The program is designed for senior-level leaders in vending, coffee and food services who are key decision-makers in areas of finance, marketing, operations and human resource management. It is taught by a group of MSU faculty, along with speakers who are in the industry.
Joann DeNardis, NAMA's director of education and certification, emphasized that while the program is in its 13th year, the curriculum is reviewed regularly to ensure it reflects changes in the industry.
NAMA is extending an early bird rate of $2,975 to its members through June 30. This includes a daily continental breakfast and lunch, along with two dinners and a graduation ceremony at the program's conclusion.