Omega PLC has announced the promotion of Katy Snow to the newly created position of Contracts Sales and Operations Director.

Snow has been at the helm of the Contracts Operations team for over five years, playing a pivotal role in enhancing and evolving Omega's service offerings during this period. With her extensive knowledge of Omega, its clients, and the contracts market, Snow is exceptionally well-suited to her new role, which will bolster Omega's future growth strategy.

John Cahill recently resigned as Contract Sales Director, a role he has held for more than seven years.

By consolidating Contract Sales and Operations Omega aims to optimise the division's efficiency and service, thereby elevating the overall customer experience.

Simon Barber, CEO of Omega PLC, said: “I would like to thank John for the important contribution he has made in firmly establishing Omega as one of the leading branded kitchen suppliers to the Contract market.  

“John will remain with the business until November, and he will be working closely with Katy undertaking a full handover during this transitional period.

“I am delighted with Katy’s appointment to the board, where she will lead the Contracts team. At Omega, we have an unwavering commitment to prioritising the development of our people and I take great pride in witnessing Katy’s remarkable growth during her tenure of five years with the company. Katy's promotion to the Omega board of directors serves as a significant milestone, exemplifying her achievements within the industry.

“By uniting the Contract Sales and Operations teams under Katy’s leadership, Omega is poised to deliver a cohesive and efficient service-oriented approach to its future growth strategy.”

Excited about her new and expanded role, Snow stated: "I am eager to embrace this opportunity. Having closely collaborated with John over the past few years, I look forward to building upon the excellent groundwork we have laid, further enhancing our customer experience, and expanding our market share in the years to come."