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Eisenbarth Succeeds Farrand At Cini-Little

Two major appointments have been made at Cini-Little Int’l., the foodservice consulting firm.

Richard Eisenbarth, FCSI, has been named President and COO, succeeding Theodore Farrand, FCSI, who assumes a new post as Director of Management Advisory Services. Both promotions were announced late last month by Cini-Little Chairman Bill Eaton, FFCSI, who praised the skills of both men.

Eisenbarth, a veteran of more than 30 years at Cini-Little, most recently served as director of design overseeing projects across the firm’s network of regional offices. “Cini-Little has a long history of strong leadership, and I look forward to building on this tradition to lead our company to the next level. This role also brings tremendous opportunity to grow our unique approach and continue to provide our clients with creative and responsive solutions,” Eisenbarth said.

Farrand will be instrumental in growing the company’s MAS practice. “I’m looking forward to advancing excellence in MAS at Cini-Little. I believe properly planned food and beverage operations establish a sense of community in a building and encourages communication, collaboration and solidifies relationships,” he stated.

Cini-Little, which also offers laundry and waste-management consulting services, is headquartered in Germantown, Md. It has offices in Chicago, Cleveland, Ft. Lauderdale, London, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Toronto as well as affiliated locations in Sydney and Tokyo.

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