Chief executive steps down from Busaba Eathai

09/10/2017 - 09:27
Thai restaurant Busaba Eathai’s chief executive, Jason Myers, has announced that he is leaving the 14-strong business at the end of November.

According to Propel Info. Myers commented: “It is with heavy heart that I announce I will be leaving the business in the next few weeks, officially at the end of November. I have had a wonderful almost four years with Busaba and am proud given very difficult challenges faced that we managed to grow the business by 25% each year, improved the brand, and empowered our talented colleagues to do remarkable things.

“The thing that will stay with me forever is the magnificent people I have had the honour to work with at both head office and in restaurants, and with our valued partners supplying our business, and you are all the reason I have got up motivated every day.

“I can confirm I have never stopped believing or fighting for Busaba as I believe it’s a wonderful business that just needs a new direction and financial structure. Sadly for me the journey is over but Busaba will go on – I wish the banks and investors all the luck in the future.”

Busaba has since confirmed that managing director Terry Harrison, who joined the company in August as a former consultant for Soho Investments and Snog frozen yoghurt, will take lead.

Finance director Brigid Hughes said: “We wish Jason all the best with his future plans and thank him for his significant contribution to the business.”

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