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
The Institute of Hospitality (IoH) has announced that Aramark, an award-winning foodservice and solutions provider, employing over 8,000 people in UK, has joined as part of the Institute’s company sponsored member scheme (CSMs).
The Master Innholders is urging hoteliers to focus on building sustainable and inclusive businesses to help ease the industry’s recruitment crisis.
The St Julian Scholars confronted the recruitment crisis in hospitality and celebrated a connected, supportive community in their 2022 Autumn Meeting, themed Overcoming Adversity: Turning Challenges into Opportunities.
The Institute of Hospitality (IoH) has announced the shortlist for its prestigious UK Restaurant Manager of the Year 2022 competition with 10 outstanding UK restaurant managers making the final cut. With additional kudos for the event with Prosecco DOC confirmed as new event sponsors for the final.
Led by keynote speaker and IoH chair, Kellie Rixon MBE FIH, the Institute’s Passion4Hospitality interactive conference and careers fair on Friday 19 November 2021 at the Hammersmith International Centre, Novotel London West, has announced a formidable programme of speakers for this year’s event.
The Institute of Hospitality (IoH) has announced it has established its first ‘Future Forum’ to address disability, diversity, and inclusion issues across the hospitality industry, chaired by Kelly-Marie Staunton MIH, Assistant Front of House Manager at Champneys Health Resorts, Mottram Hall, Cheshire, UK.
Entries are now open for The Caterer’s Best Places to Work in Hospitality 2022, the awards that celebrate the top employers in the hospitality sector.
MIDAS returned on 2 November 2021 for its second season, focusing on career development and mentoring. In the first of two webinars – titled ‘2022 – The Year to Develop Your Career’, Dr Hilary Cooke, owner of Merlin Business Consultancy and expert in learning and development, explored the definition of career and how to maximise development.