Self Disruption: A Path to Future Competitiveness and Profitability
During a meeting of the FMI Independent Operator Committee a presentation was given on how the retail competitive landscape continues to evolve at an increasing pace with no slowdown projected through 2025. The Committee will continue to address the ongoing scale of retail disruption coupled with the key enablers, which drive real and profitable growth going forward.
The Midwinter Executive Conference is FMI's signature, invitation-only annual gathering that attracts more than 1,000 senior-level executives in the food retail marketplace. It is a prestigious member-only event offering an opportunity for a diverse group of top industry leaders, including retailers, wholesalers, independent operators, suppliers and manufacturers, to converge and gain insights relevant to the success of their businesses. Supplier partners quality for at least 2, and up to an unlimited amount of invitations, depending on their level of membership.
FMI's Future Leader's eXperience is the industry's premier online leadership training program for retailers, wholesalers, and suppliers, designed to bridge the gap between your company's present and future success.
The Financial Executive and Internal Audit Conference is design and developed by your peers. This year's conference promises to deliver a robust education and networking program that meets your professional and educational needs.
Sunday, September 8 - Thursday, September 12, 2024
| Grapevine, TX
Exclusive to FMI members, the FMI Annual Business Conference (ABC) offers joint business planning opportunities to discuss your growth strategies, consumer insights, pricing and promotional plans, new product introductions, and omni-channel supply chain performance enhancements. New to ABC, we now offer an open-environment tabletop option for FMI nonfood members with product categories covering general merchandise, household, health and beauty care.
Monday, September 23 (7:59pm) - Wednesday, September 25, 2024 (12am US/Eastern)
| Baltimore, MD
Vice presidents, directors and managers in energy, refrigeration, store development and sustainability gather to learn from the best in the food retail industry about energy efficiency and conservation, as well as store design and merchandising.
FMI hosts multiple events to link non-competitors in share groups across the country. These groups allow food retail professionals in similar subject areas to convene in specialized forums and engage in issue-specific dialogue.