View the full CatererSearch 100

11 May 2005
View the full CatererSearch 100

The definitive guide to operators in the UK hospitality industry whose actions are having the greatest impact in 2005.

Click on the names below to view the full profile for each person listed.

1>Jamie Oliver]( Fifteen & Bambino
2 [Francis Mackay]( Compass Group
3 [David Michels]( Hilton Group
4 [Gordon Ramsay]( Gordon Ramsay Holdings
5 [Alan Parker]( Whitbread
6 [Terence Conran]( Conran Holdings
7 [Ted Tuppen]( Enterprise Inns
8 [Mike Bailey]( Compass Group
9 [Heston Blumenthal]( The Fat Duck, Hinds Head
10 [>Karen Jones]( Spirit Group
11 [Tim Clarke]( Mitchells & Butlers
12 [Giles Thorley]( Punch Taverns
13 [Peter Beresford]( McDonald's
14 [Rick Stein]( Seafood Restaurant & other businesses
15 [Michael Flaxman]( Accor Hotels
16 [Alan Jackson]( The Restaurant Group
17 [Andrew Cosslett]( InterContinental Hotels Group
18 [Philip Jansen]( Sodexho UK & Ireland
19 [Tim Martin]( JD Wetherspoon
20 [Sir Rocco Forte]( Rocco Forte Hotels
21 [Marco Pierre White]( White Star Line Restaurants & others
22 [Alastair Storey]( BaxterStorey
23 [Don Davenport]( Compass Group
24 [Tim & Kit Kemp]( Firmdale Hotels
25 [Julian Metcalfe]( Pret à Manger
26 [Ian Carter]( Hilton International Hotels
27 [Gordon Campbell Gray]( One Aldwych, CampbellGrayHotels
28 [Ralph Findlay]( Wolverhampton & Dudley
29 [Mike Tye]( Premier Travel Inn (Whitbread)
30 [Des Gunewardena]( Conran Holdings
31 [Grant Hearn]( Travelodge
32 [Mike Audis]( Elior UK
33 [John Jarvis]( Jarvis Hotels
34 [Carl Leaver]( De Vere Group
35 [Phil Hooper Sodexho UK
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