The Global Coffee Festival will see more than 30 events and international showcases available to stream on 30 October 2020 from 12pm GMT. Allegra Events will also host the Global Coffee Network, a five-day B2B networking event for coffee and foodservice industry professionals taking place 2-6 November 2020
The Global Coffee Festival will launch on 30 October 2020 across 12 cities worldwide
Revolving around the theme ‘refocusing, rebuilding and reigniting the global coffee & hospitality community’ The Global Coffee Festival will launch on 30 October 2020 across 12 cities worldwide for 12 hours of non-stop broadcasting. From London to Cape Town, Toronto to Sao Paulo, Auckland to Los Angeles, Melbourne to Milan, The Global Coffee Festival aims to educate and inspire audiences and celebrate excellence in coffee and hospitality.
The Global Coffee Festival will be live streamed via the The London Media Hub, a fully-fledged TV studio, which will be the main anchor point of the event, and amplified across video streaming platforms to encourage organic sharing and re-streaming.
The event programme includes insider tours of the world’s most celebrated coffee cities along with industry interviews, debate and thought leadership with some of the world’s most renowned coffee professionals. The Lab, a long-running feature at Allegra Coffee Festivals worldwide, returns in a virtual format for expert-led coffee learning, skills & sensory training for baristas, roasters and connoisseurs.
The Global Coffee Network virtual B2B event will take place from 2-6 November 2020
After the Festival, all content will be available to stream on-demand and relevant trade attendees will be invited to apply to be part of The Global Coffee Network (GCN), a five-day virtual B2B event for industry professionals taking place in the week following the Festival, from 2-6 November 2020.
The Allegra GCN has been designed in direct response to the Covid-19 pandemic to reignite the coffee and hospitality economy, and to provide a much-needed virtual platform for key decision makers to connect and create meaningful business opportunities.
The GCN will enable business-critical one-to-one meetings to happen safely, connecting global buyers and sellers for five days of entrepreneurship, innovation and thought-leadership.
Attendees to the five-day virtual event will be able to personalise their itinerary across one-to-one buyer and supplier meetings, business master classes and high-profile roundtable discussions.
Get more information about the Global Coffee Festival here.
Coffee trade professionals can register their application for a place on the Global Coffee Network here.