Join SHFM today and start your journey connecting to the most influential experts in Workplace Amenities and Foodservice. Our members are leaders in Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies from across the country. Members represent all facets of the industry including companies that are household names, all the major foodservice contract management companies, and the suppliers to this prominent and unique segment of the industry.
How do you fit into our membership?
Young Professional Dues $125/year (39 or younger, proof of age required)
What type of operator are you? See the definitions in the boxes below to find out.
This category is defined as an individual who works directly for the owner company and oversees either the self-operation of or contracted management of services including food, conference, fitness and other workplace amenities.
This category is defined as an individual whose company is contracted by the owner company to manage outsourced contract services including food, conference, fitness and other workplace amenities, but who's company does not directly provide or self-manage any of those services. (3rd party contract and contractor oversight only)
This category is defined as an individual whose company is contracted by either an owner company or IFM company to directly or indirectly manage food, conference, fitness or other workplace amenity services.
*Are you a new SHFM Client Liaison, Self-Operator or Integrated Facility Manager? SHFM would like to offer you a $245 membership fee for your first year of membership. Contact Tony Butler firstname.lastname@example.org or Natalie Dedas at email@example.com to learn more about this program, as well as other discount programs.
Young Professional Dues $125/year
(39 or younger, proof of age required)
A supplier is defined as an industry supplier of Equipment, Food, Beverage, Technology or other goods, as well as a to the industry Consultant or a member of the Media.
This category is defined as an individual who is an accredited faculty member teaching the Hospitality and Foodservice curriculum on a full-time basis at an accredited academic institution.
A student enrolled in a Managed Services, Hospitality or Culinary program.
This category is defined as an individual who is retired from the Workplace Amenities and Foodservice industry. This individual must be completely retired from the industry to qualify for this membership.
Special Membership Incentives
New Client Liaison, Self-Operator and Integrated Facility Manager Program
Are you a new SHFM Client Liaison, Self-Operator or Integrated Facility Manager? SHFM would like to offer you a $245 membership fee for your first year of membership. Contact Tony Butler firstname.lastname@example.org or Natalie Dedas at email@example.com to learn more.
Corporate Membership Program
Designed for our Client Liaison and Self-Operator members, this program offers four Client Liaisons or Self-Operators to join for only $900, saving $1000 when compared to individual membership fees at $475 each. If your company currently has two members, add the conference center, fitness center or another manager for nearly the same total membership dues.
Want to add on more than four members? Any additional member beyond the first four will pay only $200 each, still a great incentive from the full $475 membership fee. To apply for this program, contact Tony Butler firstname.lastname@example.org or Natalie Dedas at email@example.com.
Diversity Business Enterprise Program
In a continued commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion the Society for Hospitality and Foodservice Management (SHFM) provides a Diversity Business Enterprise Program for Supplier Members.
Certified Women Business Enterprises, Minority Business Enterprises and Disabled Business Enterprises will be eligible for a 35 percent incentive on annual SHFM Supplier membership fees.
Normal Supplier Membership: $675
Diversity Business Enterprise Membership: $445
The Diversity Business Enterprise incentive program is available by contacting SHFM Headquarters at 502-574-9931 or contact Tony Butler firstname.lastname@example.org or Natalie Dedas at email@example.com to learn more. Enterprises applying for this discount will need to submit documentation of their company’s enterprise status.
Faculty Member Discount Program
SHFM will provide a 50 percent incentive to faculty members from qualified institutions ($237.50 per year). This incentive is limited to two faculty members per qualified institution. Contact Tony Butler firstname.lastname@example.org or Natalie Dedas at email@example.com to learn more.
SHFM has all of the expected benefits of a professional association (see our list below), plus the often-touted benefit of networking. But what does networking really mean? For SHFM, it means connecting with industry leaders and peers to build a one-of-a-kind professional network that will serve you today and well into the future. Your SHFM network will allow you to pick up the phone and call a peer with a question and to receive an immediate response. Looking for a resource? Tap your SHFM network for resource leads and connections. Whatever you need professionally, your SHFM network will have an answer.
Our Membership Benefits Include:
- The intangible benefit of building a professional network
- New Member Digital Passport to get to know SHFM
- National Conference Registration ($200 Member savings)
- Critical Issues Conference Registration ($130 Member savings)
- Local Networking Events Registration (variable Member savings)
- Free access to all SHFM Original Research
- Hospitality and Benchmarking Study
- Conference Center Study
- Our online Career Center
- Young Professional Rising Star Scholarship Program
- Julie Flik Rising Star Continuation Scholarship Program
- SHFM Foundation Programs - Student Programming at the National Conference, Scholarships to Attend SHFM Events, Course Funding Award, Internships and Networking Events
- Availability of SHFM Member Mailing List for Purchase
- Our monthly e-newsletters
- Food & Hospitality At Work
- Presidents Quarterly
- Our online membership directory