The Tiny Cloud Kitchens (TCK) simple to produce pan-Asian brands have been in high demand since their launch in 2020. Revolutionising the way its partners can reach the massive growth in demand for both pan-Asian and restaurant quality delivery options since the pandemic.
With rapid expansion, TCK’s owner Philip McGuinness was looking to appoint a Chief Operating Officer with a background strong enough to help escalate the scale of the business potential and given his background Nathan Wall was the perfect fit.
Recently as the Operations Director of Ei Group Managed Investments, Wall operated a dozen joint ventures in partnership with Industry leaders including Karen Jones, Oakman Inns, Laine Pub Company and Urban Pubs and Bars. Previously, Wall was the Managing Director UK and Ireland Airports for SSP. Wall also served as Operations Director of JD Wetherspoon and was at the forefront of their rapid expansion from 100 to 700 pubs.
Wall looks to do the same with Tiny Cloud Kitchens stating, “The TCK proposition is one of the most exciting innovations that I have seen in UK hospitality, providing a low risk, low cost solution, enabling businesses to best use existing facilities to produce sustainable long term profits. Hospitality, post-pandemic continues to face significant challenges in recruitment and I have been amazed by how simple it is for any member of our partner’s kitchen teams to produce a high quality product and delivery experience. We are able to deliver essentially a turnkey delivery solution for our partners. Plus, our operations team, recruited from Loch Fyne and Oakman Inns, are able to deliver the comprehensive training and ongoing support our partners need.”
TCK’s unrivalled knowledge of the pan-Asian market has enabled their team to develop high-quality, simple to produce menus that utilise existing kitchen resources. Philip McGuinness exclaimed “This has been paramount in attracting our existing partners across pubs, hotels and restaurants and will be a cornerstone to further drive our UK expansion.”