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New chair for Institute of Hospitality London Region

Paul Evans FIH has been appointed the new Chair of the Institute of Hospitality’s London Region, taking over the reins from Andrew Coney FIH, GM at The Hari London.

Evans who is Managing Director of Consultinc, Vice President of the Reunion des Gastronomes and works with Anglia Ruskin University London on their MBA programmes, was previously London Chair until 2021 and has most recently been a dedicated IoH London committee member.

Speaking about his appointment, Evans said: “It is an immense honour to be appointed to this prestigious institution, dedicated to shaping the future of the hospitality industry. I am excited to contribute my expertise, passion, and commitment to advancing the Institute’s mission of excellence in hospitality management, education and professional development.

“This role presents a unique opportunity to develop further collaboration with members, industry leaders, educators, and students to foster innovation, elevate standards, and inspire the next generation of hospitality professionals.

“I look forward to working with the talented London committee and the passionate team at the Institute of Hospitality to help drive positive change and contribute to the continued success of the hospitality sector in London and beyond.”

Robert Richardson FIH MI, IoH CEO commented: “We are delighted that the IoH Nomination Committee selected Paul to be the next chair of the London Region. I would like to thank Andrew Coney for all his support over the last 18 months and wish him good luck in the future. Under Paul’s leadership, I am confident the region will go from strength to strength.”

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