Register Now For FER’s President’s Preview E&S Market Forecast

Registration is now open for Foodservice Equipment Reports annual President’s Preview E&S Market Forecast. We have changed the format this year. Instead of a live event, the forecast will be presented by FER Publisher Robin Ashton in a series of webinars August 14-17. The webinars will be recorded so attendees in any time zone can view them at their convenience. The new format saves attendees the cost and time of travel and also makes it possible for more people in a company to view the forecast.

The topics covered in the forecast remain the same. We will analyze macroeconomic, operator and international operator trends, look at material and E&S price trends, present rankings of the Top 100 manufacturers and Top 100 dealers, and release our exclusive hard number forecasts of E&S market growth through 2022. The forecast will include new data and forecasts this year, including more detailed data on restaurant openings and closings and E&S estimates and forecasts by operator segment, state and metro regions.

Attendees also have forecast package options this year. They can buy the complete forecast for $1,895, which includes access to all four webinars, and all presentations in both electronic and print formats. A Forecast Overview package will also be available for $895. It includes highlights of all the presentations and data, including the E&S market forecast, as well as access to the opening webinar. Also new this year, attendees can sign up for a series of quarterly update presentations.

For further information, and to register, go here.  

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