BII appoints new chief executive to replace Peter Thomas

By Peter Ruddick

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Tim Hulme, currently deputy principal at Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College, has been named as Peter Thomas's replacement as the chief executive of the BII
Tim Hulme, currently deputy principal at Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College, has been named as Peter Thomas's replacement as the chief executive of the BII
The British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) has announced Tim Hulme will replace Peter Thomas as chief executive of the organisation in January next year with a full handover expected to take place by February.

Hulme, currently deputy principal at Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College, will take the reins from Thomas to help develop new strategies and initiatives for the licensed retail training body.

Bernard Brindley, the chairman of the BII said under Hulme's leadership the next year would see the organisation go through a number of changes.

"Much has been achieved over the last six months and that there is a new focus, and new determination and purpose about the BII. We have a major part to play in licensed hospitality helping our members through difficult times whilst developing new initiatives and plans for the future," he added.

As well as leading London’s largest further education college, Hulme has a background in building surveying and project management.

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