16 Results for "Strategic Issues Series"
Engaging a third-party supply chain solution brings efficiency and resources for operators. A full-service supply chain company can leverage buying power for their customers while offering expert execution within a shorter window of time. Learn more about how these types of businesses are impacting the industry.
Posted by Maria Kiagias August 19, 2016
Tagged in: Foodservice Channel Partners, Strategic Issues Series, Foodservice Operators, IFMA Manufacturer Members, Sales / Supply Chain
The latest IFMA Strategic Issues Series focused on the subject of "How to Win in Grocery Foodservice", with a keen study on the blurring lines between traditional retail channels and foodservice. Bonnie Riggs from The NPD Group and Jack Li from Datassential presented on "Retailer and Consumer Trends and Needs," setting a foundation with segment market size, growth statistics and trend information. Bob Baxley, partner at The Partnering Group (TPG), presented "Inside the Mind of a Retailer" based on his decades of experiences overseeing retailers' deli and prepared foods departments. View the complete white paper covering the session.
Posted by IFMA April 15, 2015
Tagged in: Industry Research, Foodservice Leaders, Strategic Issues Series, Industry Events
As the big keep getting bigger, the foodservice industry consolidation continues. The Hale Group and IFMA provide an initial perspective on how the Sysco/US Foods Merger will impact foodservice manufacturers.
Posted by The Hale Group December 11, 2013
Tagged in: Distributors, Strategic Issues Series, Foodservice Manufacturers
What should members consider when creating a distribution strategy? What role could Cash & Carry play? This was the focus of the most recent Strategic Issues Series: "Framework for a Distribution Strategy." Under this umbrella, there was a deep dive into "Opportunities in Cash & Carry," with special guest Clark Pager from Restaurant Depot.
Posted by IFMA July 02, 2014
Tagged in: Discover, Strategic Issues Series, Foodservice Industry Research, Foodservice Distributors, Industry Research
The foodservice industry is maturing and the industry structure is changing. Consumers now hold more power. There is industry consolidation and significant increases in aggregated purchasing by operators. Distributor profitability will increasingly be tied to supply chain efficiency. How will manufacturers and industry partners need to evolve to profit in 2020? Read the Marketing & Sales Leaders Forum executive summary to find out.
Posted by IFMA October 16, 2013
Tagged in: Marketing & Sales Leaders Forum, Strategic Issues Series, Foodservice Industry Research, Industry Research