The Marque The Marque
The Marque
About Services Profiles Press Contact
Andrew’s Profile > News Archive

Andrew’s News Archive

The News Archive for Andrew Nisbet

Andrew’s News Archive

The News Archive for Andrew Nisbet

Andrew Nisbet


Key West Holdings
Bristol, UK
9 Mar 2018 | Management Today

In defence of family businesses

Rather than rushing to exit, entrepreneurs should consider building a business to last, says family business owner Andrew Nisbet.

18 Feb 2018

We need Eastern and Western Powerhouses too

There is an enormous wealth of business confidence in the West and East of England, and it is home to some of the UK’s most successful companies. Take Bristol-based Nisbets for example, founded by Andrew Nisbet in 1983; it is now the UK’s largest catering-supplies company and exports globally. 

16 Feb 2018

Can Private Businesses Provide Stability to the UK Economy?

It is positive that the UK then has a number of large family businesses who should be expecting to provide this balancing influence; businesses such as Associated British Foods founded by W Garfield Weston in 1935; Laing O’Rourke founded by Ray O’Rourke who launched the business from his garage; Bestway Group created by Sir Anwar Pervez in 1956, and others such as Nisbets, the catering supplies business founded by Andrew Nisbet in 1983.

2 Feb 2018

4 reasons to put your employees first

This approach to customer service is supported by many of the UK’s leading businesspeople. Andrew Nisbet, the founder of Nisbets, says: “Focus on delivering your customers the best service possible, and most other things will follow. Stay alert, and constantly re-evaluate the basics. Ultimately, trust your team and give them your full support.”

22 Jan 2018

Irrespective of Brexit, we must support our middle industry supplier Nisbets, headquartered in Bristol and founded by Andrew Nisbet. It now ships to more than 100 countries worldwide, has offices across Europe, and stores across Australia too. It also won The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade in 2017.

Load More