‘Substantial uplift’ in resources to develop food at Revolution

Revolution crate

Revolution Bars Group has created new group management roles as part of a “substantial uplift” in resources to further develop food sales.

It has created the three new management positions in its catering team, including head of food innovation and two kitchen area managers.

The new post of head of food innovation has been filled by Mark Rush, who has been executive chef for the group for more than two years. During that time, he has been instrumental in developing the bars’ menus (pictured). Before that, he held catering management positions at Pizza Express and Barracuda Group.

Mark’s new role will focus on ensuring that the food offerings at both Revolution and sister brand Revolución de Cuba are “exciting and innovative” so that customers have the best dining experience every time they visit.

The two new roles for kitchen area managers are currently being advertised for. The successful candidates will be tasked with ensuring that the company’s 60 sites can draw on even more expert catering advice to develop food sales across both the Revolution and Revolución de Cuba brands.

Mark McQuater, CEO of Revolution Bars Group, said: “As we prepare for the new year, I am delighted to announce this substantial uplift in resources to further develop our food sales in the casual dining area of Revolution Bars Group PLC throughout 2016.

“This creates a substantial new career ladder for those wishing to pursue a professional career in catering that can take them all the way to the senior management team.”

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