The Food Marketing Institute's Annual Business Conference provides a tremendous opportunity for suppliers to interact with their distributor trading partners. Within this program, participants can communicate strategies, goals, and operational concerns in an effort to achieve greater efficiency and profitability. As the needs of consumers change and competition intensifies, increased dialogue between wholesalers/retailers and suppliers is critical to meeting today's business challenge. The communication established between wholesaler/retailer executives and their supplier counterparts produces mutual benefits throughout the year.
BUSINESS CONFERENCE SUITES: Distributor and Supplier Senior Executives, including CEOs and their senior staffs, with responsibilities for overall corporate goal-setting, business development and strategic alliances.
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Please notify registrar by February 12th, in writing, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 202-220-0830. A refund, minus a $75 processing fee, is granted when a cancellation is received prior to February 12, 2010. All registrations received after February 12, 2010 are non-refundable.
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General Hotel Information:
Please use the online link or contact Hilton reservations at (800) 445-8667 to reserve your accommodations for this event. A block of rooms has been reserved until <B>February 5, 2010</B>. Be sure to identify yourself as an attendee of the Food Marketing Institute Annual Business Conference <B>(GROUP CODE: FMA)</B> to receive the special conference rate of $195 single/double per night.
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