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[I]n 2019, the Specialty Coffee Expo and Re:co Symposium are making a cross-country trek to hold their annual celebration of specialty coffee in Boston. Registration for both events is now open.

For the first time, North America’s largest specialty coffee trade show, the Specialty Coffee Expo, will take place April 11–14 in the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. The show features groundbreaking innovations throughout the industry, including products, brewing technology, coffee science, and more. Early bird registration is open through February 14. 

The Re:co Symposium, which takes place April 10–11, invites some of coffee’s most passionate and influential professionals to join in mindful conversations and interactive experiences focused on finding solutions to some of the industry’s toughest problems. Early bird tickets are now available through February 14, and applications to the Re:co Symposium fellowship program are open through January 11.

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