Re:co Symposium has announced that it will be returning as a physical event in 2022, hosted at the Westin Boston Seaport, United States, from 6 to 7 April.
Alongside the standard Re:co ticket option, the company is also offering a virtual ticket, allowing broader access to this year’s programming beyond those able to travel to Boston.
Re:co will address the most pressing topics facing our industry today, blending expert speakers, sensory experiences, live discussion, networking, and community engagement opportunities.
The company says this year’s program will revisit its basic assumptions about specialty coffee and its consumers through the lens of increasing fragmentation and the accompanying opportunities it brings to redress market dynamics: What is specialty coffee? Who is consuming it, and how? Which attributes are becoming increasingly valuable?
Attendees will come together for plenary sessions designed to address these questions, and their implications for the future of the industry, before separating into their choice of breakout sessions, where they’ll have the chance to focus on their specific interests across lectures, question-driven discussion groups, structured networking, and sensory experiences.
The company says it’s proud to have featured experts and leaders from a broad range of organisations at its Re:co events.
These include people like Jeanine Niyonzima-Aroian, on moving the origin collaboration conversation beyond simply paying farmers more, Luis Samper from 4.0 Brands on value distribution from procurement to co-branding, as well as many more speakers on topics like the changing landscape of US government investment in coffee production, the anatomy of innovation, and new business models that put equity principles into practice.
To registration for a standard ticket, click here.