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Geotech and Lease1 leads panel discussion on growth strategies post-COVID

The panel discussion is on 30 October.

With a focus on growth in a post-COVID world QSRs should be ready to reassess their network planning and growth strategies as new trends emerge.

To talk more about this, Jeff Vassel, Global Business Development Manager at Geotech Information Services and Beshara Dafesh, General Manager of Leasing at Lease1 will be holding a panel at the upcoming QSR Media Australia Conference & Awards powered by Red Bull.

The event, which serves as an annual gathering of top QSR leaders, vendors, suppliers, and industry professionals, will feature various speaking sessions aimed at sharing insights into the latest trends in the QSR industry.

From advances in delivery to the emergence of virtual brands, many QSR brands have reassessed their strategies to include new emerging trends that surfaced in a post-pandemic world.

Listen to the two at the Sponsor’s Stage starting at 11 AM at the QSR Media Australia Conference & Awards powered by Red Bull on 30 October at Sofitel Sydney Wentworth in Sydney, Australia.

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