NDCP is a huge asset for DD franchise owners, as are the co-ops owned by franchisees in other brands. How do they compare? Are they equally transparent, well-financed and efficient? Which delivers the better value for its members? How do they do it? What can Dunkin’ owners of NDCP do to deliver even more value on these and other key metrics for your business?
A visiting expert will be presenting these topics and more on procurement and distribution co-ops in the franchised world at the 2018 DDIFO National Convention in New Orleans. Come to hear Sarah A. Walters, an internationally renowned attorney with the Dallas-based firm of Foley Gardere will be sharing her insights. Attorney Walters hast vast, worldwide experience in the fields of supply chains, procurement and distribution co-ops, so be sure to bring your questions!
Attorney Sarah A. Walters, a member of the corporate team at Foley & Lardner LLP, counsels national and global clients on a broad spectrum of commercial transactions, including supply chain management, transportation, technology, licensing and business process outsourcing. She also assists franchise companies in establishing non-traditional franchise programs and advises on franchisor/franchisee relationship matters, franchise workouts and resale programs and dispute resolution. Sarah’s international experience as a franchise attorney includes Bahrain, Brazil, Canada, the Caribbean Islands, Chile, China, Denmark, Egypt, England, France, Iceland, India, Kuwait, Mexico, Oman, Poland, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia and South Korea.
Register Today and Plan to Bring Your NDCP Questions for Sarah!