Litmus in the news | Feb 2023

We’ve had a busy few months speaking to the media around various topics and trends we’re seeing. Here are some of the recent articles our Litmus team has featured in. (December 2022)

Candice Finn, our newly appointed Commercial Director, contributed a thought leadership piece which looks at how collaboration can help combat inflation. A really interesting read, which urges organisations and suppliers to have transparent conversations around where support is most needed so solutions can be found:

TUCO (December 2022 issue)

TUCO is the official publication for The University Caterers Organisation – the leading professional membership body for in-house caterers.

Mike Iddon, Partner in our Retail division, commented in a ‘Beverage Equipment’ feature talking about the importance of universities offering high quality coffee drinks and the pros and cons of leasing vs owning a coffee machine:

Out of Home (OOH) magazine (Jan/Feb 2023 issue)

OOH magazine covers the £17bn food-to-go industry focusing on cafes, coffee shops and fast-casual eateries. We had two pieces in this title.

The first was announcing the appointment of Candice Finn joining our board as Commercial Director which appeared in the Supplier News section, including quotes from both Candice and Tim Cookson, our Chairman. Fantastic to have Candice on board with us:

Mike Iddon, Partner in our Retail division, commented in a ‘Quick Profit’ grab & go inspired feature, spanning six pages. Mike talks about how operators should add variety and special offers to their offering to attract consumers into their outlets and encourage sales:

HEFMA Pulse magazine (Jan/Feb 2023 issue)

HEFMA Pulse is the official magazine for HEFMA (Health Estates and Facilities Management Association) and goes out to their members which work within the 381 NHS Trusts in the UK.

We also had two pieces in this title!

Karl Cundill, Partner in our Facilities Management division, commented in a ‘Greener Design’ feature, which looked at healthcare buildings and how they can adapt to become greener. Karl talked about how tech-driven solutions, such as a Building Management System, can help healthcare sites manage their buildings – including energy useage, the boiler and heating systems. He also talked about how digitising buildings brings not only environmental benefits but also protects the businesses’ critical assets:

Our Litmus Purchasing division, headed up by Senior Consultant Howard Allen, featured in the ‘Products & Services’ page. The article included details of our Purchasing division, Howard’s background, and brings to life some of the core services we offer:

Happy reading!

The Litmus team