SEMINAR: How digital disruption and the Internet of Things are already disrupting the foodservice industry today

Seminarrom 1, hall E

tidspunkt: tirsdag 7. feb 13:00

Today, there are no shortage of experts giving talks on how other industries are being disrupted by digital technology, but precious little real world application specific to the Horeca Industry itself. Gary Meehan, CEO QiCode Inc. and Graham Veal, VP Marketing Manitowoc Foodservice EMEA will present ways in which digital disruption is already underway, the impact this is having on the market and the ways in which manufacturers, the channel and end users can both be at the ready for and benefit from this unique time in history.    

Seminaret varer i 2 timer. Deltakeravgift kr 400


Gary Meehan


Gary Meehan is the CEO of QiCode. QiCode is a software company dedicated to helping manufacturers, distributors, service agencies and end users gain greater control over the activity, events and costs related to foodservice equipment—before, during and after the sale. Gary has been on the leading edge of digital disruption in the foodservice industry for almost three decades. He works with leading manufacturers, distributors and service organizations around the globe to help them better understand the potential of digital and use it to build effective strategies to optimize their business.  A true innovator and visionary, Gary’s specializes in helping to simplify concepts surrounding digital and the Internet of Things so that business leaders can make better decisions surrounding this technology and optimize it for their business. 


Graham Veal  

 Graham Veal is the VP of Marketing for Manitowoc Foodservice in EMEA. Creating breakthrough business strategies, recruiting, mentoring and developing top talent and leveraging these resources to deliver ‘game changing performance’ for B2B organizations have been the hallmarks of Graham’s success. Graham’s strengths include the ability to re-imagine the future of businesses, industries and categories; redefine what value means to customers and rethink how organizations must change to become # 1 in their served markets. Graham’s career includes two MBOs (led one), several M&A’s and a life spent ‘’working for the world’’ creating global brands and Industry-leading distribution channels, for manufacturers in utilities, automotive and foodservice (equipment). For the past 20 years Graham has been an active participant in the European Foodservice Industry. 










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