CFO Studio Launches Digital Event: “Sustaining Success in an Imbalanced Market”

CFO Studio Announces Their Next Event, The Food, Beverage, Flavors, Fragrances, and Ingredients Industry CFO Discussion Series entitled :"Sustaining Success in an Imbalanced Market: A Food & Beverage CFO Discussion" held digitally on 9/23/2020 at 5PM EST.

Califon, United States - September 16, 2020 /PressCable/ —

CFO Studio announces their next Discussion Series event and discussion leader. The event will be featuring CFOs from food, beverage, flavors, fragrance, and ingredients companies in a lively peer discussion on coming industry trends led by Andrew Zezas — Publisher and Host, CEO — CFO Studio.

In the COVID-19 effected economy, food and beverage buying habits have shifted, consumer demand has dramatically moved toward eat-at-home, and the future of the restaurant industry is in question.

Given these divergent trends and an uncertain future, how will companies sustain their current operating abilities, attract and retain qualified employees, and continue to manufacture, distribute, and deliver to support demand, while maintaining profits? What unidentified challenges lie ahead for CFOs that are unique to the industry? These questions and more will be answered by a digital panel through open forum discussion!

The event will be entirely digital and entitled: “Sustaining Success in an Imbalanced Market: A Food & Beverage CFO Discussion”

DATE: September 23rd, 2020 – 5pm Eastern


Reserve Your Seat Here

Discussion Leader:

Andrew Zezas — Publisher and Host, CEO — CFO Studio

Andrew Zezas conceived and founded CFO Studio to position CFOs as business and strategy thought leaders and to provide them with a beneficial platform from which to acquire and share knowledge and drive value. Through CFO Studio’s virtual and in-person events, CFOs forge peer relationships, share insights and intelligence, enhance their careers, and promote their companies.

Andrew, an award-winning and lifelong corporate real estate executive, previously founded Real Estate Strategies Corporation (“RealStrat”), and in 2015 transitioned his practice to the global real estate services company, Jones Lang LaSalle (“JLL”). Andrew serves as a Managing Director at JLL in a business development capacity, and is responsible for client relationship development and delivering strategic real estate advisory services domestically and globally, for various commercial property types, with expertise in portfolio alignment strategies, M&A real estate support, acquisition and disposition transaction services, creative lease restructure strategies, owned real estate monetization alternatives, facilities services, and more.

Contact Info:
Name: Andrew Zezas
Email: Send Email
Organization: CFO Studio
Address: PO Box 568, Califon, NJ 07830, United States
Phone: +1-201-906-8964

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88976346

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