BM launches new flexible model

Mosaic, a new subscription-based contract catering and facilities management model, was launched recently as part of a move to offer clients flexible solutions in a post-Covid workplace. The model, initiated by Bartlett Mitchell (BM), will enable clients to sign-up to a flexible monthly budgeted plan, where all the client pays for is the food and services consumed and used during that period.

As a collaboration between the caterer, BaxterStorey, Benugo and Portico, it is the first initiative developed as part of BM’s new relationship with WSH. Mosaic’s subscription offers include flexible access to all hospitality, reception, front-of-house and catering services, and, as needs change, the plans allow businesses to scale-up as more people return to the workplace.   

Clients who do not currently have volumes that require a full service, be that number of days a week or type of service, will have the ability to look after their teams with flexible operations that will help to maintain employee attraction and engagement. Consisting of three membership levels, clients are allocated a dedicated account manager who will work with them to develop their monthly plan.

Wendy Bartlett, founder of BM, said: “Given the current landscape in the workplace, we know that clients are increasingly looking for a concept that can be aligned to their rapidly changing movements and business behaviours. Mosaic will enable businesses to tap into catering services that can be instantly flexed and adapted to their immediate needs.   

“We know that catering is going to play a significant role in bringing people together once this pandemic phase is behind us, so it’s important that we can support clients on the road to recovery. We want to take this opportunity to reimagine catering and enable them to work from a blank canvass.  

“This is the first in a number of innovations we are excited to launch as part of our relationship with WSH.”