2019

Videos / Conferences

Thursday, November 14th
  • Sintercafé 2019 – Inauguration & Key Note Conference
    Mr. Carlos Manuel Rodríguez, Minister of Environment and Energy, Costa Rica
  • We connect in more ways than you can imagine – Café de Costa Rica
    Mrs. Xinia Cháves, Executive Director, Coffee Institute of Costa Rica – ICAFE,
    Mrs. Daniela Gutiérrez, Coffee Producer, Costa Rica
  • The Next 100: Collaborating to Create Value from Crop to Cup
    Mr. Matt Saurage, Chairman of the board, fourth generation owner, Community Coffee Company
  • Stumptown & the Specialty Coffee Transaction Guide
    Mrs. Shauna Alexander, Head of coffee and sustainability, Stumptown Coffee Roasters
  • When is this economic cycle going to end? An Economic & Market Update
    Mr. Fernando Soto, Vice President, Investment Advisory Latin America, Brown Brothers Harriman
  • Coffee Price Crisis Response Initiative
    Mr. Ric Rhinehart, Leader of the Coffee Price Crisis Response Initiative, Specialty Coffee Association
  • Low Prices – Causes and Consequences
    Mr. Carlos Mera, Senior Commodity Analyst, Rabobank
  • Coffee Varieties – The Hidden Crisis
    Mr. Stephen Cox, Senior Director for Strategic Alliances, NSF
  • Mobile technology: Towards a more efficient information management and decision making process for small agribusinesses.
    Mrs. María Lourdes Pérez Aguilar, Root Capital
Friday, November 15th
  • CQI’s Q Processing Program: creating a global community of “coffee makers”
    Mr. Mario Fernández, Senior Director – Technical Services, CQI
  • Global Demand Trends, Brazil’s competivity and opportunities for Central America
    Engr. Carlos Brando, Partner, P&A Marketing Internacional
  • The Rise of Chameleon & Cold Brew in the US
    Mr. Matt Swenson, Chief Product Officer, Chameleon Cold-Brew
  • China – A game changer for the coffee world?
    Mr. Thomas J. Mitchell, President, Strategic Coffee Concepts
  • Measured Progress: Data-driven paths to sustainability
    Mrs. Mallory Plaks, Director of Operations for the Americas, Enveritas
  • BRAZIL CROP…Today’s Realities, Expectations and Future Outlook
    Mr. Fernando Maximiliano, Head of the Coffee Research, INTL FCStone and CoffeeNetwork
     
  • Who wants to Farm Coffee ?
    Mrs. Kimberly Easson, Strategic Director of the Partnership for Gender Equity, CQI
  • Naox, innovating the coffee industry
    Mr. Juan Carlos Jaramillo López, Creator of Naox, founding partner of Sanam, Naox

Presentations

Thursday, November 14th
  • Mrs. Xinia Chávez & Mrs. Daniela Gutiérrez, “We connect in more ways than you can imagine – Café de Costa Rica”
  • Mr. Matt Saurage, “The Next 100: Collaborating to Create Value from Crop to Cup”
  • Mrs. Shauna Alexander,  “Stumptown & the Specialty Coffee Transaction Guide”
  • Mr. Fernando Soto, “When is this economic cycle going to end? An Economic & Market Update”
  • Mr. Ric Rhinehart, “Coffee Price Crisis Response Initiative”
  • Mr. Carlos Mera, “Low Prices – Causes and Consequences”
  • Mr. Stephen Cox, “Coffee Varieties – The Hidden Crisis”
  • Mrs. María Lourdes Pérez Aguilar, “Mobile technology: Towards a more efficient information management and decision making process for small agribusinesses.”
Friday, November 14th
  • Mr. Mario Fernández, “CQI’s Q Processing Program: creating a global community of “coffee makers””
  • Engr. Carlos Brando, “Global Demand Trends, Brazil’s competivity and opportunities for Central America”
  • Mr. Matt Swenson, “The Rise of Chameleon & Cold Brew in the US”
  • Mr. Thomas J. Mitchell, “China – A game changer for the coffee world?”
  • Mrs. Mallory Plaks, “Measured Progress: Data-driven paths to sustainability”
  • Mr. Fernando Maximiliano, “BRAZIL CROP…Today’s Realities, Expectations and Future Outlook”
  • Mrs. Kimberly Easson, “Who wants to Farm Coffee ?”
  • Mr. Juan Carlos Jaramillo López, “Naox, innovating the coffee industry”