Participants will have direct access and are welcome to actively participate in this exclusive research aimed at optimizing product quality and maximizing sales. Most importantly, each participant will gain insights within the context of his/her own business issues.
Georgia Tech’s Supply Chain & Logistics Institute and the IFC represent is a source of fresh thinking and powerful ideas. As such, you will be working with many of the leading food manufacturers, retailers, distributors and logistics providers in the world. The ideal candidates are responsible for protecting their brands in highly competitive marketplaces with a strong need to continually differentiate on the value and quality delivered.
The IFC advantage is best suited for organizations that are market and innovation driven. Becoming a participating member of the IFC and its cold chain pilot projects have unique market power because of the combination of information about food science, technology, quality and a deep understanding of the economics pertaining to the development, production and distribution of perishable foods that suppliers, manufacturers and consumers do not and cannot have, or do not need to have due to research and experience of the IFC.
To become a member of the IFC or to participate in the cold chain pilots contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pacitti is partner, Sterling Solutions LLC, Memphis and co-founding member, Integrated Food Chain (IFC) Center, Atlanta.