Supply Chain Expert Exchange Spring Conference is back

The event hosted by the National Restaurant Association is the industry’s only event for professionals who oversee restaurant supply chain functions.
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Join us May 19-20 in Chicago for the National Restaurant Association Supply Chain Expert Exchange Spring Conference. It’s the industry’s only event created by and for professionals who oversee restaurant supply chain functions.

Hot topics include:

• Surviving Inflation: As restaurant operators, how do we approach this current inflationary environment? Although we cannot control the macroeconomic forces, we’re able to adapt actions to mitigate. This panel will share some ideas and insights into addressing inflation and its impact on P&L's.

• Managing Performance in a COVID-19 world: The dynamics between operators, suppliers, and distributors have shifted dramatically throughout the last two years. As demand continues to rise, suppliers and distributors are able to choose their partners with more scrutiny. This panel will explore what being a Customer of Choice means, how you become one, and the benefits associated with being one.

Register today and make time in your schedule to find solutions to big industry challenges as we enter a whole new world for supply chain and our industry.

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