GuckenheimerAfter a major acquisition, Guckenheimer moves forward with a focus on integrity and supporting its own employees and those of its clients’.

By the Editors of Supply Chain World 

Guckenheimer was founded on the basis of good taste, service and innovation, or as the company says, “where smart meets delicious.” The company was founded in 1963, when Stanford medical student Stewart Ritchie started selling artisan sandwiches at the Stanford Medical School courtyard. His girlfriend (and later wife), Jeanie, helped him with the business in between her Stanford Nursing School studies. By 1967, the operation had its first corporate dining location at Hewlett-Packard, and Jeanie was general manager. 

Wyndham Hotels and ResortsWyndham Hotels & Resorts begins a new chapter while maintaining the high quality of its procurement, design and construction processes.

By Jim Harris, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Tad Wampfler’s first three months as senior vice president of global design, sourcing and construction for Wyndham Hotels & Resorts were extremely eventful. Since Wampfler joined Wyndham Worldwide in March, the company spun off its hotel business, creating Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, the world’s largest hotel franchise company, and Wyndham Destinations, the world’s largest vacation ownership and exchange company. 

“As part of Wyndham Worldwide, our business encompassed multiple segments of the hospitality industry, including timeshare and vacation rentals,” says Wampfler. “As Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, we are embracing this new opportunity to approach our mission as a pure-play hotel franchise company.”


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