Boutique Hotelier is delighted to announce that technology experts InstaSupply have come on board to sponsor the prestigious Personal Service Star Awards taking place in October.
The awards, which return to London’s Hilton Olympia for the third year on October 18, will see InstaSupply support the Shining Star category, which celebrates young, talented individuals in the industry who have huge potential to go on to be influential leaders of the future.
The Boutique Hotelier Personal Service Star Awards will once again be held on the first night of the Independent Hotel Show and recognise a total of 11 members of staff working in a number of roles within boutique, independent and lifestyle hotels up and down the country.
The awards were created especially to recognise these individuals who go above and beyond for every guest and work tirelessly to make their hotel a special place to be.
This year, we’ve announced some exciting new changes, including a top judging panel who will decide on the winners and the addition of the new category – General Manager of the Year.
InstaSupply now join Mitre Linen and Star Quality Hospitality as official sponsors of the event.
Head of sales and marketing Simona Pop said: “We believe that recognising performance and talent is key in empowering people to be the best that they can be. For hospitality, it’s all about great service and the future of the hotelier profession depends on how people adapt to change, how they tackle challenges and make the best of them.
“InstaSupply is all about working smarter, working better and using everything in your power to make a mark, a change for the better. We want to join these highly skilled individuals on their journey to improve hospitality by delivering stellar service.”
The nominations process will open in July online and in print and then a shortlist will be created before the final winners are decided upon by the panel of top industry experts.
Pop added: “Recognising excellence in service is a key part of making hospitality a top industry to work in. Rewarding the individuals who are shaping the experiences of a new type of consumer and changing the expectations of their guests, is key in encouraging hotels to be a destination instead of a mere room for the night.”