The hunt is on to find hospitality’s hottest young entrepreneurs and managers who will be recognised at a prestigious ceremony among the elite of the UK travel and hospitality industry.
Since their introduction, the British Travel & Hospitality Hall of Fame awards have recognised some of the most legendary figures in travel and hospitality, including Raymond Blanc, Alastair Storey, Michel Roux and Robin Hutson.
In addition to honouring those with a long track record of achievement, the awards also recognise young talent in travel and hospitality.
The Young Entrepreneur of the Year recognises an individual that is already making a significant mark in business, while the Young Manager of the Year Award will be awarded to an individual who has created a major impact on the performance of the business or department within a business. Entrants of both awards must be under 35 years of age.
Last year Sophie Egglestone of Yorebridge House, North Yorkshire, was crowned Young Manager of the Year, while Young Entrepreneur went to Urban Cordial founder Natasha Steele.
The evening will also see new inductees from the travel and hospitality industries, who have achieved phenomenal and unrivalled business success welcomed into the Hall of Fame.
Induction recognises not just business success, but also a commitment to inspiring and shaping the wider industry
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