Compass Group Germany

Change at the top at Food Affairs

Took over the baton: Christian Niemeyer.
Compass Group
Took over the baton: Christian Niemeyer.

Change of leadership at the Compass subsidiary Food Affairs: Christian Niemeyer succeeds Patrice Nazaret as Director Food Affairs, who will in future take on other tasks at the contract caterer based in Eschborn.

The "new guy" at Food Affairs is an old acquaintance within the group: Since 2016, Christian Niemeyer has enriched the Compass Group with his experience, creativity and leadership as Regional Director West for the Eurest brand and now additionally takes over responsibility for the Food Affairs brand.

He has been in the industry for more than 20 years and was involved in the establishment and successful development of one of the first coffee shop and fast casual concepts in Germany while still studying business administration, where he was the sole managing director.

With his new position, Christian Niemeyer intends to build on the brand's previous successes. He is looking forward to the new task and the team at Food Affairs and is firmly convinced to continue the brand's success story together. "Because we are forward thinkers, pioneers, practitioners and visionaries, because we create spaces of encounter and inspiration," Niemeyer confidently underlines.

Patrice Nazaret says he looks back on his time at Food Affairs with great satisfaction: "I am very grateful for having been able to implement such outstanding projects at Food Affairs with a fabulous team. I wish Christian Niemeyer every success with Food Affairs and look forward to the new international tasks that await me at Compass Group."
About Food Affairs
With the Compass subsidiary Food Affairs, the contract caterer offers customised restaurant concepts that are individually tailored to the respective customer. Food Affairs sees itself as a pioneer in New Work and Working World 4.0.
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