14 Results for "Foodservice Innovation"
Smashburger Founder & Chief Concept Officer Tom Ryan understands how to apply innovative tactics needed to win an increased share of the consumer's foodservice dollar. The fast casual chain recently began pairing burgers with craft beers provided by local breweries. Learn more about Smashburger's explosive growth and Tom Ryan's scheduled Keynote address at IFMA's Chain Operator EXchange (COEX 2015) coming this March.
Posted by IFMA December 08, 2014
Tagged in: Foodservice Innovation, Connect, Operator Collaboration Model
Top level findings on Best Practices in innovation process, based on most recent IFMA Center of Innovation Excellence whitepaper, revealed in Prepared Foods August edition.
Posted by IFMA September 06, 2013
Tagged in: Center of Innovation Excellence, Industry Research, Discover, Foodservice Innovation, New Product Development
IFMA's Center of Innovation Excellence has revealed four new Best Practices for Foodservice New Product Development (NPD). These practices come in the form of actionable tools that can be easily implemented into any current or developing new product process. Find out how they can help you improve your new product development process.
Posted by IFMA May 16, 2013
Tagged in: Center of Innovation Excellence, Industry Research, Channel Partners, Optimize, Foodservice Innovation, New Product Development, Foodservice Best Practices
The Center of Innovation Excellence (CIE) Phase 3 Best Practice Workshop will take place February 5-6, 2013. IFMA Members Manufacturers will have an opportunity to work together with Stage-Gate International and chain operators on three new product development (NPD) process tools specific to the foodservice industry.
Posted by IFMA December 13, 2012
Tagged in: Center of Innovation Excellence, Foodservice Innovation, Manufacturer Members, Industry Research, Center of Best Practices
According to a new report by Stage-Gate International and IFMA, nearly 50% of new product projects are failing to meet business performance objectives. The good news is this does not have to be the norm, because a formula for better performance exists. Read on to find out about the foodservice industry's first comprehensive guide to performance benchmarks and best practices for successful new product development.
Posted by IFMA July 24, 2012
Tagged in: Center of Innovation Excellence, Foodservice Innovation, New Product Development