BaxterStorey celebrated the achievements of this year's graduates from its Momentum Graduate Programme and Advanced Management Project at Vintners' Hall on 6 June.
The ceremony was attended by a record 15 Momentum graduates, all of whom have been offered full-time roles within the business.
Now in its sixth year, the scheme provides support and development to university graduates at the start of their career in hospitality.
The graduates completed a training programme including health and safety, HR, creative thinking, kitchen management and finance.
They went on to work across WSH businesses including BaxterStorey, Caterlink, Holroyd Howe and Searcys, as well as supporting sales and new business mobilisations.
Graham Eveleigh, head of skills development at BaxterStorey, said: "It is really important that we champion young talent and attract more people to the sector. By doing this, we are developing the next generation of managers within our business."
Alongside the Momentum graduates, the evening celebrated the achievements of those who have completed the Advanced Management Programme. The programme helps current managers work towards senior roles, implementing projects across the business.
Alastair Storey, chairman at BaxterStorey, added: "The growth of our business demands that we attract the very best new talent. I am incredibly proud of all those who have achieved success through these programmes. Both our Momentum and Advanced Management graduates are a huge asset to our business."
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