It’s difficult to summarize the scope of Alan Parker’s contributions to British hospitality. Since starting at his family’s restaurant, he has charted a path that has made him one of the industry’s most respected members. In 2004, Parker assumed his current position as chief executive of Whitbread PLC, Britain’s leading hospitality company. Whitbread focuses on three divisions: budget hotels—Premier Travel Inn; restaurants—400 outlets, including ...
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