The international vending and coffee trade fair, euvend & coffeena, which is taking place in Cologne from 9 to 11 May 2019, will demonstrate which new solutions and trends the industry is offering.
At Euvend & Coffeena the focus will be on the innovations for the industry and Koelnmesse awards the ‘Vending Star’ Innovation Prize during the trade fair.
How will the vending industry change? This and many other questions will be answered at the expert forum “Visions of Vending”.
Cashless payments is a growing trend for the vending industry and is more widespread in countries like Great Britain, the Netherlands, Sweden and Poland.
The vending and coffee industry is on move and creating a new potential business. The GCA sees opportunities for growth in one sector.
INTERGASTRA and coffee consulate invite you to the 4th “Stuttgart Coffee Summit” next year. The get-together for the international coffee industry in 2018 also offers small and micro roasters the opportunity to showcase themselves professionally to the HoReCa industry. The
Germany is the largest market in Europe for professional coffee machines. The demand for machines continues to increase thanks to new investments and the opening of new activities (e.g. coffee shops, bakeries serving coffee and coffee corners). In 2016, sales grew by 3.8% and are expected to increase by 4% on average in the next three years. [Sign in to continue]
Coffee is still the second largest commodity market in the world and the interest in coffee is constantly growing. At the 4th “Stuttgart Coffee Summit”, which is considered an indispensable get-together for the international coffee industry, the coinciding INTERGASTRA and
According to sprudge.com, the owner and the founder of Maison Han, Duc Nguyen, did not grow up in Vietnam, but is so tied to his roots that he enjoys making Vietnamese coffee closer to Berliners. As a great coffee lover,