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Sodexo wins £10m IFM contract with global banking firm

Sodexo’s Corporate Services division has been awarded a five-year contract, worth £2 million per annum to provide integrated facilities management (IFM) for a renowned global bank’s London offices.

The contract will see Sodexo deploy its Vital Spaces proposition, which aims to boost the employee experience and enhance productivity.

Under the terms of the deal, Sodexo will deliver a range of services including catering, hospitality, cleaning, reception and guest services, technical services and the management of the in-house gym.

The catering and hospitality will be provided by The Good Eating Company, which believes that fabulous and fresh food is the secret to a happy and dedicated workforce. Sodexo will work in partnership with the banking firm to create engaging spaces and menus, to deliver a relaxed and stylish dining experience that will become the heart of the workplace.

The in-house gym will be managed by Sodexo Health Works which will offer 1:1 fitness advice, run regular and pop-up exercise classes; coordinate running and walking clubs and provide sessions on health and wellbeing.

Sodexo will also be introducing a Head of Workplace Experience as well as a Community & Engagement Manager, to help the bank embed its purpose to empower people to stay a step ahead in life and in business.

Julie Ennis, CEO Corporate Services, Sodexo UK & Ireland said: “This is an exciting win for us. The philosophy behind our Vital Spaces proposition is the perfect fit for this global banking giant, which like us is firmly focussed on people and the employee experience. Culture is of great importance to this firm and our people-centred approach suited their needs perfectly. We are working in true partnership with them to deliver a workplace experience that will allow their colleagues to thrive in a place they feel connected to and empowered by.”

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