Hospitality leader joins the diner with a difference
Home Kitchen appoints Andrew Fishwick
Home Kitchen, the diner with a difference, that will employ and train homeless people, is delighted to reveal that Andrew Fishwick has joined the board of this unique social venture.
Andrew will add over 20 years of experience in the catering and hospitality sector – he currently helms Epicurean Endeavours plc – a new London Stock Exchange listed investment vehicle in the Hospitality sector and is the Executive Chair for SALT, a leading food and drink marketing consultancy and Adamo – a hospitality management company which he also co-founded. His past governance roles include the board of the British Institute of Innkeepers and interim CEO for several multi award-winning gastro pub groups, restaurant groups and hotels.
As a cultural entrepreneur, Andrew has produced two dozen West End and Broadway Shows and can claim Tony, Olivier and Evening Standard Theatre Awards winners amongst their number – a career phase that explains his election as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Speaking about his appointment, Andrew remarked…
“I could not be more thrilled to join this amazing project. Home Kitchen will be a lifeline for our recruits, giving them the opportunity to pursue a career in hospitality at a time that the industry needs new talent more than ever.”
Andrew joins his governance expertise to the culinary skills of chef Adam Simmonds, winner of 11 AA rosettes, two Michelin stars and the BBC’s Great British Menu, and co-founders Michael Brown (also CEO of Asociat) and Alexander Brown – respectively trustee and director of the homelessness charity Soup Kitchen London.