This year's Caffè Culture will stage a highly engaging and informative talks programme delivered by a host of leading industry experts, to cater for the specific business needs of all types of operations. 

Coffee Studies

Coffee Studies

The 'Ted-Style’ presentation format with lively panel discussions are back. The talks programme will focus on the primary elements of the supply chain, covering two primary elements of discussion; Price discovery and Value creation.
Roaster's Forum

Roaster's Forum

The Forum offers a varied program of educational and interactive sessions, Featuring a series of talks and live panel discussions by leading roasters and green bean specialists – all of whom will bring valuable insight to the many complexities surrounding a modern roastery in today’s market. Perfect for those involved in the coffee roasting industry who want to learn more about this sector.

People & Culture

People & Culture

New for this year, our 'People and Culture' stage will highlight a number of crucial conversations to promote a better future for the coffee industry. Led and curated by The Kore Directive, the panel-led discussions will cover a variety of topics. These include equity, inclusion, rights and responsibilities, mental health, and the development of initiatives through coffee.

Caffè Insights

Caffè Insights

The Caffè Insights programme this year will be focused on five key topics with a selection of talks and panel discussions.  This includes:  the lessons learnt from Covid; the impact of branding; current  and future trends; social media; and retail sales.

The full programme of speakers and topics will be released in the coming months

If you are interested in speaking at the show, please contact Elliot Gard on elliotg@livingmmediaevents.co.uk

The programme will provide the necessary tools and know-how to not only launch successful businesses but also flourish in an ever-increasing competitive market. Sponsored by  The Good Till Company. 

The Good Till Company