Glitter Cat has revealed its participants in this year’s Bootcamp, which will train coffee professionals from around the country to compete in the 2020 U.S. Coffee Championships.
The Oregon Coffee Board is offering scholarships to the U.S. Coffee Championship Qualifiers. The scholarship includes entry fee, travel, food and beverage stipend, mentors, and more.
A two-year collaboration between Stanford University and Sustainable Harvest culminates this week with the launch of a new on-campus executive course geared toward the next generation of business leaders and entrepreneurs looking to employ the tenants of design thinking and sustainability.
“Industrial Luxury” may sound like an oxymoron, but it’s a concept that works for the expansive new location of California-based Verve Coffee.
Coffee Fest Los Angeles 2019 is officially in the books. Find out what you missed with Fresh Cup’s recap!
SCA Chief Sustainability Officer, Kim Elena Ionescu, and Director of Strategy & Steering for Advocacy, Ellie Hudson, recently led a webinar presentation that walked through the organization’s research and approach to solving this complicated issue.
Across the country, many independent coffee and tea shops have embraced sustainability as part of their intrinsic brand. It’s a way of signaling to buyers, partners, and customers that they’re motivated by more than just the business’ financial bottom line.
Described as “a visual poem evoking a nuanced narrative portrait,” Stumptown and Farm League’s short film Wax & Gold promises to evoke much of the magic that made the partners’ first project, Flower of Flowers, so enchanting.
“The goal is to create cash flow so we can keep doing good things. We are proud of what we’ve achieved, but we want to go bigger and lift more people.”
V.G. Siddhartha focused on building a business to create income and opportunities for his countrymen.