#47: How the Coffee Industry Can Make Successful Refugee Resettlement Possible | Expo 2018 Lectures

It goes without question that the US is currently locked in a very public debate over what type of country we want to be for refugees. The US has a long tradition of welcoming refugees, but is at a crossroads of what that will look like in the future. The coffee industry is uniquely positioned …

Now Accepting Applications for the 2019-2021 LEAD Scholarship Program

Announced at Re:co Symposium in Boston today, the SCA is now accepting applications for the 2019-2021 cohort of the Leadership Equity and Diversity (LEAD) Scholarship Program. LEAD is aimed at increasing diversity of leadership within the global coffee community by enabling access to professional development resources to people from underrepresented or marginalized communities. The program is …

Barista Stories: Irina Sharipova of Mad Espresso Team, Saint Petersburg

Our Barista Stories series has been long in the making. Since our first visits to cafes around Europe, we have met many amazing baristas who have had a number of interesting stories to share. We love the speciality coffee community exactly for the people building it and are thrilled to introduce some of those individuals […]

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Support European Baristas at World Coffee Championships in Boston

Top baristas from around the world travelled to Boston, the United States, where World Coffee Championships 2019 host two highly looked after disciplines – Barista Championship and Brewers Cup. From 11th to 14th of April, over forty European baristas will represent their home country and compare their skills with colleagues from all around the world. […]

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