FMI Connect 2014 drew a crowd to Chicago.
Although some retailers and wholesalers said they thought attendance was a little lighter than they expected at FMI Connect and United Fresh 2014, they were broadly and enthusiastically supportive of the return to an every-year educational conference and trade show, and also appreciated having the event in Chicago again. “I think it was a really good first step to bring the show back to Chicago,” said Kevin Davis, CEO of Bristol Farms, noting that relocating the show each year ...
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