FRANCHISE INDIA & Mrs. Bector’s “Cremica” are back with the fourth edition of the Indian Restaurants Congress in Delhi, which would serve as the meeting ground for all those associated with the F&B industry. Serving as a meeting ground for over 300 pioneering restaurateurs, veterans from the industry, the key supplies, food professionals and consultants from across the globe.
This event would serve as an ideal opportunity to meet, discuss and explore the possibilities of over 50 leading franchise concepts with wide ranging investments.
The Indian Restaurant Congress 2014 would also felicitate the Restaurant and Food Service Brands for varied award-categories that have done exceptionally well in their respective business segments in this year. In short, the Indian Restaurant Congress 2014 would not just be a meeting ground for the industry members, but would also open up the opportunities for exploring new business ventures and expanding the existing business.
Organized at the Vivanta By Taj, Faridabad, Delhi, the conference would take place for two days, i.e., August 28-29,2014 where the meeting professionals would get to share knowledge and also learn from the vast ocean of knowledge that the speakers have to share.
The list of speakers gearing up to grace the occasion are as follows:
Speakers at the Indian Restaurant Congress 2014:
Mr. Amit Burman, Vice Chairman, Dabur India
Mr. Samir Kuckreja, President, NRAI
Ms. Rivoli Sinha, Founder & Director, Joost Juice Bars
Ms. Nita Mehta, Owner, SNAP Publishers Pvt. Ltd & Cookery Book Writer
Mr. Surjan Singh Jolly, Celebrity Chef & Director- F & B, JW Marriott, Bangalore
Mr. Kunal Kapoor, Celebrity Chef, Executive Sous Chef, Leela Kempinski
Key Takeaways from the Conference:
Identifying the growth Drivers & Business Opportunity in Restaurant sector.
Achieving Quality, Consistency and Food safety in Chain Restaurant operations.
Identifying the Growth drivers and Business opportunities in Restaurant sector.
Understanding the scope of Technology deployment in a Conventional Restaurant design.
Networking with HNIs, PE/VC and Funding Bodies.
Collaborating opportunities for Restaurant Franchisors and Franchisees.
Comparing two Business Growth Strategies – Company Owned vs. Franchise Stores.
Learning best Practices for Vendor Selection Process.
Still Wondering if you should be a part of the Indian Restaurant Congress 2014? Well then here is a look into the best moments from the last year’s event.