FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTORS ASSOCIATION
The 2024 FEDA Annual Conference returns next September with more networking and a lineup that addresses the topics most important to dealers and manufacturers.
With the industry trending upward, now is the time to reinforce the successes of the challenging last few years to keep moving forward.
Manufacturers can help prepare dealers to sell kitchen robots to operators, cementing our place in the industry as next-generation kitchens develop.
As FEDA celebrates a record-breaking year in the achievement of new tech project partners and contributors, 2024 promises to be even better thanks to two industry-changing thought leadership initiatives.
National Restaurant Association Calls for FTC to Exclude Restaurants from Junk Fees Rule
NFIB Files Brief Opposing NLRB’s New Union Policy
New State Laws Increase Regulation on PFAS Products
New EPA Air Quality Standard Would Restrict Industrial Growth
Small Business Owners Still Struggling to Find Qualified Labor
As foodservice equipment dealers navigate the post-pandemic economic landscape, there’s a growing realization that traditional financing avenues are no longer the sole answer.
As FEDA continuously develops its offerings, the association is deepening the quality of its membership services.
A website overhaul and the introduction of new newsletters and video series are just the start of how FEDA is communicating with its members and the industry.
FEDA’s 2024 educational lineup covers leadership development, supply chain and emerging technologies.
Ice-O-Matic will host the 2024 retreat with a focus on leading through economic downturns and business transformations.
Here’s what foodservice equipment distributors can expect at the upcoming National Restaurant Association Show at McCormick Place in Chicago.
New Member Q&A: Douglas Equipment
IS Restaurant Design Equipment & Supply President Passes Away
FEDA Partners with the Association for Finance Professionals on CPE Courses
Middleby Promotes Four to Brand Leadership Positions
German Bakery Technology Company Acquired by Middleby