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Bennett Hay wins a £3 million 5 year contract with Weil, Gotshal and Manges

19 January 2016

Bennett Hay, named as one of the Best Places to Work in Hospitality by the Caterer in 2015, has recently won a five-year contract with preeminent provider of legal services, Weil, Gotshal and Manges, following a competitive tender of bespoke London caterers

Established in 1996, Weil’s London office is a leader in the UK legal market and this contract will give the award-winning bespoke hospitality service provider a larger footprint in this sector. The contract win is testament to Bennett Hay’s knowledge and expertise in the industry as well as to its reputation and enthusiasm for delivering total guest fulfillment.
Under the terms of the £3 million contract, Bennett Hay will deliver staff catering for a breakfast, lunch and evening service to the prestigious law firm’s nearly three hundred employees. Bennett Hay will also provide a very high quality hospitality, fine dining and events service. 
“We awarded the catering contract to Bennett Hay as we felt they were the most innovative company throughout the process with a great focus on their people”, said Margaret Lloyd, Head of Facilities and Front of House, Weil.
Robin Hay, Bennett Hay’s co-founder commented: “Weil represents a hugely important and prestigious contract for Bennett Hay and we are delighted to be working with Weil and looking after the wellbeing of their people and clients.”

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