Coffee Fest To Go

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Coffee Fest is hosting a second session of Coffee Fest To Go, a virtual event on October 21 and October 22. This online event will bring together the U.S. specialty coffee industry with exhibitors, buyers, and educational webinars.

Because large event gatherings like Coffee Fest tradeshows are still not allowed in many cities and states across the country, Coffee Fest has developed To Go in order to connect suppliers & buyers, highlight specialty coffee products, and bring education to help move the specialty coffee industry in the U.S. forward.

Coffee Fest To Go delivers valuable aspects of a tradeshow floor to buyers & suppliers through a virtual platform, specifically designed to connect brands and buyers virtually. This platform will incorporate some changes from suggestions made by suppliers and buyers from the first session in August to improve the experience for everyone.

“We’re really dedicated to finding new ways to keep members of our industry connected, and finding new ways to help business owners find the resources they need to help innovate & keep them in business,” says Holly Barrett, Coffee Fest Senior Marketing Manager. “We know that COVID has impacted specialty coffee businesses but we also see how companies are thriving and creating new ways to do business. We want to support that in any way that we can. Coffee Fest To Go is one of the ways we feel we can do our part to help make the specialty coffee community stronger.”

The second session will feature new exhibitors (as well as some that were at the August event), hundreds of products, and new session webinars presented by new speakers.

To learn more, visit coffeefest.com/secondsession.

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