Gary Hoyer

George Brown College
Participates in 1 Session

Gary Hoyer is a Professor of Business and Hospitality Management and a Program Coordinator at George Brown College in Toronto.

Gary has enjoyed a successful career as a Restaurateur, Chef, and General Manager in the food service industry, and now, as a Professor, he teaches business and food service management and the responsibilities that leadership entails for protecting and conserving the land and the health and well-being of society. Through the Bachelor of Business Administration (Hospitality) Program, Gary has been able to instill and develop a new generation of hospitality professionals who will be committed to improving the health and wellness of the planet and its global community.

Gary has supported local farmers and organic agriculture for over 30 years and continues to proselytize respect for food and the environment. In Toronto, he is a leading advocate for sustainable local agriculture and environmental responsibility as well as universal school meal programs and farm to school activities.

He is also, in private practice, the principal of GNH Hospitality Consultants, a firm that offers concept creation; menu and recipe design and implementation including purchasing specifications; cost analysis and control; business plan development and execution; budget preparation; capitalization; feasibility studies and market surveys; management training and assistance in all facets of operations, including culinary, service, and labour functions, and organization design.


Sessions in which Gary Hoyer participates

Friday November 2, 2018

11:00 AM
11:00 AM