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Jimmy Del Giudice continues the Revolution

After 25 years of commitment to Revolution Bars Group, Jimmy Del Giudice has been appointed as the company's new chief operations officer.

Having joined the UK's premium bar and casual dining operator in 1991 as a general manager, Jimmy was part of the team that launched the original Manchester Revolution in 1996. As a key member of the executive team, Jimmy was integral in developing and managing the recruitment, training and opening processes for all new bars.

As Revolution continued to grow, Jimmy became an area manager, whilst continuing to handle the launch of new bars. Revolution also underwent extensive brand evolution, with Jimmy and other senior members of the Revolution team travelling the world to find inspiration.

Jimmy Del Giudice, chief operations officer at Revolution Bars Group, says: “I’m really proud to be recognised for my hard work and dedication to Revolution over the last 25 years. Revolution as a brand may be over 20 years old, but it is still current, exciting and constantly evolving, and so it is a brand I love working for.

“As chief operations officer, I want to ensure we continue to keep on top of the trends and constantly evolve our brands. Everyone I work with is so passionate about Revolution. I want to say thanks to all the team at Revolution for all of their support over the last 25 years and to Mark McQuater for allowing us to continue to develop innovative ideas to ensure the business is always moving forward.”

Mark McQuater, CEO at Revolution Bars Group, says: “Jimmy has been a valued member of the Revolution team for 25 years, and has achieved incredible results for both of our brands. In particular, Jimmy was instrumental to the development of the Revolución de Cuba brand. We thought it was only right to recognise his hard work and loyalty with this new role.”

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22 August 2016 - Rebecca Sterritt Paragraph Publishing, content manager