How new generations are redefining value for the specialty industry

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  1. Coffee Studies aims to push the specialty coffee industry forward by debating the pressing issues faced by stakeholders across the supply chain. This year’s programme spotlights the new generation of speciality coffee businesses - from tech disruptors to producer-exporter groups. It investigates pioneering, innovative operating models and it unpacks emerging trends. All designed to explore the tension between classical definitions of specialty and new definitions of value.

    Speakers will join us from multiple sectors, including: coffee producers, sustainability experts, large retail consortiums, research institutions, SME business owners, investment funds, exporters, traders, and coffee competition champions to participate in our TED talk-style format and panel programme.

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  2. The attempts to communicate ethical narratives in consumer goods has struggled to incentivise consumers to marry ethical claims with affective solutions for sustainability. Where, if any, do the solut ...
  3. Diversity, inclusion, equity and representation – words synonymous with emergent objectives of the broader speciality coffee community. Join Roosa to hear some highly challenging, observational and ex ...
  4. Headstand, a unique new product derived from Coffee Leaf tea – a traditional beverage consumed on coffee farms – is the result of 2 years R&D and taking independent coffee shops by storm. Join Josh to ...
  5. Has London’s coffee shop saturation stagnated the scope for refined and innovative coffee experiences in the city? We look to specialty leaders throughout the country who are challenging London’s hist ...
  6. Coffee Studies evolves this model this year with 3 x 10 minute presentations from experts within fields of sustainability – designed to surface challenging and radical assertions of the failure for in ...

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