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Here is what’s happening at #ExpoWeekend, from April 30th to May 2nd

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MILAN – This digital #ExpoSeason is going to kick off with a four-day online event happening Thursday, April 30th – Sunday, May 3rd: the event is called # ExpoWeekend, since it will come the weekend after the originally scheduled Portland dates, and feature key components of any expo weekend: learning and parties!

Thursday through Saturday will have 15 different Lectures featuring speakers from the Portland Lectures track and introductory looks at upcoming SCA Workshops.

On Sunday, the Barista Guild will be presenting a day of fun and community, including international coffee DJs for you to get your digital dance on, and community-led rooms with other activities for socializing and relaxing.

# ExpoWeekend: Thursday, April 30th – Saturday, May 2nd:

  • 15 free lectures total, 11:00am – 7:00pm EDT.
  • 5 different hour-long community lectures per-day, with speakers from the original Expo lectures track.

Registration is open now for all lectures. Browse through and sign up to get reminder emails before each lecture.

Thursday, April 30th

  • Seed to Cup is a Lie, and Other Lessons from the SCA’s Price Crisis Response Initiative – Part 1
    11:00 AM EDT
  • Value-Mapping the Delivered Price of Green Coffee: An Exercise in Price
    1:00 PM EDT
  • Competing Online in a Quickly Changing World
    3:00 PM EDT
  • The Proposed Version of the Coffee Brewing Control Chart
    5:00 PM EDT
  • A Sustainable Coffee Buyer’s Guide
    7:00 PM EDT

Friday, May 1st

  • Seed to Cup is a Lie, and Other Lessons from the SCA’s Price Crisis Response Initiative – Part 2
    11:00 AM EDT
  • The Real Deal: The Search for Authenticity in Food and Coffee
    1:00 PM EDT
  • Investigating Consumer Preferences for Black Coffee
    3:00 PM EDT
  • Ensuring Economic Viability and Sustainability of Coffee Production
    5:00 PM EDT
  • Trouble Brewing: Climate Change, Labor Migration, and Implications for
    7:00 PM EDT

Saturday, May 2nd

  • The Challenge Ahead: The Role of R&D in Preserving Origin Diversity
    11:00 AM EDT
  • Systematically Improving Espresso: Math and Experiment
    1:00 PM EDT
  • Building Domestic Consumption: Learning from Successful Global Models
    3:00 PM EDT
  • Café de Costa Rica: Innovating in Technology to Improve the Livelihood of Our Coffee Sector
    5:00 PM EDT
  • The Impact of Post Brew Holding Time on the Sensory Quality of Drip Brew Coffee
    7:00 PM EDT

To find out more: https://exposeason.coffeeevents.net/


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