Restaurants can find chance to lead by cultivating diversity

Restaurants can find chance to lead by cultivating diversity

This is part of “State of the Industry: Diversity,” a special report brought to you by Nation’s Restaurant News in partnership with business intelligence firm TDn2K and diversity advocate Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance.

Karim Webb, a three-unit Buffalo Wild Wings franchisee in the Los Angeles area, has captured some of the chain’s top sales awards demonstrating the benefits of diversity in hiring and promotions.

Webb, the 40-year-old owner of the Los Angeles-based PCF Restaurant Management LLC, opened his first Buffalo Wild Wings unit in 2009, early in the Minneapolis-based company’s growth in California, and set about developing minority business leaders in his restaurants.
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