Don’t miss our next Restaurant Roundtable in Washington, DC hosted by RFMA Members from Nando’s Peri Peri, California Pizza Kitchen, and Bojangles Restaurants, Inc.
When: Tuesday, October 23rd from 10:00AM – 1:00PM
Where: Nando’s Peri Peri Corporate Office
Topics: Equipment Training for Operations, R&M Cost Controls, and Disaster Management
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*Restaurant Roundtables are education opportunities for RFMA Restaurant Members only
Thank you to our 2018 Roundtable Sponsor, Branded Group!
Franchisee Peer to Peer call will cover a variety of restaurant facilities topics that specifically relate to the franchisee community and are moderated by a franchisee peer.
When: Wednesday, October 24th from 1:00PM-2:00PM
Facilitator: Greg Fuchs, CRFP, TEAM Schostak Family Restaurants (Olga’s Kitchen, Applebee’s, MOD Pizza, and Del Taco)
Topics: OPS Training & Time Management
*Peer to Peer calls are facilitated discussions open to Restaurant Members only
RFMA 2019 Session Preview - Waste, Recycling, and the Internet of Things: Lessons from Krispy Kreme
Speakers: Geoffrey Aardsma, Eveno Inc. and Will Cash, Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation
Enevo will host a session discussing the Internet of Things-driven management of waste and recycling. Waste is often an afterthought, let alone a priority for technological innovation and insight. But it is also a hidden opportunity for huge savings, further sustainability, and a more detailed and expansive understanding of their business operations. We'll be highlighting the challenges and solutions found within Krispy Kreme and a few other restaurant clients as they modernize their waste, utilizing tools and technology of the IoT.
When: Monday, February 11th from 2:00PM – 3:00PM
Click here to learn more about this session and other RFMA 2019 education sessions.
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Restaurant Members, be sure to take advantage of the $150 Early Bird registration rate before December 1st.
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