DALLAS — Attendees at Food Marketing Institute's first-ever Future Connect leadership development conference here last week seemed to appreciate the new forum for education and the exchange of ideas, based on interviews conducted by SN at the event.
“I just found it a fabulous opportunity to invest in our people,” David Dillon, chairman and chief executive officer, Kroger Co., told SN.
Cincinnati-based Kroger was the second-largest attendee at the event, with 145 employees, second only to ...
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