Monday , November 23 2020

Black and White Hospitality launches new division to expand global reach



Marco Pierre Whites hospitality, Black and White Hospitality, has now signed a deal to take its franchise offering to companies around the world.

The company, headed by White and CEO Nick Taplin, has secured a partnership with RMAL Hospitality to form Black and White International.

Black and White International's first two arenas to launch will be in Abu Dhabi and will include a Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill by the end of 2018 and a New York Italian, which is expected to open in March 2019.

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Jihad Hazzan, CEO of RMAL Hospitality, will now work close to the newly formed company to further expand the Group's global appeal.

Nick Taplin, Chairman and CEO of Black and White Hospitality, said: "With two places already underway and Marco has just opened The English House in Singapore, we will look to build our international presence with hotel owners, owners and others hospitality management company. "

"RMAL Hospitality has a strong record in the restaurant and restaurant industry and we are pleased to announce this exciting new division of Black and White Hospitality."

Since then, at MasterChef Asia and Hell's Kitchen Australia, Kock White's international presence has grown with Black and White Hospitality saying it's "meaningful" to expand its business internationally.

The Black and White Hospitality Group consists of Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill, New York Italian, Bardolino Pizzeria Bellini & Espresso Bar, Wheelers of St James Oyster Bar & Grillroom, Marconi Coffee & Juice Bar, Mr White's English Chophouse and the New Koffmann and Mrs. English French Brasserie.

Recently, Black and White Hospitality appointed Brandie Deignan as CEO to lead up her new franchise division.

Deignan joined the British Airways Plc, where she led the business transformation team, focusing on food, lounge and in-flight elements in the global operator, as well as monitoring business changes over the customer experience and the International Airlines Group.


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