With an impressive line-up of industry experts and innovative brand leaders, visitors to the Caffé Culture Show will be truly spoilt for choice. A packed schedule of seminars over two stages, across the both days of the show, will see many of the latest industry trends and product opportunities discussed.
An ideal starting point for anyone looking to gain inspiration, advice and practical solutions to many of the challenges faced by our industry, the Caffé Culture Business Theatre will see experts including Richard Johnson, author of Street Food Revolution and Peter Sidwell, presenter of ITV’s Britain’s Best Bakery and owner of Simply Good Taste, offer FREE advice to getting the most out of your business.
For those visitors looking for ways to enhance their product offering and stand out from the competition, a comprehensive range of interactive food and drink demos at the Caffé Culture Taste Experience Stage in association with Unox is sure to be a big hit.
Showing you how to make the most of the ever growing street food revolution, Richard Johnson will be imparting his expertise on how to set up and run a successful street food business. Whether establishments are looking to add a mobile element to their existing business or launch a brand new venture, this is something not to miss. Continuing the focus, Nick Friedman, owner of street food success Jamon Jamon will be conveying the hard truths and the potentially lucrative opportunities from this rapidly growing market.
For those looking to make the most of their café bar business, Paul Miekle Janney, one of the UK’s leading coffee bar advisors, will discuss the essential steps in ensuring success, right from the doors opening, through to planning a second establishment. Similarly, visitors will be interested to hear from Edwin Harrison, founder of the Artisan chain, who will be discussing how to train and motivate staff, allowing the operator to turn their attention to growing their business rather than constantly monitoring staff performance.
If product demonstrations and interactive tastings is of interest Ben Townsend, one of the most experienced barista trainers in the UK, will be sharing his knowledge of the latest in brewing and roasting techniques, and alternatives to traditional brewing on the Caffé Culture Taste Experience Stage in association with Unox. With one eye on increasing profits, Erica Moore, founder of Eteaket and leading tea expert will be exploring the phenomenal opportunities for business growth through tea tasting and cocktail blending. For any visitor looking to make the most from a comprehensive tea offering, this is one session not to miss! With a growing following of fans throughout the nation, visitors will be delighted to see a focus on artisan produce on the stage. With a passion for all things baked, Peter Sidwell will be demonstrating a series of different recipes all developed with a simple bread dough; not only adding an artisan touch to your offering, but also something that has proved very profitable for many.
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