Best Multiple Operator:
Bruno Nunes

Best Multiple Operator

Bruno works hard to understand his market and to adapt concepts through design and operation to fit the space in which they are working. His team has expanded at quite a rate and Bruno has recognised that his success has been achieved through the hard work and commitment of each member of his team.

To ensure that their expansion is sustainable, the team have invested heavily in creating an environment in which people want to come to work.

Reward and recognition are extremely important to Bruno as well as training to offer a clear progression path within the organisation.

Best Multiple Operator Finalists

Appetite for Life Ltd

Robert Thompson

The So! Bar brand expanded by recognising that small towns lack the 'city bar' concept so gave people choice and quality to match any occasion.

Bonilla Enterprise Ltd

Matt Bonilla

With a unique but consistent approach to his businesses Matthew Bonilla is a focused multiple operator based in Denton, operating up and down the UK.

A keen believer in standards and discipline, over the last four years he and his team have managed to develop the business from one to 19 sites with their prominent partner being Ei Group.

To be classed as a multiple operator you will need to operate more than one pub through Ei Publican Partnerships.

We saw entries from multiple operators who recruit and inspire good staff, always focus on standards and have expanded in an efficient and manageable way for their business.

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