When IBIE 2007 convenes in Orlando, Fla., Oct. 7-10, the baking industry’s largest trade event will offer its most comprehensive educational conference to date. The augmented seminar program is divided into three tracks, which offer the expertise of two highly-regarded educational organizations to tailor education for baking professionals.
The American Institute of Baking (AIB), Manhattan, Kan., will conduct expert-led seminars in the areas of baking technology and food safety & security. In-depth and timely, the topics covered in these two tracks will address the specific issues that are making headlines and changing how the
“One of the hottest topics today is food safety and security,” said Kirk O’Donnell, AIB’s vice president of education. “Since 9/11, the risk of possible intentional contamination of the food supply has been in the news, and IBIE’s food safety and security track addresses practical and responsible ways to proactively manage the increased risk.”
Teaming up with AIB is the world-famous Disney Institute, a recognized leader in experiential training and leadership development for business professionals across the globe. For IBIE 2007, the Disney Institute has collaborated with the American Bakers Association (ABA) to create a series of custom sessions based on Disney’s core philosophies on management, leadership and loyalty. The sessions, which make up the conference’s business management track, will explore case study successes and provide simple strategies to help baking industry professionals adapt those successes to their businesses.
For complete information on seminar descriptions, pricing and registration, visit www.IBIE2007.com.