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Acorn Awards 2007

02 January 2007
Acorn Awards 2007

Celebrating its 21st birthday this year, the 2007 Acorn Awards will continue the tradition of recognising the outstanding achievements of industry professionals under the age of 30 who go above and beyond the call of duty in their every day roles.

These prestigious awards are credited with finding the future leaders of the hospitality industry and have in the past identified key players including Marco Pierre White, Gary Rhodes and Michael Caines.

Judging will begin on 2 March to narrow candidates down to 30 bright young stars who represent the future of hospitality. Entries from all industry sectors will be considered, taking in chain restaurants, independent restaurants, hotels, contract caterers, pubs and training companies.

The closing date for entries to this year's awards has been extended until Friday 9 February.To enter this year's award go here >>

Follow the links below to view an assortment of CatererSearch articles on the Acorn Awards that we've pulled together for ease of reference.

For more information contact Lisa Goold on 020 8652 3656
lisa.goold@rbi.co.uk

Acorn Awards come of age >>

Acorn Awards 2006 >>

Kelly Widley named Acorn Scholar >>

The Acorn advantage >>

To enter this year's award go here >>

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