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World of Coffee – Speakers and Topics – Friday production at University of Reading, working for European Development Fund EDF in Ethiopia. Reiner Klingholz, Germany Initiator of the wild coffee project of GEO Lecture 2C, 1130-1200, Room 2, 40 places Colombia: present situation and strategy Rodolfo Espinosa President of C.I. Racafe & Cia. S.C.A, leading Colombian coffee exporter. President of the board of Directors of the Colombian Private Exporters Coffee Association, member of the board of the Colombian Trade Association, Analdex Lecture 2D, 1315-1345, Room 2, 40 places Brazil: the way to specialities and internal consumption Being the largest exporter, Brazil also has a leading role in developing specialities and setting trends in internal consumption. Christian Wolthers, Brazil/USA Born in Brazil, worked in different companies of the coffee industry. VP and CEO of Blaser & Wolthers Speciality Coffee Trading

Co, Past President of SCAA, Chairman of Utz Kapeh Foundation. Lecture 2E, 1400-1430, Room 2, 40 places India and its diversity The modern marketing solution for a wide range of different types of coffee. G.V. Krishna Rau, India Masters degree in Geology, Chairman of the Coffee Board of India, which is under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of the Government of India. Podium 2, 1500-1600, Hall 1, 300 places Are there common strategies? Are there opportunities to adopt a unique position? The speakers of this track will discuss opportunities for the future. Simultaneous English & German translation Lecture 2F, 1600-1630, Room 2, 40 places Costa Rica: its Q model (quality) as a unique selling proposition Arnoldo Leiva, Costa Rica B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering University

San Jose, MBA in Marketing at National University San Jose, General Manager of The Coffee Source Inc., responsible for exports to Europe, USA and Asia. President of SCACR and board member of Sintercafe, represents CR on SCAA’s International Relations Committee. Lecture 2G, 1645-1715, Room 2, 40 places Comeback of East African coffees After a period of civil war and difficulties, East African coffees are available again and supplies are becoming regular. Robert W. Nsibirwa, Uganda Bachelor of Science of Statistics and Economics, Master of Arts in Economics and Fellow of the Centre for African Studies, University of Oxford. CEO of Eastern African Fine Coffee Association (EAFCA). Conference – Friday, May 19 Special Track – How to be a winner with your team Lectures in English Lecture SA, 1000-1545, Room 3 How success depends on team building

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Cafe Europa June 2006  

Cafe magazine for Europe

Cafe Europa June 2006  

Cafe magazine for Europe

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