"I’m really looking forward to working on some exciting new food concepts for the summer as well as developing chefs within the business," said Rodley. "It’s fantastic to be able to work across such prestigious venues and with such a high calibre of chefs."
The new role has been created as a result of Harbour & Jones' business expansion in the last year. The firm is contracted to run events at a number of London venues, including the Royal Society, Royal Society of Arts, Prince Philip House and 41 Portland Place, as well as being a listed caterer at Cutty Sark and St Paul’s Cathedral.
Rodley will be offering his expertise in fine dining as well as his creative flair and innovative approach to food. Working at 76 Portland Place for over six years, he helped grow the business to a record breaking £1.1m in food and beverage sales last year.
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