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Simpson: Economy is still top of mind for restaurants—and for Washington

Cicely Simpson offers her views on how tax reform and other legislative and regulatory issues have affected the restaurant industry.

Technology

SuperSession: Get ready for the tech revolution

Monday’s SuperSession at the National Restaurant Association Show aimed to help arm uncertain industry leaders with insights from a panel of experts discussing The Future of Restaurants.

Much has been written about “meatless Mondays” and other efforts to encourage a plant-forward diet. But meatless and vegetarian meals have had a limited audience—until now.

True to its name, the conference’s content focused on building revenue. The conference speakers addressed some unique methods to do so.

The Signature ’18 session at this year’s National Restaurant Association Show both offered encouragement and issued challenges to the industry leaders who were in attendance.

Look for FABI Awardees throughout the Show and at the Foodamental Studio (Booth #2389) on Monday starting at 10:00 a.m.

Where will you find the early technology adopters and disruptors? If InKind Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer Miles Matthias is correct, it’s Startup Alley in the Innovation Hub.

Take a look at what’s bubbling up this year at the BAR Stage.

Hudson Riehle, the National Restaurant Association’s senior vice president of research and knowledge, will share the latest industry data and analysis at his session, “Key Trends Shaping the Future of Foodservice."

Strategic insights at the Inaugural Restaurant Revenue Growth Conference.

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