To celebrate the landmark 100th print edition of Catering Insight, in our April issue we will be celebrating 100 industry greats.
Catering Insight’s 100 Greats will be divided into four categories, and you have the chance to shape the inclusions for each one:
We will be lauding the undisputed legends of the UK catering equipment supply chain. Here we are looking for nominations of the most significant characters, past or present, who have had a major influence on the trade – they can be from any type of industry company, but they must be names and faces that the majority of sector executives will recognise.
The most game-changing projects from throughout the years will be commended in this category. If you know of a distributor-led kitchen scheme that transformed industry capabilities in any way or took a design house to the next level then ensure you nominate it for inclusion in this category.
We are looking for the appliances that revolutionised foodservice down the decades in this grouping. Which pieces of kit really pushed the boundaries of the possible in a commercial kitchen? Old or new, the equipment included here must be accepted as representing an industry-wide step-change.
Any significant business development that rippled through the UK catering equipment industry will be honoured here. Whether it’s a significant merger or acquisition, contract clinched, investment or any other company achievement at any type of business in the sector, get your nomination in for it to be rightly recognised.
Simply fill in the below form or click here for its individual webpage to make your nomination – apart from your name, email address and nomination choice, you only need to fill out two questions, with a 200-word minimum on each answer, plus upload at least one accompanying image.
Nominees will always remain anonymous and anyone is welcome to nominate.
The nomination process closes at the end of play on Friday 28 February, and the results will be revealed in our 100th print edition this April.
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