Registration is now open for the 13th edition of Let’s Talk Coffee Global, the annual event bringing together the coffee supply chain in a coffee-producing country.
This year’s event, taking place October 13-16, will be at the CasaMagna Marriott in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Stakeholders ranging from producers to roasters, NGOs, financiers, and more will gather to hear from thought leaders, forge and strengthen relationships, and discuss pressing industry issues. The Early Bird registration cost for the event is $1,095, which lasts until July 22.
With the theme of “Prospering in the New Reality,” Let’s Talk Coffee Mexico will explore how the industry can collaborate to tackle the challenging social, economic, and environmental issues faced in 2016. Program content will include an exploration of Roya and other challenges to Mexico’s coffee supply chain, as well as sessions on innovations in micro-lot differentiation, effective branding lessons from other industries, women’s leadership in coffee production, and much more.
An essential part of each Let’s Talk Coffee Global is the farm field trip. Let’s Talk Coffee 2016 attendees will choose between two field trips exploring the farms of Mexico. One trip will visit a coffee farm in Chiapas; the other will head to Tequila to tour agave farms and show participants how tequila is made.
For more information on Let’s Talk Coffee Mexico 2016, visit the event website at letstalkcoffee.org/ltc-global.