The MYA team are incredibly proud of young entrepreneur and client Louis Dixon. What a success story! Eighteen months ago, Deep Beat Entertainment had two very small café concessions. Today, it has twelve. MYA has been mentoring this team and also providing design and strategic business development support. On Saturday, the company will open its […]Read More about New Café for Clissold Park
We are delighted to announce that Nicholas Grenfell-Marten is joining MYA as an Associate Director. Nick has over 30 years’ experience as a school bursar and a very distinguished career which has seen him lead transformative projects for Bootham School York, Bradfield College, and The John Lyon School. Nick is highly regarded in the sector […]Read More about Nick gets onboard
We live in a changing world where it is essential to continually learn and develop. As the digital and technological revolution advances, it has never been more important for companies to update skills and ensure their teams are leading the way, offering the best ability and knowledge available.Read More about MYA at the forefront of technological advancements
Success in business can be defined in many ways but there is no doubt that personal challenges stretch a person’s horizons. The vulnerability that comes with the unknown heightens one’s levels of humility, and in its wake comes learning.Read More about Peak Fitness Required for the Three Peaks Challenge…
As Tricks of the Restaurant Trade was aired on Monday night June 17th on Channel Four, featuring a whole section on menu engineering, we were rather proud that our managing director, Carla McKenzie, had been part of the advising team.Read More about Tricks of the Restaurant Trade
It was great to see so many of our clients on the stand and testing out our headphone giveaway! Congratulations to Amanda Webb from Lady Barn House School, who won our first prize, a cookery course for two at the award-winning Bettys Cookery School in Harrogate. Our runner-up prize went to Julie Henrick from Solihull School, who won an MYA training course.Read More about A successful year at the ISBA Bursars Conference 2019
The MYA team are preparing for the ISBA conference in Manchester on the 21st and 22nd May 2019. We are looking forward to seeing clients and catering industry colleagues. Please visit our stand where a warm welcome awaits you, as well as the opportunity to win a training day for two at the award-winning Bettys Cookery School.Read More about MYA team are preparing for the ISBA conference
The fabulous London Screen Academy, supported by Working Title Films, opens this September. MYA Consulting are thrilled to have been appointed to support them in ensuring that their vision of nutritional well-being of pupils is delivered. Catering tender packs will be issued to interested companies shortly. We are very much looking forward to working with […]Read More about London Screen Academy catering tender
Carla rode from London to Paris on trails by electric motorcycle, raising money for Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance and DDMT and Joan Seeley Memorial. The ride highlighted the capability of electric motorcycles on this iconic journey and is featured in the latest edition of South East Bikers. Carla certainly lived up to her […]Read More about Carla’s pioneering journey vintage to voltage
Labelling and allergen management is at the forefront of many food service operators’ minds. In the wake of the Pret A Manger case, which received significant media coverage from the BBC and others, judicial changes are highly likely. The MYA team, in conjunction with solicitors Knights, have prepared sector specific template policies for the ISBA […]Read More about Labelling and allergen management
Carla and her team have broad experience in the industry. Apart from being very supportive in inventing (new) concepts, they also make use of their many years of experience when implementing these concepts. Their ultimate goal is to let people enjoy honest and good food.
Carla and her team worked tirelessly with us to ensure our very international and cross-cultural needs were met with great creativity and skill. They listened to us, responded to our needs and delivered above expectations.
They are brave enough to challenge others in pursuit of the ultimate solution, whether it be behind the scenes with kitchen flow and catering management, or front-of-house service and design.
If all companies who serve the independent school sector had your breadth of vision and openness of mind, I have little doubt that the sector would be a richer and more exciting place to be.
During the negotiation process, Carla’s knowledge and expertise enabled our company to achieve a very strong commercial outcome, and some significant savings were yielded from the exercise.