P285-LTPP0285107250JCP-2With a continued focus on positioning Cini-Little International, Inc. to capture an even larger share of the market, the firm has named Theodore Farrand, FCSI, as a Director of MAS (Management Advisory Services). The news was announced after the firm’s quarterly Board of Directors Meeting in March by William V. Eaton, FFCSI, Chairman of Cini-Little International, Inc.

Ted Farrand brings more than 30 years of experience in the planning and execution of innovative solutions for our clients. In his new role Farrand will be responsible for directing the growth strategy for the firm’s MAS practice, leading and growing a world class consulting team, building relationships with clients and providing project leadership.

“I’m looking forward to advancing excellence in Management Advisory Services 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,” said Farrand.

Richard Eisenbarth, FCSI, succeeds Farrand as President & COO of Cini-Little International, Inc.

“Ted brings outstanding experience and qualifications to this role at a time when we are seeking to lead an unprecedented transformation to enhance the value of our Management Advisory Services and continue to raise the bar and drive innovation throughout our practice,” said Eisenbarth.

Ted has experience providing visioning, master planning, feasibility studies, benchmarking, operator selection and optimization studies across multiple market segments including corporate, healthcare, and higher ed. He has helped guide the firm’s portfolio and unique forward thinking approach to foodservice, laundry and waste management consulting services.

“There’s no better person than Ted to take the reins of our MAS practice,” shared Bill Eaton, “having served as President & COO, Ted has a deep knowledge of client issues; he innately understands the critical role we, through our Management Advisory Services, must play in furthering our clients’ success, while providing clear, actionable insight and guidance to clients.”

DSC_0407E copy (2)Richard Eisenbarth, FCSI, has been named President & COO of Cini-Little International, Inc., a foodservice, laundry and waste management consulting firm with global reach.  The news was announced after the firm’s quarterly Board of Directors Meeting in March by William V. Eaton, FFCSI, Chairman of Cini-Little International, Inc.

Eisenbarth has worked with Cini-Little for over 30 years and most recently served as Director of Design where he oversaw projects across Cini-Little’s network of regional offices. In his new role, Eisenbarth will work closely with executive team members to further grow the firm’s position as a leader in the industry by maintaining a presence in prospering markets, strengthening relationships with key clients and expanding the company’s portfolio of cutting edge, high profile projects.

“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,” said Eisenbarth.

Theodore Farrand, FCSI, who preceded Eisenbarth as President & COO of Cini-Little International, Inc., will assume the position of Director of MAS (Management Advisory Services). Farrand will be instrumental in growing the company’s MAS practice.

“Ted has been an outstanding mentor and partner; succeeding him as president is the natural evolution of that partnership,” said Eisenbarth.

“Dick’s leadership will take our practice to the next level as we continue to provide world-class, award-winning designs and programs for our clients,” said Ted Farrand.  “Our long-standing professional relationship is built on trust and mutual admiration, and as Director of MAS, I look forward to working with him to expand the firm’s portfolio and grow our unique approach to foodservice, laundry and waste management consulting services.”

Dick provides strong leadership through his high standards for design excellence combined with his many years of working closely with our clients to make their visions possible.

“Dick’s longevity with the firm has guided us to past successes that will help shape our future as a company,” said Eaton. “I have the utmost confidence in him to take this opportunity and build it into another successful chapter for Cini-Little by continually inspiring our clients and employees.”