School Nutrition Association - Child Nutrition Industry Conference 2018

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Join us for a high-level meeting experience and three days of unparalleled learning for school nutrition operators and industry partners. Whether you’re new to the School Nutrition Industry Conference (SNIC) or a seasoned attendee, next year’s conference promises to provide you with a fresh new perspective, innovative ideas and tangible solutions to key challenges in school nutrition. The SNIC 2018 schedule will include: General Sessions featuring cutting-edge and motivating speakers to help you fine-tune your leadership and team building skills. A host of learning labs with school foodservice leaders and key stakeholders that will cover the latest topics and best practices in the profession. You can expect: A major focus on procurement training to help clarify and enhance your procurement processes, such as: Procurement ethics Writing effective bids and specifications Procurement and the administrative review Best practices for GPOs and Co-ops The best free and bargain apps, technologies and online resources to help you become more organized and efficient at work. Marketing ideas and trends research that you can apply directly to your program or organization. SNIC’s Innovative Solution Sessions will be back again in 2018! These popular sessions encourage face-to-face discussion time among industry representatives and operators, to exchange ideas, discuss new products, solutions and innovations. By attending SNIC 2018, you’ll be connected to the most up-to-date developments in K-12 foodservice. SNIC is a unique opportunity to network with peers, allowing you to benchmark your current practices, share strategies for success and develop innovative ideas you can apply immediately in the workplace. Join hundreds of your school nutrition colleagues for this one-of-a-kind conference in exciting New Orleans! For more information, email us at

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