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Fast Food & Café Convention – What to Expect at India’s First and Only QSR & Café Focused Event

January 19, 2018 |by georgemohan | 0 Comments | blog, business | , , , , , , ,

The QSR &amp; Café industry in India is all set for the debut of what will be the first ever conference specifically organized for this industry. The Fast Food &amp; Café Convention will be held on the 29<sup>th</sup> of November 2017, at The Lalit, New Delhi.

There is a changing dynamic in the fast food industry in India, as it responds to the discerning consumer and his tastes. In the two decades since the first QSR entered India, the industry has seen continuous growth and a momentum that has given operators the confidence of a promising future.

This event presents an exciting opportunity for those in the fast food and café industry to converge, share ideas, thoughts and inspiration. The conference will map the landscape of consumer trends, from what’s new and hot, to what’s on the way out. It will explore what needs to be on the radar of operators to best prepare for future success. Here, attendees will get access to unique sessions, leader-speak and roundtables, aimed at addressing the concerns, opportunities and best practices of this growing industry.

Oddbox, a creative Events and Marketing firm founded in 2012, is organizing this event. Originally Insignis – now Oddbox. The company has conceptualised, executed and marketed multiple high quality, innovative &amp; dynamic events. In addition to events – they specialise in creating cutting edge marketing collateral and executing successful brand strategy and product launches.

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January 12, 2018 |by georgemohan | 0 Comments | blog | , , , , , , ,

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