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If you have not created your event account, please follow these simple steps:

  1. Visit the IFMA Virtual Presidents Conference site
  2. Click the SIGN-IN button.
  4. Enter your email address and click RECOVER PASSWORD.
  5. Check your email for a link to your account from "IFMA Virtual Presidents Conference <ifma@ifmaworld.com>"
  6. If you did not receive an email, please check your SPAM FOLDER.
  7. Click the link in the email, and follow the steps to CLAIM YOUR ACCOUNT and complete your profile.



About IFMA's Virtual Presidents Conference

Couldn't make IFMA Presidents Conference in Scottsdale? Not to worry! November 16-18, IFMA will bring the leaders from across the foodservice community together online to reconnect, reengage, and reinspire the future of foodservice

Taking place one week after the In-Person Presidents Conference event in Scottsdale, the virtual conference will allow for access to recorded conference sessions and even more content addressing the foodservice industry’s most critical issues.

For those unable to travel, the virtual program provides the perfect opportunity to stay engaged on key topics including supply chain, labor, consumer and menu trends, the state of the industry, and much more. See agenda >>

Please note: Registration for the virtual conference is separate from the in-person conference in Scottsdale. To register for the in-person conference, click here.


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Who Attends:

  • Senior leaders and decision-makers representing foodservice manufacturers, distributors and operators—including regional and national chains and non-commercial operators such as K-12, C&U, Healthcare, B&I, etc.
  • Top management at companies that help support the industry.
  • Ambitious up-and-coming leaders throughout the industry.


What Attendees Are Saying:

“IFMA Presidents Conference provides great industry insights, recognition, and information to help us all continue to adapt and support this vital industry.”

- R. Kirk Weidner, Cargill