CSD Presents the Foodservice Webcast Series

As competition heats up and consumers adjust their away-from-home consumption habits it’s critical to continuously refine your programs and strategies in order to drive profitable and sustainable growth.

For the third consecutive year, Convenience Store Decisions, is proud to offer its FREE two-part Foodservice Webcast Series.

Part II: June 17, 2010 2:00 PM EDT

Foodservice Fundamentals: Marketing and Merchandising to Today’s Convenience Customers

Convenience retailers recognize that a strong foods program drives differentiation and profits. Just consider that foodservice now generates nearly 30% of in-store gross margin dollars, according to the NACS recently released 2010 State of the Industry report. However, the profit center is at risk as competition heats up and consumers adjust their away-from-home consumption habits. It’s critical to routinely improve the foodservice so it continues to fuel the chain’s economic engine. Click to register now!

Speakers:

Ira Blumenthal
President, Co-Opportunities Inc. and Managing Director of NACS Café

Ryan Olsen
Adventures First Chef, Maverik Inc.

Webcast Moderator
John Lofstock, Editor, Convenience Store Decisions

Part I: Now available FREE ON-DEMAND
Building a Stronger Fresh Foods Program in Convenience Retail: Trends and Perspectives

Hear Fresh insights from David Bishop, Managing Partner of Balvor and Dr. Jack Cushman, Executive Vice President of Foodservice for Nice N Easy as they share how convenience retailers are managing and perceiving the fresh foods component of foodservice currently. Learn what the outlook is for the remainder of 2010 and how convenience retailers are fighting to grow a critical business segment. Take away unique benchmarks, emerging retail practices, and perspectives on how convenience retailers are enhancing the value of current food programs.

Speakers:

David Bishop
Managing Partner, Balvor

Dr. Jack Cushman
Executive Vice President of Foodservice, Nice N Easy Grocery Shoppes Inc.

Click now to view Part I FREE ON-DEMAND

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