The last year has been an exciting journey for the Master Innholders organisation and we have seen our reach, recognition and engagement increase.
Despite the cancellation of many of our regular activities, we have not been idle and the Executive has pushed forward some exciting new initiatives even when some other programmes have had to be paused. This report will outline our journey over the past 12 months.
In our last Five-Year Plan we committed ourselves to be a leading hospitality
organisation with the following goals:
Purpose: Committed to inspiring, developing and engaging with hotel professionals.
- To provide education and development
- To facilitate discussion within our industry
- To support charitable activities in our industry
- To have proper and transparent finance and governance
- To be recognised as an organisation of leading hoteliers
I hope you enjoy reading this Annual Review.
David Morgan-Hewitt FIH MI, Chairman of the Master InnholdersDownload the Annual Review
Hoteliers will be inspired to think and act bolder, braver and better at the next Master Innholders’ Hotel Leadership Conference, which returns as a live event in 2022.
To mark the one-year anniversary of the first national lockdown, Hospitality Action launched their Chefs at Home cookbook, where 100% of the royalties will go towards helping those working in the hospitality industry.
Anna Sirba, operations manager of the Salcombe Harbour Hotel & Spa, has been named GM of the Future by the Master Innholders at the Independent Hotel Show Awards 2021.
The Master Innholders and professionals from across the hospitality industry have raised more than £41k for industry charity Hospitality Action after taking part in a sponsored 255km bike ride through the south east of England.
Six Master Innholders were among the winners celebrating success for themselves, their hotels and businesses at The Caterer’s 2021 Cateys last night.
City & Guilds Group has announced that the Master Innholders is one of the 46 organisations to be recognised by the 2021 Princess Royal Training Awards for its Aspiring Leaders Diploma training programme (MIALD).
The Institute of Hospitality has been shortlisted in the Excellence in Promoting Careers category of the 25th HR in Hospitality Awards.
The shortlist has been announced for the GM of the Future Award, developed in partnership with the Independent Hotel Show.
This month has seen a wide range of respected hotel industry leaders come together to judge the ninth annual Independent Hotel Show Awards.