Back for it's second Michelin Trade Seminar, International Director of MICHELIN Guides, Michael Ellis, will host an interactive trade seminar on 4 November 2017 for 100 Singapore-based chefs, restaurateurs and hoteliers in the food and beverage industry.
Mr Ellis will discuss on the topic: “Do Expert Opinions Matter?” together with six other panellists – Vicky Cheng of one Michelin-starred VEA Restaurant, Ignatius Chan of one Michelin-starred Iggy’s, Tetsuya Wakuda of Waku-Ghin, Gwern Khoo of The Noodle Story (Bib Gourmand), Dinesh Balasingam of Chope and food blogger Lennard Yeong in a roundtable discussion.
As seats are limited, registrations will be accepted on a first come first served basis. Registered participants will receive a confirmation email before 20 October 2017. Register your interest to email@example.com.
Registration is only open for trade professionals in the F&B industry, and limited strictly to one representative per organisation.
As seats are limited, registrations will be accepted on a first come first served basis. Registered participants will receive a confirmation email before 20 October 2017. For enquiries, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
International Director of the Michelin Guides
Born in New York City, Michael L. Ellis has always been a food enthusiast. After graduating from Johns-Hopkins University, Washington DC with a Master of Advanced International Studies, Michael L. Ellis attended INSEAD business school where he earned an MBA in 1987.
His entire management career has since been internationally focused: he worked as the Director of the Beverage Division for the Southern Europe region at Ball Packaging Europe from 1997 to 2007, and as Director of the Food Division for Europe, Middle East and Africa at Mead Packaging Europe from 1988 to 1995.
Since 2007, Michael L. Ellis has been the Vice President for Marketing and Sales for Michelin’s Two Wheel Tire Division and in August 2011, he was appointed International Director of the Michelin Guides. He speaks English and French, and is also fluent in Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.