services including breakfast, lunch, free issue, hospitality, coffee bars, full-service restaurants, and events. The contracts encompass sites between London and Surrey to Nottingham and Manchester.

Some contract mobilisations will also involve relocations of facilities or headquarters, with BM overseeing the dual running of old and new sites and mobilising. The company will also support refurbishments and engagement campaigns, and new client lounges.

Angus Brydon, joint MD, BM, said: “Securing these prestigious contracts aligns seamlessly with BM’s strategic vision and our expansion goals in the Midlands and the North.

“It’s truly heartening to hear from our clients that they chose BM because we genuinely ‘got’ them. By tailoring our food offers to their distinct needs, we have been able to demonstrate that the BM family is all about deep understanding and partnership.” 

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