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  • More than half of America’s workforce is made up of Millennials, and how they decide where they eat—even for work—is greatly impacting the quick-service restaurant landscape. This webinar addresses such issues as Why working Millennials are choosing quick-service restaurants; What is most important to them when they choose a quick-service restaurant for business dining; How quick-service restaurants can attract the millennial workforce.

    Gen Z is now the largest age demographic in the United States. While they may be young, relationships and brand affinity formed during this time can build loyal relationships down the road. Unlike the generations before them, members of Gen Z are digital natives, leading them to have different expectations when it comes to the restaurant experience. What do you need to know to appeal to this younger group, and how do they differ from the generations that came before them?

    Domino’s has maintained their position in favor of keeping delivery in-house rather than partnering with a third-party service. By focusing on tech innovations and using a fortressing strategy to open new locations, Domino’s feels that they are on the right path to growth. However, they continue to face increased pressure and competition from the delivery aggregators. As off-premises sales continue to boom, is Domino’s going to be able to succeed in this new environment?

    PCI compliance should be a top priority for any successful restaurant. But exactly what do you need to know? Join Cybera’s James McClay to learn the many ways PCI compliance can impact your business.

    Delfield is revolutionizing the reach-in category with its new Specification Line® that offers customers 24/7 connectivity, ease of operation and energy efficiency. Designed to make your life easier by staying connected and allowing you to use your time to focus on your business and grow your profits.

    When analyzing your competition in the restaurant industry, it’s no longer enough to study other brick-and-mortar locations alone. From meal delivery to increased prepared food offerings from c-stores and grocery stores, your guests have a lot of different options when it comes to mealtime.

    Understanding employee experience is critical for companies to succeed, especially those in competitive environments like the service industry where the employee experience and engagement can be uniquely difficult.

    Growth-minded restaurants frequently experience growing pains that increase financial complexity with each new entity or location added. This financial complexity can easily mire your company down with tedious, time-consuming, and resource-intensive work that hinders further growth.

    Watch how Roy Rogers is bringing spicy chicken back in a big way with Texas Pete® Hot Sauce.

    Diners want foods with compelling sustainability and health stories, and restaurant brands have shifted accordingly, centering new concepts around these values. However, balancing performance, price point, and consumer desires can be a challenge. An opportunity lies in identifying and marketing the positive qualities of ingredients you’re already using – like soybean oil. Soybean oil is sustainably grown in the U.S. and offers a favorable fatty acid profile. Soybean oil is a functional ingredient for you and offers a compelling story for your customers.

    From Texas Pete Dust dry rub wings to the hot sauce in their Texas Pete® Chocolate Porter, Gary Brown, of Boondocks Brewing Taproom & Restaurant in West Jefferson, NC, incorporates the bold, balanced flavors of Texas Pete
    sauces in many of his signature restaurant recipes and brews. Want to find out how you can add Texas Pete to your menu? Learn more at texaspetefoodservice.com

    Manitowoc next generation ice machine Indigo® NXT offers a whole new level of simplicity, sanitation, energy efficiency and reliability in modular ice machines. Incorporating a one touch 2.8-inch icon based easyTouch® display to access asset information, service menu, reminders and alerts.

    Frymaster FQ4000 makes cooking and filtering simply intuitive. The touch screen features operation management that monitor and help control food quality, oil life, and equipment performance. Optional Oil Quality Sensor (OQS) monitors the oil’s health and advises when to discard.

    Promote, entertain and sell more with a smart content strategy at each critical stage of the visual customer journey.

    This Baked Tamagoyaki preparation is from the Extra Crispy book 'Breakfast: The Most Important Book About the Best Meal of the Day.'