Relevant content on field, certification, grading, roasting, coffee shops, trends and business. Dynamic and interactive panels mediated by renowned professionals.
Suitable for: beginners, cooperatives, producers, roasters, coffee traders, tasters, business owners, cafeteria owners and baristas
Language: Portuguese and English (with simultaneous translation)
DNA CAFÉ 2019: Trends and Challenges for the World of Coffee
20th November (wednesday)
Open Ceremony Brazil International Coffee Week 2019
Welcome to sponsors, supporters and visitors to Brazil’s largest coffee gathering.
Keynote Speech: Brazilian Agribusiness in the World
Speaker: Roberto Rodrigues (Agronomist, Coordinator of the Getúlio Vargas Foundation Agribusiness Center and Holder of the ESALQ USP Agribusiness Chair, has published hundreds of papers on agriculture, cooperativism and rural economy).
Is Brazil already the largest coffee consumer in the world? Quality consuming opportunities
Moderator: Mariana Proença (Espresso Magazine Content Director)
Subtheme: Strategies for a New Market – Case Nestlé. Speaker: Raquel Muller (Nestlé Coffee Director)
Subtheme: Omnipresent Coffee – What is Brazil’s role in the global context of the coffee market? Speaker: Angelica Salado (Euromonitor International)
Subtheme: Brewing Hope – The Untold Story of Jamaican Women Coffee Farmers. Speaker: Andrea Johnson (President of IWCA Jamaica)
Coffee consumption profile in restaurants, hotels and bakeries: making changes
Moderator: Nathan Herzkowicz (Executive President of Sindicafé-SP)
Subtheme: National and International Cases of Special Coffee in Establishments
Speakers: Karina Barretto (Future Cafeteria – Sao Paulo), Janaina Rueda (Dona Onça Bar Chef and partner at A Casa do Porco – Sao Paulo) and Veda Viraswami (Master of Torra and Coffee Manager at Le Café Alain Ducasse – London )
What is our wave? How Brazilian Coffee Has Been Surfing in International Waters
Moderator: Gabriela Sanchez (Fazenda Dois Irmãos – Cerrado Mineiro Region)
Subtheme: International Case for Changing the Brazilian Coffee Image Today – Speaker: Antoine Netien (Founder of Climate and Former Coffee Coutume – France)
Subtheme: Prospects and Future for the New Wave of Specialty Coffee in the United States – Speaker: Marcus Young (Boot Coffee Campus Senior Advisor)
Subtheme: National Coffee Trading Case for International Coffee Shops – Speaker: Clayton Barrossa Monteiro (Ninho da Águia Farm – Caparaó Region)
Free lectures. Space is limited to the capacity of the room. Arrive early to guarantee your place. Entry in order of arrival. Program in progress and subject to change without prior notice.