San Juan, Puerto Rico. September 3, 2021.
US Minority Chamber of Commerce Announces Premier “Puerto Rico 2021 Around the World Coffee Summit ” to be held November 4-8, 2021 at the Wonderful and Elite, Marriott Stellaris & Casino San Juan, Puerto Rico. The exclusive conference and exhibition brought together more than 200 traders, 100 companies, 45 countries and more than 30 leading speakers. The priorities of Agenda Y2021 include seven broad themes: market, innovation, digitization, sustainability, fair pricing for better opportunities for rural communities, understanding of coffee cultivation and the coffee chain as a business model.
” Puerto Rico 2021 Around the World Coffee Summit ” is an opportunity to highlight to business leaders the social and economic importance of the rural Latin America and Caribbean coffee sector and the challenges facing 12 million coffee farmers in the Americas struggling to overcome the impact of the pandemic and pursue a living income and achieve prosperity as outlined in the goals of the US Minority Chamber of Commerce, ”said Doug Mayorga, CEO of USMCC,“ I look forward to to welcome all international delegates to Puerto Rico on October 4th. There are a lot of things I want to share with delegates: from what conscious leadership can do for businesses, to how happiness will be a much more powerful future goal for brands in the coffee sector. I also look forward to discussing the importance of finance, innovation and better infrastructure – and how important it is to the future of rural areas in Latin America and the Caribbean for the coffee sector in the world. world.”
About the Coffee Summit Around the World Puerto Rico 2021: Presentation of a large exhibition, general sessions, round tables, market presentations and other high level activities. Is not open to the public and will offer valuable well-founded ideas and information to coffee vendors and traders. The first day of the event will mainly focus on the market, roundtables, reception and seminars with an emphasis on in-depth analysis of innovation, quality, negotiation and topics such as supply chain structures, risk management for coffee retail, wholesalers and gourmets. The second day will feature a series of general and panelist sessions on consumer markets and regional culture, complemented by a series of discussions featuring successful vendors in each market. The event closed with an awards gala honoring 16 global companies, business leaders and innovators in the coffee sector.
About the US Minority Chamber of Commerce: Founded in 2002, its headquarters are based in Miami and its operational centers in Washington DC, Los Angeles, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Honduras, Dominican Republic and is a multilateral intergovernmental organization supporting exporting and importing countries to improve trade, connectivity and the secure relationships of agriculture. sector. It offers a high level forum reserved for members and official partners; and support for the development and financing of technical cooperation projects and public-private partnerships. The breadth of international services serving entrepreneurs and foreign governments with connections across three continents. The 34,000+ members of the US Minority Chamber of Commerce manage over $ 200 million in investments and of commerce per year, designed to increase international trade and cooperation in Latin America and the Caribbean. For more information, please refer to www.minoritychamber.net
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