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Fellowship Program Announced for Re:co Symposium Dublin

Dublin Fellowship Program Announced

The Fellowship has been an integral part of Re:co for the past three years and has been responsible for bringing future coffee leaders from numerous fields who could not otherwise afford to attend into the Re:co community. We have had a total of 84 fellows join us so far and we are delighted to have the opportunity to expand the program further.

The ideal Re:co Fellow is a future or current leader in specialty coffee driving the future of our industry. They might be a young entrepreneur who is building a business around a great idea, a barista who has pushed their coffee shop forward, a producer co-op leader who has focused their community on coffee quality through collaboration, an emerging science graduate or a person working for an NGO who is making a positive difference. An added feature of Re:co Symposium Dublin is greater visibility of each of the Fellows. As such, we ask that all nominations be accompanied by a short video (no longer than 3 minutes) telling us your coffee story, with a due date of May 16, 2016.

Re:co Dublin is a limited-attendance program, so if you would like to join us at the RDS Concert Hall June 21-22, immediately before World Of Coffee Dublin, please make sure to buy your tickets now, or submit your video to our Fellowship program.

For more information, download our interactive press kit or visit our website.
Early Bird Deadline Extended

Re:co (Regarding Coffee), the international coffee symposium, is coming to Dublin hot on the heels of a wildly successful program in Atlanta. We are eager to make this gathering of leading industry leaders as accessible to as many people as possible, so we've extended our early-bird pricing through May 15.
Speaker Preview

We invite thought leaders from a variety of disciplines to share their work at Re:co, providing a dynamic force for progress in specialty coffee. Get a sneak peek of who to expect at the upcoming Re:co Symposium in Dublin, Ireland.
Bryan Meehan, Blue Bottle Coffee
Bryan Meehan is the Executive Chairman at Blue Bottle Coffee. He co-founded Nude Skincare and Fresh & Wild in London. He is an advocate of socially responsible investing and co-founded Greenmont Capital, a venture firm focused on investing in people who are primarily interested in creating environmentally friendly products. He has recently invested in Slack, Hampton Creek, and of course, Blue Bottle Coffee where he spends most of his time working with James Freeman and the Blue Bottle team. He hates GMOs and is campaigning hard to have food properly labelled.
Anetrice Strobles-Brown, Mars Drinks
Anetrice has 20 years of experience working in the food industry with 16 of those years focusing on Sensory and Product Guidance. She is the Global Sensory Manager for Mars Drinks responsible for setting and implementing her department's global sensory strategy for products and technology. Her experience includes Qualitative and Quantitative Sensory Consumer Research, Front End Innovation, Product Optimization, New Product Development, Product Maintenance, Auditing Procedures, Training Methodologies, Best Practice Protocol Development and Risk Assessments to drive consumer insights throughout the product life cycle.
Paul Stack, SCAE
Paul is Operations Director with Marco Beverage Systems, based in Dublin, Ireland with over 20 years of experience in R&D Management and Business Leadership. Paul is the current President of SCAE and has been a member of the SCAE Education Committee for eight years, a key architect in developing the SCAE Coffee Diploma System, lead author of the SCAE Brewing curriculum, Programme Leader of SCAE Gold Cup Research and is an authorised SCAE Trainer.

 Watch: Paul Stack contemplates the meaning of collaboration in coffee and the way forward at Re:co Dublin 2015.
Get in Touch with Us!

We are here to answer any questions you may have about Re:co. Please feel free to send us an email at reco@worldcoffeeevents.org.


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