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Coffee Outlook is back in Ho Chi Mihn City, from 3 – 5 December 2019

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MILAN – The 25th Coffee Outlook is back in Vietnam, this time as part of a wider Coffee Week to address the pressing sustainable, commercial and market issues confronting the industry. Furthermore, as technology reshapes how we operate across the value chain, the conference will draw upon global case studies to learn from and adopt. The event takes place from 3 – 5 December 2019 at The Reverie Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. New features, new content and new networking opportunities will underline this 25th edition.

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Coffee 360 is co located with the 25th Coffee Outlook, this pioneering industry forum will put the spotlight on Processing, Product Innovation and Retailing for the Instant Coffee market.

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The Coffee Dinner, 4 December

Open to all industry professionals and not limited to conference participants. A terrific opportunity to network with local and international attendees. Separate registration is required.

Date: 4 Dec 2019
Time: 6.30pm
Venue: The Rooftop B.B.Q
Address: 39 Le Duan Street, MPlaza Building, 2nd Floor, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Tel: +84 93 791 3032
Registration fee: US$35nett per pax

New in the 25th Edition of Coffee Outlook:

  • The Global position on Coffee – price, supply and consumption
  • Consumer preferences and retail trends impacting the end product
  • The latest in Vietnam Government’s policy for Coffee
  • Vietnam’s green bean buyers – a road show of market developments, risk and opportunities
  • Projecting he global demand for certified sustainable coffee
  • Coffee and the UN SDG – a strategic approach to industry sustainability
  • Climate smart agriculture for Coffee plantations
  • Smart water management and supply security
  • Farmer support – Strategies for grower incentives and long-term sustainability
  • Smallholder engagement and how to best collaborate with the growers
  • Partnerships and business models available to promote sustainable coffee development
  • Boosting production of certified and traceable coffee
  • ICT in the Coffee farm and supply chain
  • Cultivating the domestic consumption market in Vietnam
  • Direct trade and the impact of technology on coffee procurement
  • End of day roundtables on pricing, risk, projections and impact of funds