What’s Next in Restaurant Tech?

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‘What’s Next in Restaurant Tech’ offers the chance to network with the community, demo state-of-the-art restaurant technologies and sample innovative food and beverages.

Technology promises to transform the restaurant industry. From talent management and personalization platforms to ghost kitchens and corporate catering marketplaces, startups are aiming to help restaurants improve operations and increase revenue. What does this mean for restaurants?

Join Food+Tech Connect’s (@foodtechconnect) What’s Next in Restaurant Tech on Wednesday, August 7, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the WeWork HQ (115 West 18th Street, 2nd Floor) for a deep dive into Zuul, Harri and HUNGRY’s business models and technologies. It’s your chance to network with the community, demo state-of-the-art restaurant technologies and sample innovative food and beverages.

Look forward to presentations from Zuul co-founders Corey Mancione and Sean Fitzgibbons, Harri founder Luke Fryer and HUNGRY founder Eman Pahlavani. You’ll explore cutting-edge technologies from OpenTable, The.Fit, Plate IQ, ItsaCheckmate, BentoBox among others, while enjoying tasty bites and drinks from Hella Cocktail, Element Farms, Mosaic Foods and more.

Helping innovators understand how new business, tech and investment models are transforming the food industry through their newsletter, website and events, Food+Tech Connect is the go-to community for food innovation. This event is sponsored by WeWork Food Labs, OpenTable, METRO Xcel, Brooklyn Brewery, Edible Manhattan and the James Beard Foundation.

 

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