Consumer Planning Program

The foodservice industry has limited data on how consumers make their decisions regarding food purchases away-from-home. The Consumer Planning Program (CPP) was formed, in partnership with Datassential, to delve deeper into the consumer mindset, to find out why consumers pick a foodservice venue, how those decisions are made and what manufacturers (and operators) can do to influence those decisions.

IFMA manufacturer members who are part of the Consumer Planning Program Committee have made financial contributions to support the initiative that drives topics of interest for the report. Read more about the benefits of becoming a member of the Consumer Planning Program.

Consumer Planning Program Satisfaction & Beyond Satisfaction [webinar]

IFMA and Datassential's Jack Li present a series of webinars for 2015 CPP members who have access to the 2014 CPP report. The webinar series will cover all topics from the 2014 CPP report, including occasions, eater types, deep dives, and micro reports. This webinar focused on the Satisfaction & Beyond Satisfaction Deep Dive Reports.

Consumer Planning Program Occasions & Eater Types Webinar

IFMA and Datassential's Jack Li present the first of a series of webinars for 2015 CPP members who have access to the 2014 CPP report. The webinar series covers all topics from the 2014 CPP report, including occasions, eater types, deep dives, and micro reports. This first webinar focused on the occasion and eater type models. 

Aug 08

Marketing & Sales Leaders Forum

The annual IFMA Marketing & Sales Leaders Forum focuses on marketing and sales collaboration, providing these professionals the means to apply actionable insights and best practices to work together to improve both strategic planning and go-to-market execution. 

The program serves to unravel the complexities of the foodservice landscape, delivering powerful insights into the consumer, operator and distributor communities, as well as communicating how to best utilize the available tools for improved collaboration and tactical go-to-market execution. 

Aug 30

Marketing & Sales Leaders Forum 2017: Post-Conference Webinar Series

Changing Foodservice Landscape

Take a deep-dive into the IFMA Foodservice Landscape and Insights Library, helping you further understand key dynamics and changes within the channel that will influence your go-to market planning and execution

Sep 06

Marketing & Sales Leaders Forum 2017: Post-Conference Webinar Series

How to Navigate the Complexity of a GPO

As group purchasing organizations expand into more markets and impact a larger percentage of large leverage operators (LLOs) and independents, manufacturers need to make choices. Gain a deeper understanding on the GPO “landscape” and how to engage with GPOs for desired outcomes.