Three leaders of Atlanta’s restaurant community—Sean Yeremyan, owner of Big Table Restaurants; Lee Schulman, founder of Panacea Management Group (PMG) Consulting; and Nour Rabai, founder and CEO of Pita Mediterranean Street Food—are among the 2022 Georgia Titan 100 honorees. The Titan 100 program recognizes Georgia’s Top 100 CEOs and C-level executives. These are the state’s most accomplished business leaders in their industries using criteria that includes demonstrating exceptional leadership, vision and passion.
Restaurateur Sean Yeremyan is the owner of Big Table Restaurants, which is comprised of two unique dining concepts: HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern (with locations in Brookhaven, Dunwoody, Halcyon and Atlantic Station) and Cattle Shed Wine & Steak Bar in Alpharetta along with Big Table Events & Catering. Lee Schulman is a 30-year restaurant operations veteran, owner and operator of Old Vinings Inn and founder of Panacea Management Group (PMG) Consulting, which offers consultations in menu research and development, service auditing and training, and restaurant operations procedures and systems.
Nour Rabai is the founder of Pita Mediterranean Street Food, a Georgia-based fast casual chain with locations throughout the Southeast that is growing into the Midwest.
“The Titan 100 are shaping the future of the Georgia business community by building a distinguished reputation that is unrivaled and preeminent in their field. We proudly recognize the Titan 100 for their successes and contributions.” says Jaime Zawmon, president of Titan CEO.
Collectively the 2022 Georgia Titan 100 and their companies employ upwards of 240,000 individuals and generate over $66 billion in annual revenues. This year’s honorees will be published in a limited-edition Titan 100 book and profiled exclusively online. They also will be honored at an awards ceremony on May 12, 2022, at Zoo Atlanta and will have the opportunity to interact and connect multiple times throughout the year with their fellow Titans.
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