LONDON, UK — On behalf of the coffee industry the British Coffee Association (BCA) is planning the most extensive educational seminar yet. The 30th educational seminar, taking place between Tuesday 26th March to Thursday 28th March, is intended to provide a broad educational platform for those in the coffee industry – whether a new graduate or a long-standing professional seeking to explore wider issues affecting the industry.
It aims to provide attendees with interesting and informative insight into the numerous aspects of the coffee world, whilst at the same time providing a valuable opportunity to discuss with new colleagues and the lecturer’s issues and topics particularly relevant to today.
Renowned speakers this year will cover key aspects including sustainability at origin, circularity, waste and recycling, international trade and the economy, ICE Futures, and coffee and health.
For more information on the three-day course please contact Tracy Brown at the BCA, firstname.lastname@example.org.