Saturday 25 November 2017

Lucky Onion co-founders leave group for new venture

The Lucky Onion's co-founders, Sam and Georgie Pearman, have left the boutique hotel, pub and restaurant group to concentrate on a new venture.

Sam and Georgie Pearman, who co-founded The Lucky Onion with Superdry’s Julian Dunkerton, have left the boutique hotel, pub and restaurant group to pursue another venture.

The Lucky Onion, which counts No. 131, No. 38 The Park, The Wheatsheaf Inn and The Tavern among its stable of award-winning hotels, pubs and restaurants, was created five years by the husband and wife team, along with Julian.

In spring 2017 Georgie and Sam decided to leave The Lucky Onion to focus on a new business project, which they are in the process of developing and will announce details in due course, while Julian will continue to develop and further expand The Lucky Onion group.

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Monday 18 September 2017

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