For immediate release: 8 August 2013
SYDNEY: This week, The State Library of NSW have re-appointed leading Sydney company Laissez-faire Catering as a preferred supplier for events, in addition to naming them the sole operator of its in-house cafe, after the company proactively submitted an ambitious plan to bring all their catering under one company.
Laissez-faire Catering identified a major opportunity for this unique venue to become one of the leading business and corporate event venues in Sydney.
Sara Flaksbard, General Manager of Laissez-Faire Catering, believes the sheer scope and potential for events at The State Library is one of Sydney’s best kept secrets.
“With unique heritage-listed buildings in the heart of the CBD, the State Library is truly one-of-a-kind. There is a full and dynamic range of spaces and stylistic options available with state of the art AV for a whole range of events; the Library’s many venues can host 10 guests, 120 banquet-style or 500 standing.
“From the stained-glass windows of the intimate Shakespeare Room, to the clean-lined simplicity of the Galleries or the stunning Mitchell Library, there is nowhere else in Sydney that boasts such versatility,” said Mrs Flaksbard.
Laissez-faire have been a catering partner at The State Library of NSW since 2007, over which time the Library has seen an increase year-on-year on revenue and its reputation for business events.
“Laissez-faire’s vision is to continue this growth. We are delighted that The State Library of NSW have entrusted us to deliver exceptional events, whilst protecting its heritage and respecting its core objectives,” added Mrs Flaksbard.
The strategy for continued growth lies in the quality and passion Laissez-faire Catering has for exceptional cuisine. The team, led by Executive Chef Clinton Brown, are dedicated to creating innovative menus using fresh, locally sourced, seasonal produce in order to deliver great events and food for every occasion.
Laissez-faire Catering is also exclusive caterer at the Australian National Maritime Museum, Prince Henry Centre, on-site at the Australian Technology Park and preferred at Harbour 220, Royal Botanical Garden.