Mark Hix restructures restaurant business to create joint venture with Westbury Street Holdings

TramshedRenowned restaurateur and chef Mark Hix has restructured his restaurant business to create a new joint venture with hospitality business Westbury Street Holdings (WSH).

Mark Hix commented: “Since starting my first restaurant in 2007 I have had the support of several private investors and the business has grown very successfully to nine restaurants today.  I want to continue to grow our restaurant portfolio and needed to find a new equity partner who is able to provide the necessary resources and capital to further develop.  I have worked with WSH and BaxterStorey for some years now as a consultant helping them with development and sourcing interesting British produce.  It was very natural to extend that relationship and become equity partners.”

Alastair Storey of WSH said: “I have got to know Mark very well over the years and we are huge fans of his style of cooking.  I know how keen Mark is to develop his business and we are well placed to help him achieve his goals.”

WSH is a holding company for a number of the country’s most exciting and successful hospitality brands.  These companies include BaxterStorey, Caterlink, Holroyd Howe, Benugo, Searcys and Portico.

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