Hospitality accolades given to BaxterStorey

BaxterStorey is thrilled to be ‘highly commended’ in the ‘best Graduate Scheme of the Year’ category, at the annual Institute of Hospitality Awards.

The Institute, which sees BaxterStorey Chairman Alastair Storey as its Patron, held its annual prestigious Awards evening at The Montcalm in London, attended by an array of industry colleagues from across the hospitality sector.

The accolade, in recognition of BaxterStorey’s Momentum Graduate Programme, headed up by Sharon Daniell, Talent Manager, sees BaxterStorey as the only foodservice company finalist across all Award categories.

There was also cause for further celebration, as team members Maja Duzowska and Alexandra Jandosekova took home awards in their respective categories. Maja, who is based at Exxon Mobil won the Level 4 Learner of the Year Diploma in Advanced Hospitality and Tourism Management and Alexandra based at Suntory won the Level 3 Learner of the Year for the same programme.

Both were recognised for the highest scores and exceptional contribution to their training programmes, alongside their dedication to becoming highly qualified skilled professionals within the sector.

Graham Eveleigh, Head of Training and Development said: “We are delighted that the continuous hard work of both our training teams and individuals are being recognised by such a prestigious industry institution.

“Our award-winning training academies are unique in our sector and renowned for their focused, tailor-made programmes, producing some of the most acclaimed and skilled professionals in the hospitality sector.

“We are proud to be the only foodservice company nominated across the Award categories”.

ENDS

For further information about WSH contact:

Hannah Keddie 02380 382970 – hannah.keddie@grayling.com
Holly Broadway 02380 382970 – holly.broadway@grayling.com

Notes to editors:

About BaxterStorey – BaxterStorey provides bespoke hospitality services through restaurants, café bars, deli operations and executive dining rooms for a wide range of customers. Its heritage is built on the culinary expertise and the professional training and development of its people. It employs more than 8,500 people at over 600 locations, and provides food service excellence to clients and customers in business and industry. BaxterStorey’s core principle is to serve the best quality food, sourced and prepared locally using the finest produce. Through its chef and barista academies, it provides focused and dedicated training to front line teams helping them to provide great service and build a career for life. The reach and talent of BaxterStorey’s business enables it to draw on an extensive pool of expertise within the food service sphere in the UK, providing it with a strong foundation to share and distribute best practice both locally and across the country

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