Why Restaurant Franchising & Innovation Summit is taking on London

Dec. 15, 2016

The restaurant business in the UK will increase by more than 10 billion pounds over the next few year, but not all concepts are created equal. Franchises that embrace innovation and technology will win the most market share, which is why the Restaurant Franchising & Innovation Summitis going to London. The annual Summit is set for July 18-20 at the Grange City Hotel

Executives from some of the world's most successful brands will discuss best practices when it comes to growing a franchise. Topics include technology, innovation, hiring and training, menu trends, supply chain and food safety.

Register here.


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