FEDA: A Year in Review and Moving Forward

As one year ends and another begins, it is always important to look back on what was accomplished and what you hope to accomplish in the coming year.

FEDA had a successful 2017 in many ways – member retention rate remained strong (and more and more people are interested in joining this association), they ended the year with a surplus by successfully controlling expenses and expanding areas of revenue, and the means by which FEDA responds to the foodservice industry’s challenges has evolved and grown.

Because of this success, FEDA is able to put resources towards a number of new programs in 2018. They have created a new strategic procedure that improves how they promote distributors, and have plans to encourage and expand member engagement. In addition, FEDA will also begin offering online education lessons on foodservice equipment distribution mid-year.

 

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