In both hospitality and football “consistency is more important than skill, talent or ability”, former England and Manchester United right back Gary Neville told those gathered for the launch of the 2020 Gold S ... Read more
Drop the gratuitous questions, stop acting like a robot and communicate what’s going on. This was the message to an audience of young service professionals from restaurateur Jeremy King this week.
Potential candidates for the Gold Service Scholarship are invited to gain an insight into what has become the hospitality industry’s most high-profile accolade for young front of house staff.
Stephanie Beresforde, winner of the 2017 Gold Service Scholarship and assistant restaurant director of Jean-Georges at the Connaught, talks to Katherine Price about her experiences as this year’s scholar, gett ... Read more
A finalist in the first Gold Service Scholarship, Daniel Crump, is bringing his style of service to the newly launched Oxford Blue pub in Old Windsor as general manager. He talks to Piers Zangana