Fazoli’s former CEO Carl Howard, Native Meals CEO Carin Stutz and Blaine Hurst, former Panera Bread CEO, make up the inaugural class of the Quick Informal Corridor of Fame and will likely be honored on the annual Quick Informal Govt Summit.
For over 20 years, quick informal ideas have been on the forefront of innovation within the restaurant business, proving to be trendsetters in retailer design, menu improvement, buyer expertise and restaurant expertise.
That will not be potential, nonetheless, with out the blood, sweat and tears of the women and men main these manufacturers. They’re the very motive we have created The Quick Informal Corridor of Fame — to honor people, who via their imaginative and prescient and management, have pushed not solely the success of their manufacturers however of the quick informal phase as a complete.
This 12 months’s honorees — former Fazoli’s CEO Carl Howard, former Panera CEO Blaine Hurst and Native Meals CEO Carin Stutz — will be a part of us for an awards ceremony, sponsored by Botrista Expertise, through the annual Quick Informal Govt Summit, Oct. Sep 11, in Indianapolis, to obtain their awards and deal with the attendees. They will talk about what led them to their positions, how the business has formed them and what’s coming subsequent.
Be a part of us on the summit (register right here) to fulfill the inductees and to study why Howard, Hurst and Stutz had been chosen as the primary class of Quick Informal Corridor of Fame honorees.
To learn extra concerning the inductees, click on right here.