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Global Coffee Sustainability Conference is coming to Belo Horizonte, Brazil

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Organized by the Global Coffee Platform, the Global Coffee Sustainability Conference – one of the most important coffee events of the year – will take place this year from 8th to 10th November 2018 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

The event takes place in Belo Horizonte – capital of the largest coffee producing state in Brazil, during the renowned International Coffee Week.

The #GCSC18 gathers sustainability leaders and changemakers from every corner of the coffee sector to regroup, take stock, exchange, and continue to collectively act on local priorities.

The event will provide:

  • A clear sector agenda to guide their sustainability investments and activities
  • Concrete opportunities to develop or join local action initiatives
  • Insight into the trends and best practices of coffee sustainability and investments
  • Dedicated meeting time to strengthen existing or establish new business partners

According to Annette Pensel, GCP Executive Director, “the GCSC 2018, similar to the GCP, plays a crucial role for everybody involved in the coffee sector. It provides a neutral innovative platform where all kinds of companies, governments, and organizations can align their activities and resources behind a shared agenda, collectively act on locally determined priorities, and continuously improve and scale their sustainability performance.”

About The Global Coffee Platform

The Global Coffee Platform is an inclusive multi-stakeholder sustainability platform aligning the activities of a diverse network of stakeholders to set into action the global commitments made through Vision 2020 and create a thriving and sustainable coffee sector.

Combining the expansive membership of the 4C Association with the pre-competitive activities of the Sustainable Coffee Program, the Global Coffee Platform marks a new era of sustainability for the coffee sector.

The Global Coffee Platform (GCP) works by a bottom up approach, uniting both public and private sector actors to create a common vision on the most critical sustainability challenges at a producing country level and feeding these national priorities into a global agenda.

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