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Six industry leaders were inducted into the British Travel & Hospitality Hall of Fame last month, in a glittering event at London’s Four Seasons Hotel. They were Frank Del Rio, president and chief executive of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings; AmaWaterways co-owners Kristin Karst and Rudi Schreiner; Bea Tollman, president and founder of the Red Carnation Hotel Collection; and Gary and Rita Beckwith OBE, founders of City Cruises. Also honoured were Intrepid Group, which won the Sustainable Business Award; Saga Travel’s head of trade sales, Iain Powell, who scooped the Young Travel Manager of the Year award; and Nathan Cable, co-founder and co-chief executive of clubbing operator Party Hard Travel, named Young Travel Entrepreneur of the Year.


1. Inductees and winners. 2. Intrepid Travel Group’s Michael Edwards receives the Sustainable Business Award from Clive Jacobs (left), Jacobs Media Group, and Dr Durga Bahadur Subedi, Nepal Tourism Board. 3. Inductee Frank Del Rio, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, with Clive Jacobs; Ana Mendes Godinho, Visit Portugal; and Lucy Huxley, Travel Weekly Group. 4. Inductees Gary Beckwith (left) and Rita Beckwith OBE, City Cruises, with Adrian Carter, Big Bus Tours. 5. Foodservice and hospitality firm WSH’s Alastair Storey OBE (left) receives the Business Achievement Award from Thomas Dubaere (centre), Accor, and Chris Gamm, The Caterer. 6. Nathan Cable, co-founder and co-chief executive of clubbing operator Party Hard Travel, wins the award for Young Travel Entrepreneur of the Year. 7. Young Hospitality Entrepreneur of the Year winner Natasha Steele, founder of Urban Cordial, with Clive Jacobs, and Duncan Alexander, DXC Technology. 8. Saga Travel’s Iain Powell is named Young Travel Manager of the Year. 9. Sophie Egglestone, general manager of Yorebridge House in North Yorkshire, receives the Young Hospitality Manager of the Year award from Clive Jacobs, and Nick Appell, Casna Group. 10. Inductee Bea Tollman, Red Carnation Hotel Collection, with Clive Jacobs, and Anita Mendiratta, Cachet Consulting. 11. Inductees Kristin Karst and Rudi Schreiner, AmaWaterways.


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30 MAY 2019


travelweekly.co.uk


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