Operators to Share 2021 Insights at FER’s December Event

Registration now open for the Dec. 17 half-day virtual conference.

Registration is now open for Foodservice Equipment Reports’ online conference and expo, FER Virtual NEXT—the fourth such virtual event this year. In addition to a full program, the four-hour interactive digital experience, to be held on Dec. 17, will spotlight the newest foodservice equipment products and demonstrations by equipment manufacturers. Attendees will participate in sessions highlighting industry thought leaders, experts and visionaries, offering insights on new trends, best practices and the future of the foodservice industry.

Sessions at the December event will be geared towards planning for the year ahead and will arm you with the tools you need for your operation to succeed in 2021. Register now to learn:

  • What equipment investments and integrations will help improve productivity and your bottom line
  • What you need to know when creating a ghost kitchen
  • How to prepare your drive-thru for the future
  • What trends analysts anticipate will drive growth in the wake of COVID-19
  • How operators plan to tackle upcoming challenges, and what equipment matters most

Registered attendees will also immediately gain access to an extensive on-demand library of past sessions on high-priority topics such as designing for delivery, design-thinking and more.

Register today →

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