The National Restaurant Association®

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Dawn Sweeney: Focusing on innovation and inspiration

The National Restaurant Association looks toward its 100th anniversary with a renewed concentration on engagement.


Election 2016: The issues that will affect restaurants

Tax reform and NLRB joint employer ruling top priorities for NRA

Many highlights of this year’s NRA Show aimed to help operators figure out how to navigate the sometimes tricky—and ever-changing—world of technology.

Five Bar Rescue chefs spilled the beans on their experiences with helping operators escape failure and find success during Monday’s Bar Rescue Chef Panel. Here’s a look at some of their secrets to building killer operations.

The NRA Show has long been the industry's must-see event, but this year, the Show's programming included a number of changes designed to engage attendees and provide them with relevant, business-building information. Here's a few highlights you might have missed.

Storytelling, innovation key to building standout food and beverage programs

The new and exciting things the NRA is introducing this year are designed to dig deeper and focus on specific segments to address attendee industry challenges.

Signature ’16 sparks a pointed conversation about where business, customer service and technology are headed.

This year’s Gold Plate Award recipient is Rafi Taherian, associate vice president, Yale Hospitality, Yale University.

Here’s a peek at three tech trends making waves.

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