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Restaurant Leadership Conference

Sunday, April 3, 2016
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If anything is certain, it’s that consumer trends and demographics are changing, driven by technology, a greater knowlege about food, and migration patterns. Here are a few consumer updates from 2016...

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Rare is the restaurant executive who’s not also an avid concept scout, constantly searching (and talking about) chain upstarts with exceptional growth potential. Here are some of the ventures that were the talk of attendees at last week’s Restaurant Leadership Conference in Scottsdale, Ariz., one of the nation’s leading concept incubators.

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In a special edition, we go spelunking into the issues that preoccupied the restaurant business’s premier gathering of free thinkers, the industry Woodstock known as the Restaurant Leadership Conference.

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Finding the technology that works for your operation and getting buy-in from the CEO down to franchisees is no easy feat. Here’s what’s helped other operators successfully implement tech in their restaurants.

Recruitment and retention are two of the top five challenges for restaurateurs, rising above food costs in this year’s operator survey conducted by the National Restaurant Association. The findings...

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The experts who took the stage during the first two days of the Restaurant Leadership Conference shared more than a few surprising assessments of the restaurant industry and its near-term prospects.
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The adoption of that pay floor in California and New York is just the start for the industry, speakers at the Restaurant Leadership Conference agreed. They see implications that may not fit the conventional thinking.
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Factoids aired yesterday at the Restaurant Leadership Conference provided startling insights into everything from delivery partnerships to drink refills. Here are a handful that ended up in our notes, starred and underscored.

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