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Under CEO and President Sally Smith's leadership, Buffalo Wild Wings has grown from just 35 restaurants in 1994 to more than 1,000 franchised and corporate-owned locations today.
Hear Sally Smith speak live at Presidents Conference 2014 where she will address current trends affecting the foodservice industry. View more media coverage inside.
Posted by IFMA September 11, 2014
Tagged in: Presidents Conference
Advertising Age reported that the Seattle-born bakery Cinnabon has grown into a global powerhouse with 1,200 retail locations driving more than $1 billion from retail product sales that include franchised locations, consumer packaged goods and foodservice-licensed products.
Read more about president Kat Cole's leadership and continued success strategy for the global baking powerhouse.
Posted by IFMA September 08, 2014
Tagged in: Presidents Conference, Foodservice Leadership
Given the accelerated shift to perimeter departments within grocery and convenience stores, retailers are allocating more space and resources to grow profits from foodservice sales. The opportunities for manufacturers to secure growth in this channel are prospering, hear more from Jason Whitmer, President of Cleveland Research Company at Presidents Conference in November.
Posted by IFMA September 23, 2014
Tagged in: Presidents Conference, Channel Partners, Connect, Discover, Foodservice Operators, Manufacturer Members
The IFMA/IFDA Presidents Conference is called "the place where leaders meet" for good reason. If getting your products and services noticed by senior leaders from the operator and distributor communities is important to you, then take advantage of the premier sponsorship opportunities available.
Posted by IFMA August 30, 2013
Tagged in: Presidents Conference, Connect, Sponsorship Opportunities
Kate Vitasek shared the Vested® model, of deep collaboration, developed at the University of Tennessee during Presidents Conference 2013. Vested is a mindset of focusing on what's in it for "we" instead of what's in it for me; is a methodology and rules; and is a movement where companies play a different game by adopting new habits and business models.
Posted by IFMA June 19, 2014
Tagged in: Small/Midsized Business, Presidents Conference, Industry Research, Foodservice Leaders, Channel Partners, Distributors, Optimize, Discover, Foodservice Operators, Manufacturer Members, Foodservice Supply Chain