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By M&C Report team2011-10-11T14:49:00+01:00
Healthy eating brand Tossed has appointed Ann Elliot to its board as a non-executive director.
Salad bar brand Tossed has been acquired out of administration by its former managing and commercial directors Neil Sebba and Angelina Harrisson.
London, you may have heard, is a ghost town. In the latest round of borderline dystopian statistics to surface as a result of the pandemic, just 7,000 of the 120,000 workers based in Canary Wharf are back at their desks. And although office workers across the capital may be thrilled to be without the twice daily commuter Hunger Games, for those in hospitality, a few stifling minutes on the Central line is a non-issue if the alternative is unemployment. In the last month alone, city-based to-go brands including Wasabi, Tossed, Pret and most recently Itsu have appointed advisors to assess their options, but whilst, historically, the mention of advisors might ring alarm bells, faced with the current economic climate, it could be time to shed the stigma.
Oakman Inns’ executive chairman Peter Borg-Neal and Des Gunewardena, chief executive, D&D London will join the panel on next Monday’s edition of MCA’s The Conversation.
There’s still time to register for MCA’s The Conversation at 3pm where we are delighted to joined by with Peter Marks, chief executive, Rekom UK and Martin Wolstencroft, chief executive of Arc Inspirations to discuss the hot topics of the day.
UKHospitality, the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA), and the British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) have written a joint letter to government to highlight the need for certainty around the move to step four of the government’s roadmap.
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