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Schedule SIC 2020 - 100% Digital

Our complete and free program for you to participate in the event. Add to your calendar what you would like to watch and stay with us these days with lots of content and business.

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18 Nov

09h00 to
10h00

Consumption

Interview

A TALK WITH PEDRO LIMA FROM TRÊS CORAÇÕES

Pedro Lima e Janice Kiss

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18 Nov

09h00 to
10h00

Coffee shop

Panel

COFFEE SHOPS AND BUSINESS RECOVERY IN BELO HORIZONTE

Tiago Damasceno , Henrique Fiuza , Marilia Balzani e Celina Aquino

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18 Nov

10h00 to
11h00

Agribusiness

Panel

FAEMG WORKSHOP - CERTIFICATION: PREPARE YOUR FARM

Mirian Xavier e Mauro Junior

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18 Nov

10h00 to
11h00

Barista

Panel

BARISTA VETERANS, THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CAREER

Isabela Raposeiras , Silvia Magalhães e Mariana Proença

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18 Nov

11h00 to
12h00

Roasting

Panel

ROAST PROFILE IN DISCUSSION: PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY AND SENSIBILITY BEHIND THE CUP

Lucas Lima , Bruna Mussolini , Tiago de Melo e Thiago Sabino

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18 Nov

11h00 to
12h00

Consumption

Panel

THE DEVELOPMENT OF COFFEE CONSUMPTION HABIT

Ricardo Pereira , Eliana Relvas e Natalia Camoleze

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18 Nov

12h00 to
13h00

Consumption

Interview

A TALK WITH CHRISTINA MEINL - PRESIDENT OF THE SPECIALTY COFFEE ASSOCIATION (SCA)

Christina Meinl

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18 Nov

12h00 to
13h00

Coffee shop

Panel

SÃO PAULO COFFEE SHOPS AND BUSINESS RECOVERY

Diego Gonzales , Vitor Salponik , Ana Oliveira e Daniel Tavares e Thais Fernandes

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18 Nov

13h00 to
14h00

Agribusiness

Class

HOW TO PRODUCE SPECIALTY COFFEE WITH CLAYTON BARROSSA MONTEIRO (NINHO DA ÁGUIA FARM)

Clayton Barrossa Monteiro

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18 Nov

13h00 to
14h00

Agribusiness

Panel

SUCCESSION PLANNING IN RURAL PROPERTIES

Ana Valentini , Bruna Carolina da Silva e Sergio Henrique Viana Maciel

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18 Nov

14h00 to
15h00

Roasting

Panel

THE PROCESS TO BECOME A MICRO-ROASTER

Gelma Franco , Paula Dulgheroff , Fernando Santana e Renato Gutierres

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18 Nov

15h00 to
16h00

Agribusiness

Panel

OPEN CEREMONY OF THE 2020 BRAZIL INTERNATIONAL COFFEE WEEK

Roberto Simões , Carlos Melles , Ana Valentini e Caio Alonso Fontes

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18 Nov

15h00 to
16h00

Coffee shop

Class

STEPS OF A COFFEE SHOP EQUIPAMENTS ROUTINE - WITH DANIEL COLI FROM OFICINA DO ESPRESSO

Daniel Coli

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18 Nov

16h00 to
17h00

Consumption

Panel

HOW TO SERVE SPECIALTY COFFEE IN YOUR FOOD SERVICE BUSINESS

Karina Barreto e Kelly Stein

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18 Nov

16h00 to
17h30

Agribusiness

Interview

NATIONAL AND WORLD MACROECONOMIC SCENARIOS FOR THE COMING YEARS WITH A FOCUS ON COFFEE AGRIBUSINESS

Ricardo Amorim , Mariana Proença e Phelipe Siani

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18 Nov

17h00 to
18h00

Agribusiness

Panel

COFFEA CANEPHORA IN MINAS GERAIS (EPAMIG/EMATER)

Fábio Daniel Tancredi , Ricardo Tadeu Galvão Pereira , Maskio Daros , Bernardino Cangussu Guimarães e Waldênia de Melo Moura

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18 Nov

17h30 to
18h20

trading

Panel

INSIDE THE COFFEE MARKET

Kim Elena Ionescu , Carlos Brando , Henrique Cambraia e Josiana Bernardes

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18 Nov

18h00 to
19h00

Agribusiness

Panel

INSURANCE LECTURE: THE IMPORTANCE OF INSURANCE AS A TOOL RISK MANAGEMENT

Glaucio Toyama

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18 Nov

18h30 to
19h00

Consumption

Interview

INTERVIEW: ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND BUSINESS IMPACT

João Appolinário , Caio Alonso Fontes e Mariana Proença

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18 Nov

19h00 to
20h00

Consumption

Panel

POST-PANDEMIC COFFEE SCENARIOS: OFFER AND DEMAND

Bill Murray , Rachel Muller , Nelson Carvalhaes e Celso Vegro

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18 Nov

19h00 to
20h00

Agribusiness

Panel

LAUNCH OF COFFEE VULCANIC REGION

Ivan Figueiredo , Rodrigo Ribeiro Pereira , Paulo Vischi e Marco Sanches

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18 Nov

20h00 to
21h00

Consumption

Panel

BEAN TO BAR: HOW CHOCOLATE HAS BEEN RECONSTRUCTING ITS STORY

Estevan Sartoreli , Juliana Aquino , Cristiano Villela Dias e Beatriz Marques

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18 Nov

20h00 to
21h00

Consumption

Panel

NESCAFÉ PROJECT LAUNCH

Rachel Muller , Paulo Lemos , Natália Braga , Alessandro Hervaz , Gisele Coutinho e Hugo Wolff

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19 Nov

09h00 to
10h00

Agribusiness

Panel

COFFEE OF MINAS GERAIS: DIVERSITY, QUALITY AND LIFE STORIES

Luis Manoel , Sergio D'Alessandro , Juliano Tarabal , Lucas Alckimin , Raquel Miranda e Ana Carolina Gomes

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19 Nov

09h00 to
10h00

Agribusiness

Panel

NETWORK SUSTAINABILITY - POINTS OF ATTENTION IN THE COMMERCIALIZATION AND PRODUCTION OF COFFEE IN COMPLETE ENVIRONMENTS

Marcelo Brussi , Marcos Croce , Miriam Aguiar e Mateus Bichara

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19 Nov

09h00 to
21h00

Agribusiness

Consulting

SEBRAE MINAS - Online consulting

19 Nov

10h00 to
11h00

Coffee shop

Class

HOW TO BUILD A PROMISING BUSINESS IN COFFEE WITH GEORGIA FRANCO DE SOUZA AND FAMILY LUCCA SPECIAL COFFEE (CURITIBA)

Georgia Franco

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19 Nov

11h00 to
12h00

Agribusiness

Panel

COFFEE MARKET POLICIES - PARLIAMENTARY COMMISSION

19 Nov

11h00 to
12h00

Consumption

Panel

DIGITAL RETAIL TRENDS AND OPPORTUNITIES: FROM THE LARGE TO THE MARKET NICHE

Daniel Bouskela , Felipe Pavoni , Caio Alonso Fontes e Natalia Camoleze

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19 Nov

12h00 to
13h00

Roasting

Panel

COFFEE ROASTING BUSINESS

Luiz Melo , Jonathan Piazorolo , Lidiane Santos e Marcelo Malerba

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19 Nov

13h00 to
14h00

Coffee shop

Class

HOW TO BUILD A SPECIALTY COFFEE OPERATION AND COFFEE ROASTERY - STEP BY STEP WITH ISABELA RAPOSEIRAS FROM COFFEE LAB

Isabela Raposeiras

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19 Nov

13h00 to
14h00

trading

Panel

FAEMG WORKSHOP - COFFEE: MARKET AND SELLING

Daniele Alkmin e Ana Carolina Gomes

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19 Nov

13h00 to
21h00

Agribusiness

Painel

Agro 360°

Caio Alonso Fontes , Vanusia Nogueira e Roberto Simões

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19 Nov

14h00 to
15h00

Agribusiness

Panel

IWCA BRAZIL - WOMEN IN THE COFFEE AGROINDUSTRY

Luiza Helena Trajano , Luciana Melo , Mariselma Sabbag , Cintia Matos , Mariana Proença e Fabiana Pinho

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19 Nov

14h00 to
15h00

Barista

Panel

COFFEE CAREER - THE BEGINNING AS BARISTA

Fabio Ferreira , Daniela Capuano , Danilo Lodi e Janice Kiss

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19 Nov

15h00 to
16h00

Agribusiness

Panel

AGRO TALKS: EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT AND LEAN THINKING WITHIN THE PROPERTY

Diego Moretti , Hiroaki Kokudai , Daniela Santana e Gisele Ribeiro

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19 Nov

15h00 to
16h00

Consumption

Panel

COFFEE IN BRAZIL: DURING AND AFTER COVID

Rodrigo Mattos e Cintia Marcucci

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19 Nov

15h00 to
16h00

Consumption

Panel

POST-COVID RECOMMENDATIONS FOR COFFEE SERVICES

Claudio Lima , Claudia Leite e Luciana Alves

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19 Nov

16h00 to
17h00

Agribusiness

Panel

INNOVATION IN COFFEE - TRES CORACOES

Patricia Carvalho , Silvio Leite , Lauro Re , Leo Moço e Mariana Proença

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19 Nov

16h00 to
17h00

Coffee shop

Panel

NORTH/NORTHEAST: COFFEE SHOPS AND BUSINESS RECOVERY

Danielly Soares , Paloma Amorim , Bruno Lobo e Aldo Bitencourt

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19 Nov

16h00 to
17h00

Agribusiness

Panel

STATE POLICIES AND ACTIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE COFFEE MARKET - MEETING WITH GOVERNORS

19 Nov

17h00 to
18h00

Agribusiness

Panel

COFFEA CANEPHORA IN MINAS GERAIS (EPAMIG/EMATER) - PART II

Enrique Alves , Aguinaldo José de Lima , Waldênia de Melo Moura , Fábio Daniel Tancredi e Bernardino Cangussu Guimarães

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19 Nov

17h00 to
18h30

Agribusiness

Award

4º CUPPING OF SPECIALTY COFFEE ATeG - BRAZIl ICW 2020 AWARD

19 Nov

18h00 to
19h00

Agribusiness

Interview

A TALK WITH LUIS NOBERTO PASCOAL - FOUNDER OF DATERRA COFFEE

Luis Norberto Pascoal

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19 Nov

18h00 to
19h00

Coffee shop

Panel

HOW TO EDUCATE THE COFFEE CONSUMER! DOES THAT REALLY EXIST?

Lica David , Rodrigo Balduino , Vagner Benezath , Ana Argenta e Clara Campoli

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19 Nov

18h00 to
19h00

Consumption

Documentary

RELEASE OF THE DOCUMENTARY 'COFFEE IS NOT JUST COFFEE'

19 Nov

18h30 to
20h55

Consumption

Panel

MINAS COFFEE ORIGINS SUMMIT

Felipe Sardi , Isabela Pascoal , Paulo Vischi , Priscilla Lins , Mariana Proença e Mari Palma

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19 Nov

19h00 to
20h00

trading

Panel

THE QUALITY MARKET FOR ROBUSTA COFFEE

Enrique Alves , Renata Silva , Patricia Carvalho , Silvio Leite e Juan Travain

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19 Nov

20h00 to
21h00

Barista

Panel

BARISTA TALK - THE DEVELOPMENT AS A PROFESSIONAL

Estela Simões , Lucas Salomão e Daniel Munari

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19 Nov

20h30 to
21h05

Agribusiness

Award

Announcement TOP 45 Finalists Coffee of The Year 2020

20 Nov

09h00 to
10h00

trading

Interview

A TALK WITH RICARDO TAVARES AND RODRIGO MONTESANTO FROM MONTESANTO TAVARES GROUP

Ricardo Tavares , Rodrigo Montesanto e Sergio Monteiro

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20 Nov

09h00 to
10h00

Agribusiness

Panel

IWCA BRASIL MEETING - WOMEN IN COFFEE: THE CALL, THE LEARNING AND THE FUTURE

Kellem Emanuele , Blanca Castro e Mariana Proença

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20 Nov

09h00 to
16h00

Agribusiness

Consulting

SEBRAE MINAS Consulting

20 Nov

10h00 to
11h00

Agribusiness

Panel

IWCA BRASIL MEETING: BRAZILIAN SPECIALTY COFFEE IN DEBATE

Vanusia Nogueira , Noa Berger , Luisa Nogueira e Maya Bluestone

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20 Nov

10h00 to
12h00

Agribusiness

Panel

COFFEE PURCHASE OPPORTUNITIES BY INSTITUTIONAL MARKETS

Sérgio Brás Regina , Flanio Alves da Silva , Niwton Castro Moraes e Claudia Monalisa Silva

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20 Nov

11h00 to
12h00

Agribusiness

Panel

SPECIALTY COFFEE ENTREPRENEURS - HOW PRODUCERS ARE BUILDING THE FUTURE OF FARMS

Felipe Croce , Isabela Pascoal , Paula Magalhães Paiva e Sergio Parreiras Pereira

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20 Nov

12h00 to
13h00

Coffee shop

Interview

COFFEE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT WITH FABIO FERREIRA (NOTES COFFEE)

Fabio Ferreira

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20 Nov

12h00 to
13h00

Agribusiness

Panel

AGROBR EXPORT WORKSHOP

Renato Melo , Daniele Alkmin , Vanusia Nogueira e Ricardo Abreu

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20 Nov

14h00 to
14h30

Agribusiness

Panel

REGIÃO VULCÂNICA - PLACE BRANDING

Paulo Vischi , Leandro Carlos Paiva e Mariana Proença

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20 Nov

15h00 to
16h00

Consumption

Panel

RECURRENT PURCHASE OF SPECIAL COFFEE - HOW TO BUILD THE RELATIONSHIP WITH YOUR CUSTOMERS

Gisele Coutinho , Sergio Miranda , Hugo Rocco e Josiane Cotrim

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20 Nov

15h25 to
16h15

Barista

Panel

IWCA BRASIL - WOMEN TRAJECTORIES IN WORLD OF COFFEE

Emi Fukahori , Martha Grill , Cecília Sanada , Mariana Proença e Phelipe Siani

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20 Nov

16h00 to
17h00

Coffee shop

Class

HOW TO OPEN A SPECIALTY COFFEE SHOP - COFFEE ACADEMY - JULIA FORTINI & IVAN TOTTI HEYDEN

Julia Fortini Souza e Ivan Heyden

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20 Nov

16h00 to
17h00

Agribusiness

Panel

SPECIALTY CONILON: THE END OF QUALITY BORDERS

Ensei Neto , Raquel Meirelles , Luis Carlos Gomes e Rodolfo Climaco

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20 Nov

16h40 to
17h10

Agribusiness

Panel

CONTROLLED FERMENTATION - HOW TO ACHIEVE CONSISTENCY IN YOUR COFFEE PRODUCTION

Josue Morales , Lucas Louzada e Leandro Carlos Paiva

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20 Nov

17h00 to
18h00

Consumption

Class

FOOTSTEPS OF SOLUBLE COFFEE. A CLASS WITH ELIANA RELVAS (ABICS)

Eliana Relvas

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20 Nov

17h15 to
18h00

Agribusiness

Panel

INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT IN COFFEE CULTURE

Madelaine Venzon , Laercio Zambolim , José Geraldo Di Stefano e Sergio D'Alessandro

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20 Nov

18h00 to
18h40

trading

Panel

COFFEE TRADE: FUTURE MARKET AND EXPORT

Cesar de Castro Alves , Guilherme Morya , Lucio Araújo Dias e Vanusia Nogueira

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20 Nov

18h00 to
19h00

Agribusiness

Class

THE ADVANTAGES OF A PERFECT DRYING FOR YOUR SPECIALTY COFFEE. LEARN WITH JHONE LACERDA FROM SANTA RITA FARM

Jhone Milanez Lacerda

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20 Nov

19h00 to
20h00

Agribusiness

Award

NESPRESSO SUSTAINABLE QUALITY AWARD

20 Nov

20h00 to
21h35

Agribusiness

Award

COFFEE OF THE YEAR AWARD 2020

Sponsors

These companies believe in Brazilian coffee. Click on the logos and visit the stands.

Master

Nescafé

https://www.nescafe.com/br/

Nestlé is the largest food and beverage company in the world and, presently , it can be found in 99% of Brazilian homes (source: Kantar Worldpanel) by providing products and services for people of any age and also for their pets. Focusing on nutrition, health and well-being, its upwards of 2,000 brands vary between national icons, such as Ninho, and global favorites, such as Nescafé. The coffee department, incidentally, is surely relevant to the multinational: it was Nestlé that produced the instant coffee , in the 1920s, leveraging Nescafé to its most valuable brand. Also Nespresso, which created the coffee pads in 1986, started a new market segment, and today, it shares the leadership with Dolce Gusto. In 2019, Nescafé entered the roasted and crushed coffee category launching two premium lines of special coffee: Nescafé Gold and Origins of Brazil. In that same year, the debut of Starbucks At Home first ran in the Nestlé coffee portfolio. For further information on house brands and releases, visit the website.

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Nespresso

https://www.nespresso.com

Nespresso is a pioneer in portioned coffee of the highest sustainable quality. In Brazil since 2006, it has 33 boutiques and about 700 employees in the country's main cities. The brand's home line offers 29 varieties of coffees, plus machines and accessories for a complete experience. The Nespresso Professional line features 15 coffees and machines suitable for high turnover establishments, such as hotels, restaurants, and companies. Through The Positive Cup™ commitment, Nespresso operates in the sustainable management of coffee, aluminum, and climate-related practices with global goals for 2020. The brand has invested in a capsule recycling system in Brazil and has more than 157 collection points. Full information about Nespresso and its commitment to sustainability can be found at www.nespresso.com

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Expert

Sistema OCEMG

https://sistemaocemg.coop.br

The OCEMG System works for the growth and for the development of the cooperativism, providing orientation and support necessary for an efficient sector management, strengthening cooperatives societies. It was built by the Minas Gerais State Union and the Cooperatives Organization (OCEMG) - political government offices, trade-unions and employers’ organizations, state cooperativism defense and by the Minas Gerais Nacional Service of Cooperativism learning (SESCOOP-MG) - the entity is responsible for professional training, monitoring and promotion of several Minas cooperatives. The outcome is a reliable and consolidated system which consists of approximately 700 cooperatives from varied branches and with almost two millions of unionized, responsible for an annual amount of over R$ 60 billions.

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3 Corações

https://www.cafe3coracoes.com.br/rituais/

3corações, the biggest coffee company in Brazil, Top of Mind 2020, could not miss this digital edition of SIC. The coffee love is in our DNA, that’s why we are sponsoring the Brazil International Coffee Week for one more year. We’ve created a special content to talk from coffee production and innovation to entrepreneurship. In addition, we will have also coffee releases for those who are so in love for coffee as much as we are. So, you are invited to follow our agenda and discuss with us through this room.

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Specialty

Melitta

https://www.melitta.com.br

Living always attentive and open to feel makes the whole experience more intense. Because more than opening your eyes each morning, waking up to life is being ready to feel every moment of the day. A good fresh coffee has the power to drum up the senses. That is why all we do is so that everyone can enjoy the best fresh coffee that can exist. Melitta also has exclusive accessories for you to drum up all your senses and aromas during the preparation of your coffee. Melitta. Fresh coffee to feel life more.

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Sicoob

https://www.sicoob.com.br/pesquisa-cooperativa

Sicoob – Different from anything you have ever seen! Sicoob was founded from the dream of making Brazil a more just and democratic country. For this reason, our associated are both customers and owners of the business. In Sicoob's cooperatives, you will find a special and humanized service. Besides that, the cooperatives contribute to the growth of local economies and focus on investing in sustainable development projects. Sicoob offers all the banking products and services, but in a rather different way: sharing the results with the associates, which fosters the local economy, the production, and creates new opportunities for jobs. With excellent financial results, this system encourages the growth in the cities where it operates, with more than 3 thousand service points and bank branch. Sicoob offers personalized assistance to its associates, based on ethics, transparency and fairness.

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Premium

Cooxupé

https://www.cooxupe.com.br

With more than 60 years of history focused on coffee and 87 years dedicated to regional cooperativism, Cooxupé is a reference in Brazilian coffee culture and receives worldwide recognition as a credible cooperative in the market of Arabica type quality coffee. It has over 15 thousand coffee producing families in its membership, 95% of which are small hold ones. It is located in a privileged region and operates in the largest arabica coffee producing areas. The cooperative has a portfolio of products that meets the most varied tastes, with emphasis on the Evolutto and Prima Qualità lines, produced with beans received through the cooperative. Presenting itself with a highly significant action in international coffee business, it stands solid with excellent results in exports of green coffee to over 50 countries. To expand its participation in the specialty coffee market, Cooxupé relies on SMC - Specialty Coffees, a company controlled by the cooperative, responsible for managing the demand of clients around the world who seek selected coffees of high quality and excellence.

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Kahlúa

https://www.kahlua.com

Kahlúa was lauched in 1936, in Mexico. Rum based and with 100% Arabica coffee beans in its formula, it is currently the best selling coffee liqueur in the world. The main star of classic cocktails like White Russian and Espresso Martini, Kahlúa is extremely versatile to mix with a large variety of ingredients, uniting the worlds of coffee and cocktails more and more. Cheers!

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Grupo Montesanto Tavares

http://montesantotavares.com.br/

The Montesanto Tavares Group (GMT) was founded in Brazil in 1998, it has also expanded its operations transnationally. Today the Group operates from production, processing and exportation until the green coffee importing. In addition to the production in the own farms, the group also originates and commercializes coffee produced by large, medium and small farmers. GMT is committed to generating shared value, a positive impact and structuring sustainable models in its supply chain through the collective action of its companies and partners. In this way, the group's strategy is guided towards strengthening family farming and valuing the entire chain through the development, recognition and connection of its stakeholders. For this purpose, it brings together the companies Ally Coffee, Atlantica Coffee, Cafebras and GMT Farms.

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Sponsorship

Codemge

http://www.codemge.com.br/

The Minas Gerais Development Company (Codemge) is a state-owned company belonging to an Indirect Public Administration of the State of Minas Gerais and organized as a limited liability company, with the State as its largest shareholder. Its main areas of activity are: mining and metallurgy; energy, infrastructure and logistics; electronics and semiconductors; telecommunications; aerospace, automotive, chemical; defense and security; medicines and health complex products; biotechnology and the environment; new materials, information technology; computer science and systems and software; creative industry, sport and tourism.

Promotion

Secretaria de Estado de Agricultura, Pecuária e Abastecimento de Minas Gerais

http://www.agricultura.mg.gov.br