WFF leaders update members on strategies for getting ahead in business
The Women’s Foodservice Forum suggested methods to help industry members improve their careers and manage others more effectively at a Regional Connect meeting held in Atlanta last month. More than 100 members attended the meeting, which was held Sept. 22 at Coca-Cola Co.’s world headquarters. Attendees were able to ask questions, gain knowledge and test their ideas in a “safe and supportive” atmosphere. The meeting also provided an opportunity for the organization ...
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