European Coffee Expo sparks flurry of bookings

16/01/2018
European Coffee Expo sparks flurry of bookings

Nothing beats the excitement of a launch – certainly true when it comes to European Coffee Expo, the trade-only show 100% focussed on coffee, tea, soft drinks and related products. No cakes or sandwiches; no dishwashers or ovens to queer the pitch.

Nothing beats the excitement of a launch – certainly true when it comes to European Coffee Expo, the trade-only show 100% focussed on coffee, tea, soft drinks and related products. No cakes or sandwiches; no dishwashers or ovens to queer the pitch.


The product of months of research among both buyers and suppliers, the show brings a new and unique proposition to this ever- growing market. It’s being staged by Quinic Events (publishers of Coffee Business World too), a company with years of experience launching successful hospitality and catering shows, working alongside a large panel of leading industry buyers who advise on all aspects of the show.

'I’m really keen to see what other people are doing in the industry. Having a show that is solely dedicated to all the things we are focussed on, including new innovations, will be really beneficial for the industry.'

Sonia Louro Carvalho, Head of Hot Beverage, Compass Group.

Held at Olympia, London’s premier and most accessible venue, and it’s free to attend.

It’s an exhibition with a star-studded conference programme, demonstrations, tasting and sensory challenges, VIP programme Innovation Awards and oodles of networking options. With well over 100 exhibitors from the UK and overseas, from equipment manufacturers and distributors, coffee, tea and soft drinks providers, roasters, flavours and syrups, milk providers, chocolate, water, sugar, relevant accessories ­ and leading brands – many you will not have come across before.

'I think it will be great to see representation from all different corners of the industry.'

Emilie Holmes, Founder, Good and Proper Tea Co

Visitors, decision-makers and influencers,  come from the whole ecosphere of outlets serving coffee, tea and soft drinks, not just the speciality chains and independents. It’s a coffee show, not a café show! Registrations are already coming in thick and fast at a rate never before experienced by the organisers. These include Compass, Pret A Manger, Waitrose, Small Batch, Sainsbury’s, Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts, Fernandez and Wells, Young’s, Caravan, Costa, Sodexo, Grind, Hilton, Four Seasons, John Lewis, Malmaison, McDonald’s, Harrods, Harris-Hoole, JD Wetherspoon and Greggs, to name but a very few.

 

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