63 Results for "Small/Midsized Business"
Every month, IFMA's Small & Midsized Business (SMB) community hosts a discussion with industry experts, trading partners or operator customers. John Koncki, Director of R&D at CKE Restaurants, will be joining the SMB community call and discussing how small and midsized businesses can work with the restaurant chain.
Posted by IFMA May 18, 2015
Tagged in: Small/Midsized Business, Foodservice Leaders, Foodservice Operators, Manufacturer Members
Julia Bauscher Talks about the Healthy and Hunger-Free Kids Act on Upcoming Washington Insights Call
Julia Bauscher, Director, School and Community Nutrition Services for Jefferson County Public Schools (KY), incoming President, School Nutrition Association (SNA) and 2013 Silver Plate Winner will be our guest speaker.
Posted by IFMA July 29, 2014
Tagged in: Small/Midsized Business, Washington Insights, Connect, Discover
IFMA hosts a variety of events throughout the year that enable members to connect with peers and trading partners and focus on important issues facing the industry. From forums that inspire connectivity and collaboration across the channel to market insight conferences that keep you informed about trends and issues, IFMA offers a variety of ways for you stay ahead.
Posted by IFMA July 11, 2013
Tagged in: Center of Innovation Excellence, Small/Midsized Business, GS1, Washington Insights, Optimize, Connect, Discover, Industry Events, Center of Excellence & Best Practices
The FDA recently released a menu labeling Small Entity Compliance Guide. The guidance provides answers to what may be burning questions from operators considered small entities - which means they are "independently owned and operated and not dominant in its field of operation."
Posted by FaegreBD Consulting April 23, 2015
Tagged in: Small/Midsized Business, Washington Insights, Manufacturer Members, Operator/Manufacturer Collaboration
If there's one thing I learned from working in the foodservice industry for the past 26 years, it is the importance of building customer relationships. Establishing strong relationships with your customers is only possible if you have a thorough understanding of their business and needs. Staying in tune with the issues your customers are facing will better enable you to be in the position to provide solutions to their problems.
Posted by Loren Kimura, President & CEO, Basic American Foods
Tagged in: Small/Midsized Business, Gold & Silver Plate, COEX, Distinguished Foodservice Awards, Connect