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Sanjeev Ku Patra awarded the youngest Hotel Entrepreneur of the Year 2017

Bhubaneswar:24/9/17; Sanjeev Ku Patra received the youngest Hotel Entrepreneur of the Year Award – 2017 from The FEDERATION OF HOTEL AND RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION OF INDIA (FHRAI) at its 52nd convention held in Bangalore.

 

The honour was presented by Padmashree Chef Shri Sanjeev Kapoor in presence of FHRAI President Mr K Syama Raju. The ceremonial Award function catered to 13 odd categories, out of which this is the highest honor.

 

The Award recognizes exemplary hard-work and talent in bringing about a significant change in the operations of the Hotel Sandy’s Tower, Bhubaneswar for putting it firmly on a trajectory of sound financial growth. This is the only award, which recognizes individuals who started their own hotel and stand it to a successfully level and doesn’t recognize ancestral property or work.

 

The award nomination was filed 6 months before the main presentation.  Hotels undergo a through scrutiny of balance sheet, food quality, hygiene etc.

 

Mr Sanjeev Ku Patra MD of Sandy Towers said, “This is not only an honor for me rather for all Young Enterprising Hoteliers of Odisha. I dedicate my award to Lord Jagannath from where I belong to, blessings of my parents and to friends and relatives who undoubtedly supported me during my struggling days.”

 

 

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