Annual SFM conference emphasizes strategies for B&I as business dining looks to a slowly recovering economy.
Over 260 registrants gathered at the Westin-St. Francis in San Francisco in October for the annual SFM Conference, Competitive Strategies for Today and Tomorrow. The opening keynote presentation was delivered by Kim Rothstein of the Marlin Network Consulting Group, who provided an in-depth analysis of the demand patterns and behavior of a new generation of foodservice consumers. (From top left) Owen Moore presents Sumi Benedettis with the SFM Spirit Award; Scott Siers (center) ...
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