Donat Miss a Minute of VIBEas Interactive Sessions

The chill of winter is upon us, but its spring 2013 in the minds of the VIBE Conference team as we lock down our power-packed program of speakers and workshops. Delivering a program of this caliber takes analysis feedback, careful attention to current trends and challenges and outreach to the top industry experts, influencers and innovators. We strive to ensure the information, data and ideas you obtain while at VIBE are meaningful and actionable – and also unique to VIBE attendees.

This year VIBE 2013 – taking place March 20-21 in Las Vegas – will feature three extraordinary keynote presentations, twelve different workshops and infinite networking opportunities in one of the world’s most exciting cities. Each session focuses on a topic of relevance to high volume on-premise executives and suppliers on marketing, consumer and beverage trends, and a variety of topics on Wine, Beer, Spirits, and Alcohol-free beverages.  Sessions include workshops, keynotes, panel presentations, tastings, trends and cutting edge research, all with the latest information. 

Highlights Include:

Purpose Inspired Growth and Leadership By: Ray Spence, GSD&M
Staying Relevant in Turbulent Times By: Joseph Tripodi, Coca-Cola
Trends in Adult Beverage: on-premise in Focus By: Donna Hood Crecca and Dave Henkes, Technomic, Inc.
Building Sales By Targeting Key Customer Group By: Warren Solochek, The NPD Group, Inc.
Crafting Great Draft Lists By: Nicole Erny, Cicerone Certification Program
The Starbucks Experience – 5 Principles for Turning Ordinary into Extraordinary By: Joseph Michelli, Consultant & Author

For more details on the workshops and the entire VIBE Conference program visit: Stay tuned to the site and to this newsletter for VIBE Conference information and updates on the presenters and invaluable information and networking available to you only at VIBE 2013.

To Register for the VIBE Conference Program Click HERE.


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