44 Results for "Discover"

Foodservice Fundamentals: Letter to supervisor

Do you want to get up to speed on the foodservice industry so you can hit the ground running? IFMA's Foodservice Fundamentals Fast Track is an accelerated foodservice education course that will provide you with the foundational understanding required to succeed. Let us help you get your supervisor's approval to attend with this "justification letter" template.

Posted by IFMA April 09, 2013
Tagged in: Discover, Foodservice Education, Foodservice Fundamentals

How does your company measure up?

The Wolf Survey analyzes data from more than 20 premier foodservice manufacturing companies on a multitude of topics from salary, recruitment strategies, retention plans and much more. Arm your company with foodservice industry intelligence and see how you stack up against the competition.

Posted by IFMA June 20, 2013
Tagged in: Industry Research, Discover, Diversity

IFMA’s Consumer Planning Program – More Insights, More Benefits!

This year, IFMA's Consumer Planning Program delivers big value by adding additional benefits along with relevant and actionable insights!  

Posted by IFMA March 17, 2014
Tagged in: Consumer Planning, Industry Research, Discover, Consumer Behavior

Reading Consumers’ Minds – How Occasions Drive Foodservice Demand

At the 2013 Marketing & Sales Leaders ForumDatassential's Jack Li presented all new information on why consumer occasions are such an important piece of the puzzle when manufacturers execute with their operator customers.

Posted by IFMA September 12, 2013
Tagged in: Consumer Planning, Marketing & Sales Leaders Forum, Industry Research, Discover, Manufacturer Members

Join the Consumer Planning Program for New Consumer-Decision Research!

Be an invaluable partner to your operator customers by joining the Consumer Planning Program (CPP). Gain insights on how consumers choose the venues they visit, what influences the items they order and how "occasions" and "eater types" affect their overall behavior.

Posted by IFMA July 10, 2013
Tagged in: Discover, Foodservice Industry Research, Consumer Planning Program