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An Ambassador Class Service

  Philip Atkinson – Ambassador to The Industry – Caterer.com People Awards “I have faced many challenges and obstacles throughout my career, learning from my mistakes, but each one of them has only strengthened me to make me the person I am today.” – Philip Atkinson With over 30 years’ experience, Philip Atkinson, Senior Community …

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We’re not Recruiters – We’re Career Architects

  Industry leaders gather to discuss Recruiting Top Talent The UK Hospitality industry employs nearly 4.5 million people, making it the fourth largest sector in the country. Over the last five years, 1 in 5 new jobs in the UK has been within the hospitality industry with a further 100,000 due to be created by …

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Fresh ideas at Hotelymipa 2018

It was a night of huge celebration for our winners and with the afterglow of the 2017 Caterer.com People Awards still in full effect, it’s important to remember that such a wonderful evening would never have been possible without the sterling support and commitment of our amazing sponsors. Sponsoring the Emerging Talent Initiative category was …

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Hospitality employers adapt to a changing workforce-Caterer.com People Awards 2017

With some of the best restaurants and hotels in the world, the UK Hospitality sector boasts amazing standards and quality of service. The industry is one of the UK’s biggest employers, providing jobs to seven percent of the working population and – despite an approaching Brexit – business continues to be strong. It’s a fast …

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Winners Announced

Last night, the Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge played host to the hospitality industry event of the year, the 2017 Caterer.com People Awards. Hosted by comedienne, Katherine Ryan, the ceremony celebrated the very finest programmes and initiatives in hospitality recruitment, retention and development. It was an exciting night for the shortlisted employers and a hugely successful …

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Tonight’s the Night

….and we couldn’t be more excited. We’re looking forward to welcoming you all this evening to the Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge in the heart of London for the 2017 Caterer.com People Awards. Join your host, the hilarious Katherine Ryan and 500 fellow industry professionals as we raise a glass to the very best initiatives in …

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Putting on The Ritz!

John Williams MBE wins The AA Chef’s Chef of the Year 2017 Huge congratulations to John Williams MBE on winning the coveted AA 2017 Chef’s Chef of the Year. Caterer.com is extremely proud to have once again sponsored this prestigious award. Neil Pattison, Sales Director of Caterer.com, who presented the award at London’s Grosvenor House …

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Engaging, Interactive, Intuitive

Octane HR Solutions are your new ‘Partners in Crime’ The excitement is building! The 2017 Caterer.com People Awards are getting ever closer and tickets are selling at a rate of knots. It truly is the hospitality event of the year, a chance to  celebrate the very best initiatives in recruitment, retention and development with the most …

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Where will you be on October 5th?

The last remaining tickets for the 2017 Caterer.com People Awards are now available and they’re waiting for you. On October 5th, the leaders in UK hospitality recruitment will be donning their glad rags for this, the industry event of the year and you just have to be there. The spectacular Park Plaza Westminster Bridge is …

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A Hive Mind for recruitment

Talent Hive brings its expertise to the 2017 Caterer.com People Awards At Caterer.com, we believe that in this current climate of skills shortages, getting your recruitment strategy right from the beginning is crucial in order to secure and retain the talent you need to run your hospitality business. This has to be understood right across …

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