In gaining Chartered Insurance Broker status in 2010 from the Chartered Insurance Institute, the company became part of an elite group of fewer than 100 UK intermediaries. In addition, they were last year awarded a prestigious three-star accreditation for exceptional customer service by Investors in Customers.
With a number of offices in major cities throughout Scotland – in addition to a London base – Bruce Stevenson is already the broker of choice for a number of clients within the hospitality sector.
‘As with our new relationship with Catering Scotland as co-sponsors of the CIS Excellence Independent Hotel of the Year Award, we are extremely proud to support HIT Scotland and the Scottish Tourism Alliance, and we look forward to serving the insurance needs of the Scottish hospitality and catering industry,’ said Account Executive, Carol Ward. www.brucestevenson.co.uk
Alison Gilbert, Group Human Resources Director for CH&Co Group, explains: ‘Helping and inspiring people to build successful careers in catering and hospitality is hugely important to CH&Co Group. We are committed to the education and development of all our employees, and to attracting and retaining new talent into this fantastic sector.’ www.chandcogroup.net
Widely considered one of the most rigorous certification programmes of its kind – and the only one independently validated by the International Centre for Responsible Tourism (ICRT) on behalf of VisitEngland, VisitWales and the Northern Ireland Tourist Board – Green Tourism encourages businesses to protect the environment, respect local cultures, support communities, conserve natural resources and minimise pollution.
KraftHeinz KraftHeinz is demonstrating its commitment to innovation and quality by sponsoring the Pub Excellence category at the CIS Excellence Awards 2017. As a global food manufacturer of a world-famous portfolio of products, including Heinz Tomato Ketchup, HP Brown Sauce and Heinz Beanz, KraftHeinz is synonymous with quality, convenience and great taste, and is firmly established as the market-leader in more than 50 countries, with many brands holding the No.1 and No. 2 positions. KraftHeinz recognises that pubs, which sit in the top two out-of-home dining destinations, are particularly under pressure to stay ahead of the game and must innovate menus wherever possible to command a share of an overall market worth £52bn. Cheryl Grundy, National Account Executive at KraftHeinz, says: ‘In an era where pub chefs face a mountain of challenges, we are delighted to be involved in recognising their continued efforts, outstanding creativity and dedication to their industry. ‘We look forward to crowning the victor at the awards ceremony on 25th May.’ www.heinzfoodservice.co.uk.
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