22 February 2012
Catering business CH&Co has created two chief executive roles as part of a reorganisation.
Caroline Fry moves up from managing director of the company's business and industry division to become its chief executive.
Meanwhile, Alison Tyler makes the same move within the commercial division.
The announcement comes after a period of business wins for the new chief executives.
Fry’s division recently won the Dune Shoe Company and Thames Water contracts.
And last year, Tyler’s commercial team won the five-and-a-half-year catering contract for Historic Royal Palaces – worth an estimated £60 million.
Fry, who joined CH&Co in 1994, and Tyler, who joined in 1998, report to chairman Tim Jones.
Independent catering group CH&Co has an annual turnover of £75 million and employs almost 2,000 people.
The group's six specialist business units are Charlton House (staff catering at business and industry sites), Lusso (City and fine dining), Chester Boyd (livery halls and private venues), It’s the Agency (venues and events booking agency), Ampersand (public and event catering at iconic and private venues) and Via 360 (bespoke reception services).
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