CODE Hospitality is delighted to announce its inaugural Over-50 Power list of those who have and continue to shape our industry.
While finding himself in a queue for a self-service checkout, CODE founder Adam Hyman wonders why so many businesses have stopped investing in their people.
In this week's Q&A, Saiphin Moore tells us about where her passion for food started, her love for cooking with family, and her ambitious plans for Rosa's Thai.
This week Saima Khan, founder of The Hampstead Kitchen, talks to CODE about making the change from banking to food, her upcoming projects and her advice for industry newcomers.
Dan Shearman is the star of this week's Q&A, discussing everything from falling in love with food on the French Riviera, learning the trade in Australia and his favourite places to eat in London.
In this week's Q&A, Olia Hercules, chef and food writer, talks to CODE about her favourite places to eat in London, her work life and who has been influential on her career.
This week's CODE Q&A shines the spotlight on James Dawson, founder and MD of Humble Grape. James talks to CODE about what's next for Humble Grape, influences on his career and how he started in the industry.
This week CODE chats to Tomek Mossakowski, English literature lecturer turned co-founder of the Dusty Knuckle Bakery School, about his background in academia, his ambitions for the bakery school and why he sees Warsaw as such an exciting city for hospitality.
CODE’s essential survey of the industry as a place to work. CODE's inaugural Happiness in Hospitality report in 2018 proved that people make a career in hospitality for so much more than a pay cheque. In this year’s report, we will continue to examine and highlight the challenges experienced by all facets of our industry to develop ways in which we can collectively make improvements.
This week CODE sits down with Alexis Noble, Chef-Owner of Wander, to chat about starting out in the industry in her native Australia, focusing on her own projects and those who have supported and influenced her career.
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In this week's Q&A, we hear from Lello Favuzzi, the newly appointed Head Chef at Mortimer House Kitchen, having previously been at L'Anima after ten years. He talks to CODE about his biggest influences, his start in the industry and his ones to watch out for.
Building on the success of last year’s list, CODE’s 100 Most Influential Women in Hospitality 2019 champions those women who genuinely affect change in the hospitality industry. Influence takes many forms – from a small but dynamic operation to a board level executive who is changing recruitment and retention for women in the industry. In addition to this brilliant list are articles by Simon Rogan and Cherie Spriggs, as well as an interview with Nieves Barragán-Mohacho and much more. Click here to read the full version of Issue 18 of the CODE Quarterly.
In this week's Q&A, Cameron Higgs, founder of Chef Fit, chats to CODE about how he started the project, his background in the industry and his goals for the Chef Fit movement.
Killian Crowley, crowned the winner of the S. Pellegrino Young Chef for the UK and Ireland Competition 2018, speaks to CODE about the impact of the S. Pellegrino Young Chef Competition on his career, and offers his advice for those thinking about entering.