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Bruntwood NRB Debate

Bruntwood NRB Debate

Tom Kerridge

Tom Kerridge

Fresh from the successful opening of his first Manchester restaurant, The Bull & Bear, the Michelin starred chef will appear at the Bruntwood NRB Debate on Tuesday 17 March 2020 to talk openly about how he has delivered critical acclaim and commercial success whilst constantly evolving his business, and the extent of his Northern ambitions.

Host Thom Hetherington will explore how Tom Kerridge has achieved his success to date, what values and philosophies still drive him, what structure and systems allows his business to thrive, and why Manchester is the right place for him to further his ambitions.

Panel Debate

Panel Debate

Lucy Noone-Blake returns to chair a panel discussion with some of food & drink’s most agile operators. This year’s topic is ‘The Human Capital of Restaurants’ which will explore recruiting, retaining, inspiring and training to create a successful and empowering culture

Panelists:
James Bates, Director, Maray
Nick Clarke, Hop Training
Sebastian Fogg, Montana Fogg
Kate Nicholls, UK Hospitality

The Bruntwood NRB Debate offers ambitious Northern operators a unique opportunity to hear honest and candid business insights from some of the hospitality industry’s most revered names. This year's Debate takes place on Tuesday 17 March 2020 at Manchester Central alongside NRB20. The familiar two-part format will be hosted by NRB CEO Thom Hetherington and panel chair Lucy Noone Blake.

For the third year, the NRB Debate will be sponsored by Bruntwood, whose properties across Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds and Birmingham, house an array of leading operators.

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17 Mar 2020
  1. Cobden Suite
    Light lunch served for all ticket holders ahead of the Bruntwood NRB Debate.
  2. Cobden Suite
    The Human Capital of Restaurants
  3. Cobden Suite
  4. Cobden Suite

    Host Thom Hetherington will explore how Tom Kerridge has achieved his success to date, what values and philosophies still drive him, what structure and systems allows his business to thrive, and why Manchester is the right place for him to further his ambitions.

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