5th World Coffee Conference & Expo postponed

In the light of developments regarding the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the International Coffee Organization (ICO) and the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, have made the difficult decision to postpone the 5th World Coffee Conference & Expo to next year sine die. We are genuinely disappointed to not be able to host you this September, but the health and safety of the community is of utmost importance and therefore this decision to reschedule was the most prudent course for us. We regret any inconvenience caused and request for your understanding and continued support in these unprecedented times.

No sooner more clarity emerges we will announce the fresh schedule for the 5th World Coffee Conference & Expo and International Coffee Council Meeting. Be rest assured that we will come back with a new vigor and new vision for 5th WCC to address the challenges and opportunities emerging out of the post pandemic world.

Please do write to us at info@wcc2020.com in case you need more information.

Stay safe and secured!






About Bengaluru
Bengaluru is one of India's most magnetic cities located in the southern part of the country. The capital of the State of Karnataka, Bengaluru is India's tech and innovation hub which is affirmed by the number of Fortune 500 companies present as well as the thriving start-up scene that the city is proud of. Bengaluru has been at the epicentre of art and culture in India and is also a major R&D and manufacturing hub. Some of the major growth areas are Aerospace & Aviation, Hi-tech, Biotech & Healthcare, Heavy industries as well as Silk, Coffee sector and a vibrant Food & Beverage industry. The city, with its proximity to the coffee-growing regions of Chikmagalur and Coorg, is the heartbeat of the Indian Coffee industry- from retail to artisanal cafes, to café chains to allied products.



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