We’ve seen a major increase in turnover
We’ve just announced a recent turnover spike as more and more people are coming back for a second serving of creative canapés and culinary creations made by our very own team here at Kudos Delivered. Our turnover has increased by just under 50% compared to this time last year, and we couldn’t be more delighted. Our team has put in a lot of work this year and the results really do show.
We’ve brought in quite a few new businesses to our delivery roster which has boosted our overall turnover so far by a considerable amount, and we believe that our new contract wins are a result of creativity, ingenuity and thinking outside the box. Here at KD we love our customers and treat our clients as friends rather than traditional ‘clients’. This means that we can offer the best level of customer service possible and really understand what a business wants from its lunchtime supply of treats, meats and delights. Everyone has their own preferences, and tailoring these to each individual client has been a huge part of our success too!
One of our most recent wins was with the NHS and Digital Catapult which is set to last two years. This combination, alongside our existing clients, is a huge contributing factor to our turnover figure, and we’re proud of what we’ve achieved so far. We’re certainly going to be continuing providing our creative flair and in-chew-itive knowledge of everything edible in order to maintain our success.
Our Managing Director, Nicky Pratt, commented on the good news: “The figures we’ve received from this quarter are outstanding and I’m really proud of everyone in the team for this incredible achievement.
“Everyone here has gone above and beyond to start the New Year with a bang and we’ve most certainly made that happen. I’m so happy that our innovative food concepts are being received well by clients new and old.
“We’ve closed the first quarter with our heads held high and we’re eager to emulate the success that we’ve had this time around going into the second quarter.”