Spanish chef Ángel León will be honored at an event in New York. New York Summit, organized by the Inspiring Committed Leaders Foundation, is a leading event in the US that attracts executives from around the world who want to learn more about the secrets to success in business from leaders in everything from economics and entrepreneurship to tech and innovation.
The second edition of the New York Awards will be presented at this year’s summit, and a special distinction will go to León. He is being recognized for his “contribution to international gastronomy, as he is a global leader, having received five Michelin stars. Ángel León… is committed to haute cuisine and to the environment, [which is] a reflection of his professionalism.”
Previous honorees include Fundación Seres, Acción Contra el Hambre, and the Federación Iberoamericana de Jóvenes Empresarios, among others. The goal of these awards is to highlight excellence vis-à-vis businesses and people who add value to the international community, mainly Hispanics.
The New York Summit will be held from October 22nd to the 24th, and the awards will be presented as part of a gala dinner, to be held on the 23rd.