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Fees

Operator:
An individual who works for a restaurant or noncommercial foodservice operation (i.e., healthcare, C/U, military).  

Registration fees are complimentary for those who have received an invitation, thanks to the support of our sponsors. Please contact Mark Hatch at mhatch@winsightmedia.com for more information.

Sponsor:
An individual who works for a company that is a sponsor of the conference. Please register using your company specific invitation code.

If you are not yet a sponsor and would like additional information, please contact Brandy Mulcahy at bmulcahy@winsightmedia.com.

Other:
The "Other" registration type is used for non-sponsoring industry suppliers, service providers and consultants. A registration fee is required to attend the conference and it will be charged during the registration process. Please contact Brandy Mulcahy at bmulcahy@winsightmedia.com for more information on registration fees.

40+Speakers
400+Attendees

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