Jean-Michel Boulot
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"Hello Ilidio, I am not sure how far you are in the process for your new operation. Please go to my profile and check my company web site. Let me know if I can be of any assistance, Sincerely, JM"
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"It will be my pleasure to assist you on any matter I can, Let me know if you have any question, JM"
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"It will be my pleasure to assist you in anything I can, Let me know if you have any question, JM"
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Ricca Newmark Design
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Consulting, Discovering New Food, Learning, Networking
I started in the industry as an apprentice in the kitchen of a small regional restaurant in France. After getting my proffessional degree I moved to Paris.
For the next 10 years I moved from hotels to restaurant, small businesses to start Michelin establishments.
I had the oprtunity to move to Vancouver BC in 86 for the Expo 86 and helped a friend to open a restaurant in Vancouver.
From there I moved to San Francisco and was part of the opening team of the Sofitel Hotel as executive sous chef. after 3 years I had the oportunity to move to Bangkok Thailand for Hilton international. There I got involve as organizing snf execute special events for the hotel. from special diners for the queen and King of Thailand, to hosting states diner for the Emperor of Japan, Prime ministers of multiple countries, presidents...Those specials events took me from Thailand where I was based to Hong Kong, Melbourn, Sidney and Singapore for the culinary Olympics.
I moved back to the States and worked a year in Hawaii for Hilton. After restaurating my contacts I got hired by Ritz Carlton. I first started in Palm Beach Florida and then got transfer to Phoenix Arizona.after a few years of being executive chef for the Ritz I had the oportunity to work for Desert Highland, a pivate golf club. They needed their foodservice program to get revamped. I was aproach by the Myriad Group, Drew Nieporent, to join their group and become part of the development of the W hotel chain. I went to NY and assist in the opening of the first W, went to San Francisco and assist with the opening there and finally after designing and developed the concept I moved to Seattle to open the W there.
I next was aproach by the Universtity of Washington to redesign their food service program. After six years of developing concepts and redesigning the facilities with the consultants the university of Washington became the national benchmark for inovatives services.
Looking for new oportunities I tried to get into the consulting world and was aproach by Ricca Newmark to become one of their Pricipals.
I since got involve in multiples projects including the development of West Campus Commons then Advanta, Bravern and City Center for Microsoft, developed a great relationship with Disney in California and worked on 7 projects there and have been able to get involve in all foodservice segment from Culinary schools to hotels, restaurants, universities, coorporate facilities, schools, and hospitals.
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At 10:05pm on February 21, 2010,
Keith Bernhardt
Looking forward to your thoughts. Welcome to FohBoh !
At 6:41pm on February 21, 2010,
Paul Paz
Welcome Jean-Michel...
We look forward to your contributions!
At 9:14am on February 20, 2010, Michael L. Atkinson said…
Hi, thanks for joining. Good to meet you as well. Here's te presentation. Please feel free to share it and enjoy the collective intelligence this platform offers you.

SFM-Seattle Corporate Presentation Summary 11-Feb-2010.pptx
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At 2:43pm on February 13, 2010,
Jean-Michel Boulot
Hello Michael,
It was great meeting you at the SFM conference last Thursday.
The presentations were very informative and as promess here I am on FoHBoH...
I may need a little guidance at first but I am looking forward sharing all I have with interested parties as well as learning from all this wealth you made available.
Could you dirrect me on where the information from the presentations have been posted?
I would like if possible share it with the rest of the group I am working with.

Have a great weekend,


At 6:37am on February 13, 2010,
Jean-Michel Boulot
Hi Jean-Michel,

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