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HK Sustainable Coffee Forum, Series #1

by on 04/01/2013

HKCCEA Presents…

The HK Sustainable Coffee Forum, Series #1 – Ethical Consumption

Let’s come together for an open and transparent afternoon, where we add fresh insights to the conversation, examine how to bring ethical consumption to the industry.  By fostering direct conversations among coffee industry partners through discussion and debate on pressing issues, we hope to create a community of trust which allow all stakeholders in coffee industry to grow together. It is a chance for industry peers to collaborate and determine best practices for maintaining sustainable business relationships as market opportunities grow and change.

Purpose of this Event

  • Raise awareness of Ethical Coffee Consumption
  • Encourage dialogues between stakeholders in the coffee industry on topics that matter.

Target Participants

20-30 people including consumers, coffee roasters, retailers, marketeers, baristas, trainers, NGOs, Cafe owners & operators, media.

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Guest Speaker

Daniel J. Groshong – Founding Director, The Hummingfish Foundation





Hummingfish Foundation is a Hong Kong registered charity organization designed to help add value to the earth’s unspoiled natural environments, by helping in the promotion of sustainable community-based nature and cultural tourism.  Daniel has been running sustainable projects in Timor including helping smallhold farmers in a remote village called Laclubar by purchasing de-pulping machines, building drying racks, constructing a central warehouse and forming a cooperative.  He will share his experience and stories on Timor (20 mins) before we go ahead for the World Cafe discussion.

Facilitators

Yan Liu, Art of Hosting Hong Kong

Virginia Tam, Hong Kong Coffee Culture Exchange Association

Event Details

Date: 12th Jan 2013 (SAT)

Time: 3:00-6:00pm

Venue: iBakery Gallery Cafe

Address: Tamar Café at Tamar Park, Admiralty, Hong Kong (5 mins walk from Admiralty MTR Exit A)

Fee per head (including light refreshment):

Early Bird HK$100 (sign up before 5Jan)

Walk-in HK$150

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Contact

Email [vigi@hkccea.org]

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