100 most influential women in hospitality 2020 sponsored by American Express & Resy

Published 8 January 2020

CODE is proud to announce that nominations for the annual 100 most influential women in hospitality list for 2020 are now open. The list celebrates women who are making their mark on the hospitality industry, from the public figures and chefs we see on our TV screens, to the office staff and PRs working tirelessly behind the scenes.

Influence doesn’t have to be about scale, we’d like to hear about individuals from across the country working in a range of hospitality roles. If there is a woman you know who is a force to be reckoned with, including yourself, send nominations with a brief note about why they should be considered to: [email protected].

We are delighted to announce that American Express and Resy are the sponsors of this year’s list. They comment, “American Express and Resy are proud to support CODE’s most influential women in hospitality 2020, shining a spotlight on the women driving positive change across the industry.”

“Our Cardmembers and valued guests love to dine out and this is why we are focused on connecting consumers with the restaurants and chefs they love, as well as helping those businesses thrive through unique dining access and offerings such as the American Express Global Dining Collection and Resy’s industry-leading hospitality platform.”

Hannah Kelly, Vice President of Access and Benefits at American Express adds, “understanding that we can all achieve more if someone has our back, this new partnership with CODE represents Amex’s ongoing commitment to backing all our partners and merchants in the hospitality industry and the diners who enjoy the fruits of this creative, dynamic and inspirational sector.”

Joining CODE’s founder Adam Hyman and CODE’s editor Lisa Markwell on the judging panel this year are Hels Cheung, Claire Koffmann, Jason Atherton and Clerkenwell Boy.

The full list will be published in the Spring issue of CODE Quarterly and announced at a special event on Friday 20 March in central London

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