North American Foodservice Trends 2016 Webinar Mintel’s Foodservice Director, Paul Pendola, will guide attendees through consumer and menu trends shaping the foodservice industry in 2016. This session will be packed with exclusive consumer data from Mintel and backed by real-world foodservice examples. This presentation will provide insights on how today’s restaurant consumer thinks, feels and acts; giving you actionable and relevant takeaways and a better understanding of what 2016 has in store for operators along with the manufacturers, distributors, trade associations and agencies serving the industry. Join Mintel on Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016 to learn more about the trends set to impact the North American foodservice industry in 2016. Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016 2pm CT/3pm ET 45 min + 15 min for Q+A CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Attend this webinar to understand: What are the top ten foodservice trends for 2016? What does the 5-year market size and forecast look like for both limited service restaurants and full service restaurants? Are consumers planning to spend more or less at restaurants in 2016, and what specific consumer demographic groups are expected to lead and/or lag restaurant spend in 2016? What broad consumer trends are having the biggest impact on the foodservice industry more specifically? What are some digital campaigns and email communications influencing the restaurant consumer decision making process (featuring Mintel’s e-Performance capabilities)? Mintel Presenter: Paul PendolaFoodservice Director Paul has over three decades of international foodservice experience. As an industry thought leader, Pendola is a frequent author and is regularly sourced across industry trade publications, major print and online media and radio in both the USA and Europe. You might also be interested in: North American Food + Drink Trends Webinar 2016From the comprehensive list of 12 trends, five key trends were chosen for their immediate relevance for the North American food and drink industry in the coming year. Trends 2025: Beauty & Personal Care WebinarConsumer interactions with beauty can be extraordinary, fragile and complex. Over the next ten years how consumers shop, interact and think will affect this dynamic relationship, and the beauty industry must adapt to stay ahead. North America Consumer Trends 2016 WebinarListen to the previously recorded webinar with Trends experts Stacy Glasgow & Jenny Zegler.