Nearly 250 foodservice industry professionals — including men, for the first time — gathered recently in Las Vegas to learn and network during the eighth annual Executive Summit produced by the Women’s Foodservice Forum.
 The three-day development event geared toward foodservice executives focused on building what WFF president and chief executive Fritzi Woods called the three Cs: content, or knowledge; competence, or influence and diplomacy; and connections to other ...

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