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Latest supply chain issues impacting the restaurant industry to be discussed in new webinar

Discover how your restaurant brand can navigate supply chain disruptions on April 4.

From menu changes to increased cost of goods, challenges pertaining to the supply chain crisis remain one of the biggest issues for the QSR and fast casual restaurant industry this year, forcing many chains to transform how they operate and seek technologies to mitigate pressures.

Discover how your restaurant brand can navigate supply chain disruptions in our upcoming webinar, happening on April 4.

Speakers and panelists include Subway ANZ operations director Chris Churchmichael, Euromonitor International senior consultant (Food & Nutrition) Emil Fazira—who will discuss ​​emerging types of business models and its supply chain implications—and Fourth general manager for APAC Paul Tregoning.

The event is open to all restaurant executives.

Register for the Supply Chain Under Pressure: Key Developments, Navigating Disruptions by clicking here.

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