Keynote 2022

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Event Location

Location: Featured Sessions – Grand Ballroom, South Building Level 1


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Title: Keynote 2022

Description:

Join Alexis Ohanian – co-founder of Reddit and founder of Seven Seven Six – as he sheds new light on how creating and embracing disruption can amplify growth and produce positive transformations.

Moderated by Starr Marcello, deputy dean of MBA Programs at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business – and an expert in entrepreneurship and innovation, this intimate conversation with Alexis will tap into his vast knowledge of today’s new business realities as he addresses many of the disruptions that are changing the future of business and how they will translate to the foodservice industry, including crypto currency, web 3.0, and historic social and cultural shifts. What do these disruptions mean to our industry, and how can we prepare for and embrace them?

Type: Featured Session


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Industry Segment

  • Affiliated
  • Bar/Tavern/Pub/Brewery
  • Dealer/Distributor
  • Lodging
  • Restaurant/Foodservice
  • Retail Foodservice
  • Young Professionals

Job Function

  • Accounting/Finance
  • Administrative Support
  • Bartender
  • Beverage Management
  • Chef/Culinary
  • Corporate/Executive Management
  • Design/Construction
  • Development/Real Estate
  • FOH Managment
  • Franchisor/Franchisee
  • Marketing/Sales
  • MIS/IT
  • Mixologist
  • Nutrition/Dietetics
  • Operations/Int'l Operations
  • QA/RD
  • Server
  • Supply Chain
  • Training/HR

Continuing Education Units

  • American Culinary Federation (ACF) – 1.5 Units
  • Foodservice Consultants Society International (FCSI) – 1.5 Units