Six industry leaders are to be inducted into the British Travel and Hospitality Hall of Fame on April 29.
Frank Del Rio, chief executive of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, will be honoured alongside the co-owners of AmaWaterways, Kristin Karst and Rudi Schreiner, Bea Tollman, founder of the Red Carnation Hotel Collection, and Gary and Rita Beckwith, founders of City Cruises.
The Hall of Fame is owned and hosted by Jacobs Media Group, the parent company of flagship brands Travel Weekly and The Caterer, and is held at The Dorchester hotel in London
It recognises the highest achievers in the travel, hospitality, tourism and leisure sectors, honouring those who have achieved significant business success while inspiring and shaping the wider industry.
In addition to recognising those with a track record of success, the Hall of Fame also celebrates rising talent with awards for young managers and entrepreneurs.
Further awards recognise business excellence and commitment to sustainability.
Clive Jacobs, chairman of Jacobs Media Group, said: “I am delighted that we will be welcoming six outstanding and worthy members to the Hall of Fame this year.
“Membership of the Hall of Fame is the ultimate benchmark of achievement in the travel and hospitality industries, and our 2019 inductees have each represented those industries with distinction over many years.”
More: British Travel and Hospitality Hall of Fame website
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