When it comes to predicting the next big thing in event F&B, planners nor suppliers have a crystal ball, especially following two years in a pandemic.
With supply chain challenges, staffing shortages, a plant-based movement and rising food costs, there's a lot of uncertainty about what will happen next. Despite all that, there's still a lot of exciting things happening in event catering.
Join Meetings Today and meetings F&B expert Tracy Stuckrath for this free one-hour webinar to get an inside scoop on what food and beverage trends are being served and eaten at events around the world.
By participating in this webinar, you will learn the following:
- Discover what food and beverage is trending six months into the year.
- Uncover ways to incorporate the trends into your own event menus.
- Gather insight into how the trends will reshape the future of event catering.
Earn CEUs: The Events Industry Council has reviewed the learning objectives of this activity and has indicated that attendees will receive 1 CE hours in the Meeting or Event Design Domain of the CMP or CMP-HC Standards.
Food Inclusion Expert. Food Safety Trainer. Certified Meetings Manager. As founder of thrive! meetings & events and host of the Eating at a Meeting podcast, Tracy Stuckrath, CMM, CSEP, works with organizations worldwide—in-person and virtually—to create safe, sustainable, and inclusive F&B events that deliver experiences where everyone feels valued.
Twenty years into planning events and six years after being diagnosed with a food allergy, she changed the trajectory of her career in 2009. Bringing her passion for food and beverage, expertise through research and analysis, and real-world strategies, Tracy helps clients worldwide establish best practices, mitigate risk, improve experiences and increase profit with the food and beverage they serve.
She has co-authored two books, published over 100 articles and has recognized as a meetings and event industry leader, including Top 25 Women in the Meetings Industry and a Top 500 Event Professionals in North America.