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National Restaurant Association Show

Saturday, May 18, 2019

The 2019 National Restaurant Association Show offers attendees ideas and inspiration around every aspect of the foodservice business, from menus to workforce to technology to operations. Restaurant Business will be covering the show to bring you the latest updates, trends and insights. Stay connected here.

 

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Attendees learned how technology is changing the restaurant business in ways both subtle and profound.

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A conference-within-a-conference offered a portrait of the restaurant companies that draw funding from private-equity firms.

Restaurateurs should do their own due diligence before pairing up with a private-equity firm, experts advised yesterday at the Restaurant Finance Summit during the NRA Show.

If a restaurant company opts to fund its growth by selling a piece of the operation to outside investors, there are some common experiences they should expect, speakers agreed at yesterday’s Restaurant Finance Summit during the NRA Show.