Centerplate Inc. is focusing on local food, smart data analysis, and adapting to how Millennials prefer to receive information as it grows its business. Des Hague, chief executive of the foodservice and hospitality company, discussed how Centerplate is harnessing these trends to improve menus and operations at its 360 onsite accounts, which include San Francisco’s AT&T Park, the Colorado Convention Center and Saks Fifth Avenue department stores. “A couple years ago, people ...

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