It will take placeÁ at the Four Seasons hotel, Canary Wharf, on the weekend of 10/11 April 2005.
The judging panel comprises: Nicola Carter, sales and marketing co-ordinator, Mymarket (2004 Acorn winner); Karen Earp, general manager, Four Seasons hotel, Canary Wharf; Terence Haynes, president and chief operating officer of McDonaldÁ¢ÂÂs Restaurants; James Horler, chief executive, La Tasca Restaurants; Calum Ross, managing director of Acorn Awards sponsor Unilever Foodsolutions UK; Rebecca Thomas, managing director, ISS Eaton; Brian Turner, chef-restaurateur, Brian Turner Mayfair; Bill Vickers, marketing and food services director, Compass Group; and Sean Wheeler, human resources manager, Mitchells & Butlers (Acorn winner and member of the Acorn Club).
For further information please contact Lisa.Jenkins@rbi.co.uk.
The winners of the 2004 Acorn Awards were announced in the 29 April issue of Caterer & Hotelkeeper magazine.
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What are the Acorn Awards?
The Acorn Awards are given every year to 30 people under the age of 30, in recognition of their commitment and devotion to the hospitality industry.
These winners are the very best in their class, representing a host of positions, from head chefs and housekeepers to night managers and regional sales directors.
All nominations are scrutinised and judged by a panel of industry leaders, including a representative from the previous yearÁ¢ÂÂs Acorn winners.