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ASB BakingTech 2014 - Chicago, IL

ASB BakingTech 2014 - Chicago, IL

Gary Seiffer, Bakery Business Development Manager at Baker Perkins Inc, discussed how to attract and keep talented people in the baking industry at BakingTech 2014.

His presentation and case study - HR Crisis: Worker Shortage During the Next Decade - was held on Tuesday, March 4, 11:05am -11:45am, alongside Peter Rasmussen of Bimbo Bakeries, USA.

ASB's BakingTech 2014 was held at the Marriott Downtown Chicago Magnificent Mile in Chicago, IL, March 2 - 4, 2014, with the MarketPlace taking place all three days of the conference. Exhibitors included a wide array of companies with the latest in products and services in the grain-based food industry.

Full detail of the BakingTech 2014 schedule of events can be found at http://www.asbe.org/bakingtech/bakingtech-2014/bakingtech-2014-schedule-of-events/

Gary's bio can be found at http://www.asbe.org/bakingtech/bakingtech-2014/bakingtech-2014-presenters1/


Gary Seiffer, Bakery Business Development Manager, Baker Perkins Inc

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