12 Results for "Foodservice Education"


28 Occasion Series #21: With Co-workers After Work

Do you know your foodservice  occasions? Through the Consumer Planning Program (CPP), IFMA and Datassential have defined the 28  occasions that motivate consumer choice away-from-home; these  occasions are the "why" behind the "what".  Occasions impact both where people choose...

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Posted by IFMA November 27, 2014
Tagged in: Consumer Planning, Foodservice Education, Consumer Behavior, Foodservice Insights Library

28 Occasion Series: #16 Work Break

Do you know your foodservice occasions? Through the Consumer Planning Program (CPP), IFMA and Datassential have defined the 28  occasions that motivate consumer choice away-from-home; these  occasions are the "why" behind the "what".  Occasions impact both where people choose...

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Posted by IFMA October 02, 2014
Tagged in: Consumer Planning, Foodservice Education, Consumer Behavior, Foodservice Insights Library

Educational Foundation Raises $220,000 for Students in 2014

Committed to giving support to qualified culinary, marketing or food science students, the IFMA Educational Foundation promotes the next generation of foodservice leaders. See how much the Foundation raised in 2014 for foodservice students to help support their success in foodservice.

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Posted by IFMA November 18, 2014
Tagged in: Educational Foundation, Foodservice Education

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.

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

Navy Foodservice Operators Thrive on New Product Awareness and Supplier Relationships

To be sure, working with the U.S. Navy presents its share of nuances both new and existing suppliers must always understand. But according to Steve Hammel, Navy Region Southwest Dining Services Program Manager, building and maintaining strong relationships with F & B teams will help the suppliers overcome these challenges, as well as, maintain business opportunities which will stand the test of time.

 

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Posted by IFMA April 01, 2015
Tagged in: Foodservice Education, Events, Navy Foodservice Ashore Solutions Conference