Dennis Monroe will moderate a panel “Case Studies from Successful Delivery Operators” at the inaugural Food on Demand Conference at the Renaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West, March 19-20. The panel will address the general question of how restaurant delivery service can be made profitable, analyzing top operators’ first-hand experiences with delivery and strategies for increasing efficiencies and avoiding costly mistakes. The panelists are Laura Rae Dickey, CEO of Dickey’s BBQ; Mark Hardison, VP of Marketing at El Pollo Loco; and Philip Friedman, CEO of Salsarita’s Fresh Mexican.
The Food on Demand Conference brings together third-party delivery providers, restaurant operators, robot and software developers and restaurant analysts to discuss the future of foodservice amid the rapid growth of retail and restaurant delivery.
Executives from the largest nationwide restaurant delivery platforms, Grubhub and DoorDash, will both be presenting keynote addresses at the conference. Attendees will gain vital market and operating insights by attending high-level workshops covering a wide variety of food-delivery topics. Presenters also will provide proprietary surveys, statistics and first-hand experience integrating delivery into existing restaurant operations. This is actionable information that attendees can immediately apply to their businesses, no matter what their delivery experience is.
The Food On Demand Conference is the only conference solely dedicated to the mobile ordering and third-party delivery market in foodservice. Ideal attendees are restaurant owners, C-store and grocery operators, meal-kit providers, caterers, corporate feeders and tech-to-go companies. Also invited to attend are delivery providers, packaging companies and technology providers.
Additional information about the conference, including registration, is available at www.FoodOnDemandNews.com or 800-528-3296.
About Food On Demand
Food On Demand’s mission is to cover information and news at the intersection of Food, Technology & Mobility. Topics include restaurant meal delivery, prepared meals in supermarkets, food trucks, subscription meal kits, institutional dining, plus the industries that support all these different businesses, from packaging to technology, legal matters to financial issues.
In addition to a monthly e-newsletter, Food On Demand maintains an online blog, hosts webinars and produces an annual conference. All of this is designed to bring together key players in the industry and promote education, growth and business deals from within the mobile ordering and delivery community.