* The first-ever four-day coffee event in Asia, 5th World Coffee Conference is spanned across 30,000 sqm and participation expected from over 80 countries, including 2,400+ Delegates, 117 Speakers, 208 Exhibitors, and over 10,000 visitors
* The event is scheduled to be inaugurated on September 25th by Shri Piyush Goyal, Hon’ble Minister of Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India along with other dignitaries
* Speakers and members of the coffee community will engage in discussions centered around the theme of "Sustainability through Circular Economy and Regenerative Agriculture."
International Coffee Organization (ICO), in collaboration with the Coffee Board of India, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, Government of Karnataka, and the Coffee industry are hosting the 5th World Coffee Conference (WCC) 2023 from 25th to 28th September 2023 at the iconic Bangalore Palace, Bengaluru. Today's event served as a preview of the preparations for the upcoming 5th World Coffee Conference 2023. Dr. K.G. Jagadeesha, CEO & Secretary of the Coffee Board of India, personally guided members of the media on a comprehensive tour of the magnificent Bangalore Palace. During this exclusive walkthrough, he showcased the exquisite progress of the structure, which is being readied to host the prestigious World Coffee Conference 2023. The event is scheduled to be inaugurated on 25th September by Shri Piyush Goyal, Hon’ble Minister of Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India and other dignitaries.
This prestigious occasion will unfold in the renowned Bangalore Palace, covering an impressive 30,000 sqm area. It is poised to be a global rendezvous for coffee enthusiasts, industry leaders, experts, and aficionados. World Coffee Conference 2023 is expected to draw participants from over 80 countries, including 2400+ Delegates, 117 Speakers, 208 Exhibitors, 10,000+ visitors, and 300+ B2B meetings. The participants profile includes ICO Member Country Representatives, Coffee Growers, Coffee Roasters, Coffee Curers, Farm to Cup Coffee Industry, HORECA, Café Owners, Coffee Nations, Policy Makers, Start-Ups, R&D, and students.
A dome-shaped structure has been designed that has Coffee Museum and showcase of the Western Ghats coffee plantation, serving as an enticing attraction for all the participants, particularly to create awareness of unique feature of shade-grown coffees of India to visiting global participants.
This unique structure will illustrate the journey of a coffee bean from its source to the cup, showcasing various coffee varieties from India, utilizing the natural plants sourced from this region of India.
The event will feature engaging sessions, coffee tastings, competitions, panel discussions, and an exhibition showcasing cutting-edge coffee products and services. In line with India's commitment to the global coffee industry, this event enhances awareness, fosters partnerships, and celebrates the world of coffee.
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The International Coffee Organization (ICO) is the primary intergovernmental organization dedicated to promoting coffee trade and fostering cooperation among coffee-producing and consuming nations. Established in 1963, ICO has played a pivotal role in shaping the global coffee industry and its sustainable development.
About Coffee Board of India
The Coffee Board of India is a statutory organization under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India and plays a crucial role in supporting coffee growers, conducting research, promoting Indian coffee globally, and implementing various policies and programs to enhance the coffee sector's growth and sustainability.
Photo Caption : Jagdish Patankar, Executive Chairman, MM Activ and Dr. KG Jagadeesha, CEO and Secretary, Coffee Board of India showcasing the preparedness of 5th World Coffee Conference 2023 at Bangalore Palace.