By Derrek J. Hull, Blogger-in-Chief
As the industry’s most colossal restaurant and foodservice marketplace, industry leaders and trend-setters are encouraged to share their expertise and best practices with attendees at NRA Show 2010 and International Wine, Spirits & Beer Event (IWSB).
Education sessions are an important and exciting part of the NRA Show and IWSB programming, and each year these events strive to provide attendees with a wide range of topics and speakers to help improve their business now and into the future. The National Restaurant Association is now welcoming proposals from individuals and companies, both large and small, to share insights and expertise into the hottest topics of today and beyond.
Do you think you have what it takes to engage, excite and inform attendees looking for ideas and solutions? Here are some helpful tips when submitting education session proposals. Remember, ideal proposals should focus on current trends and solutions to help restaurant and foodservice operators succeed while positioning themselves for long-term growth, without highlighting specific products or services. Best practices and expertise are preferred.
NRA Show 2010 and IWSB education session proposals may be submitted in five categories: