Membership Information & Applications
BECOME A MEMBER
Foodservice Consultants Society International (FCSI) is the vital link between the many professionals working in the foodservice industry. Specialists like you – practitioners in layout and design, planning, research, training, technology, operations and management. FCSI can help you advance your career, provide you all-important professional recognition and supply numerous networking opportunities with colleagues.
FCSI is the only such consulting society in the world, with over 1,000 members in more than 35 countries worldwide. FCSI is a strong and active association dedicated to serving the needs of professional foodservice consultants.
To promote professionalism in foodservice and hospitality consulting while returning maximum benefits to all members.
TYPES OF MEMBERSHIPS
FCSI offers several membership options. Click the links below to learn more about which membership option is right for you.
Consultant Members are independent professional advisors who, for a defined scope of work and related fee, work as an advocate for their client in achieving their goals through the design and implementation of foodservice facilities and/or operations/management systems.
Corporate members are companies that are involved in the manufacturing or supply of products and services specific to the commercial foodservice and hospitality industry.
Individuals involved in the operation, management or provision of professional services to, or education relating to the management of, foodservice and hospitality facilities.
Open to students attending an accredited institution of higher learning and currently enrolled in a culinary, foodservice or hospitality related course of study on a full time basis.
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- Promote client usage of services provided by members.
- Foster growth worldwide.
- Establish and maintain communication with client-based associations.
- Encourage the free exchange of ideas between members.
- Maintain fiscal health of the Society.
- Promote ethical industry practices.
- Disseminate information useful or interesting to members.
- Help members manage and promote their business.
- Promote industry awareness of services provided by members.
- Establish accreditation programs.
- Ensure the future supply of qualified consultants.
- Maintain a relationship with other industry groups.
- Maintain a relationship with institutions of higher learning.
- Promote social responsibility in the foodservice industry.
- Recognize members’ professional achievements.
Continuing Education Opportunities
Trade show participation
Committees/Task Force Participation
Experts Network (Speakers, Media, Industry Resource)
Subscription to Society Publications
RIGHTS & PRIVILEGES
|MEMBER TYPE||May use the FCSI logo on business documents
(must be identified only with the individual who holds the membership, not the firm)
|May use the designation “FCSI” after their name||May use the FCSI Professional Seal bearing their name and member number||May vote on Society issues requiring a membership vote||May serve as a Trustee on the FCSI The Americas Board||May serve as an Executive Officer or the FCSI The Americas Board||May serve on the FCSI Worldwide Board|
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