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British Coffee Association hosts the 29th Industry Educational Seminar

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LONDON, UK – Between 4 – 6th April 2017 the British Coffee Association (BCA) will be hosting the 29th industry educational seminar at the M by Montcalm Tech City – Shoreditch, London. The three-day industry seminar is a journey through the coffee industry from seed all the way through to cup, it covers all facets of the coffee industry.

The educational seminar is the coffee industry’s yearly educational and thought leadership platform and provides participants from all over Europe with both interesting and informative insights into the numerous aspects of the industry, whilst at the same time providing a valuable opportunity to discuss with new colleagues and the seminar speakers the issues and topics that are particularly relevant to today.

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Speakers at this year’s educational seminar include:

  • Niels Haak – Conservation International, covering coffee sustainability in origin
  • Gavin Ellis – Hubbub, covering innovation in the UK coffee industry through waste management and recycling
  • Dr Sarah Jarvis – General Practitioner, covering coffee, caffeine and health

Chris Stemman, Executive Director of the BCA said, “We are delighted to be welcoming over 15 speakers from across the industry at this year’s industry seminar. The seminar is a great thought leadership platform for attendees from across the industry to learn about the latest developments, innovations, and issues facing the industry.

It also encourages closer collaboration and relationship-building for the industry, which is important as we work ever more closely in overcoming the key issues and ensuring the coffee industry continues to thrive.”