Hospitality management company JRG Dubai appoints managing director

Spencer Ayers has 30 years’ experience in the F&B industry

Spencer Ayers
Spencer Ayers

Hospitality management company JRG Dubai has appointed Spencer Ayers as its managing director.

Ayers who took over the role in April has 30 years’ experience in the food and beverage sector In UAE, he has worked with Bateel International LLC, Le Pain Quotidien and AlShaya Group International, and had held various positions in the United Kingdom.

Speaking about the appointment, Nabil Ramadhan, CEO of Dubai Retail, an arm of Dubai Holding which counts JRG Dubai among its assets, said: “As a seasoned business leader, Spencer’s pivotal roles within the hospitality industry in both the UK and the UAE have delivered a wealth of international experience to usher JRG Dubai into a new and exciting era. As a specialist in franchising and turnaround transformation, Spencer’s strategic skills, comprehensive experience and deep understanding of international concept development will be invaluable in the next phase of our growth.”

JRG Dubai currently operates 17 restaurants, four of which are in the pipeline.

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