Sugarvine Tables Appoints ResDiary Founder Mike Conyers as Non-Exec Chairman and Chris Sullivan as Non-Exec Director

Sugarvine Tables are delighted to announce ResDiary founder Mike Conyers as Non-Exec Chairman and Chris Sullivan as Non-Exec Director.

ResDiary founder Mike Conyers and Chris Sullivan, a former MD of Harry Ramsden’s and Balls Brothers bring a wealth of industry experience in the hospitality sector to Sugarvine Tables.

Conyers, who founded ResDiary in 2006 and sold it to Accor Hotels in 2019, will act as Non-Exec Chairman. He says:

“The hospitality sector is crying out for a low-cost and simple-to-use online booking and table management system, particularly in the current climate,” said Conyers. “Sugarvine Tables fits that brief to a tee and my role will be to help channel and direct continued growth.”

Meanwhile, Sullivan has spent his whole career at the ‘sharp end’ of hospitality and added,

“Controlling costs and building in efficiency has always been critical but never more so than now. Sugarvine Tables does both.”

The Sugarvine Tables team are delighted to be working with both Mike Conyers and Chris Sullivan and look forward to enhancing our table booking system for our wealth of existing customers as well as expanding out to onboard more restaurants, pubs and cafes to the best value table booking system. Clive Holland, co-founder and MD of Sugarvine Tables, said:

“We are thrilled to have Mike and Chris bringing their wealth of experience on board and are looking forward to rapidly building on our progress so far.”

At just £58.25 per month, or £699 paid annually, with no per cover charges Sugarvine Tables is the best value table booking system on the market. For more information on these two new appointments, or to find out more information about our table booking and management system, please don’t hesitate to contact our team.

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