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World of Coffee – Speakers and Topics – Sunday extremely good technical skills and have to understand their technical equipment in order to get the best cup. John Sanders, USA Chairman of the Technical Standard Committee of World Barista Championship, coowner of Hines Coffee Shop in Seattle. Podium 4 Sat. 1445-1545 Hall 1 Coffee quality and customer service under the microscope All speakers on this track will discuss influences and methods. Simultaneous English & German translation Lecture 4F Sat. 1545-1615, Room 2, 40 places The influence of water and cleaning agents on the served product Controlled source water is most important for the perfect coffee flavour profile. In future, even customised water will be needed. Equipment sanitisation related to water systems must be regarded as a key factor. Ian Knapp, USA President of Cirqua Water systems, with the benefit of extensive knowledge about customised water. Phil Wagner, USA

Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and Organic Chemistry, advisor of Cirqua Water Systems. Lecture 4G Sat. 1630-1700, Room 2, 40 places Colours, sounds and forms: designing your coffee shop More than just a good-looking coffee shop – the influence of external factors has been known for quite a while. Modern research tells you why. Iria Degen, Switzerland Architect, widely acclaimed for her trendy and effective design of coffee shops. Nino Haslach, Switzerland Project manager and consultant for different coffee shop chains as well as for the pilot of Starbucks in Switzerland. Lecture 4H Sat. 1715-1745, Room 2 Success in East Europe: building a coffee chain in Ukraine From a small project just after the cold war to a successful company. The value of educational programs for franchisers and staff. Peter Wermuth, Ukraine / Switzerland Former owner of a coffee machine sales organi-

sation in Switzerland, he dared to start an enterprise in one of the toughest markets in Europe. Conference on Sunday, May 21 General meetings and presentations Repetitiion of certain conference sessions and/or workshops, subject to demand and availability. Sun., 0900-1030 Hall 1+2 SCAE Annual General Meeting SCAE President / SCAE Members and members of other SCAs (free access for members of these Associations) Sun., 1030-1130 Hall 1+2 Brief presentations of other Speciality Coffee Associations: Chairman of SCAE International Relations Committee / all members of SCAs (free access for members of these Associations). Sun., 1400-1500 Exhibition (meet on Piazza) Guided tour of the exhibition hall Executive Director SCAE / all interested persons

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Cafe Europa June 2006  

Cafe magazine for Europe

Cafe Europa June 2006  

Cafe magazine for Europe

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