WelCOME TO

THE SINGAPORE COFFEE ASSOCIATION



OUR DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS


Mr Shinichi Sasaki

Secretary General

Specialty Coffee Association of Japan

"Overview of the Speciality Coffee Market in Japan"


Mr Carlos Andres Arclia

Founder

Cofinet, Colombia

"Innovating Processing Methods for Speciality Coffee"


OUR AUCTION CATALOGE


HOW TO REGISTER FOR THE EVENTS

TO attend the event
(in person AT THE VENUE
)

Whether you are bidding the coffee at the auction or just attending the conference, registration is free of charge for everyone!

Terms & Conditions For All Bidders/Attendees, Click Here


REGISTER NOW 

TO ATTEND IN PERSON AT THE EVENT FOR BOTH CONVENTION + AUCTION


WHAT TO EXPECT AT THE EVENT?

1) Dedicated Seat

2) Full Day of Educational Content + Auction Session

3) Coffee Tasting & Sampling of Auction Bean

4) Auction Coffee Catalogue & Convention Programme Booklet

5) "Live" Bidding Opportunity

6) Networking Opportunity within Your Assigned Zone

7) 01 X Luncheon + 01 X Afternoon Teabreak


TO attend the eventS
(virtualLY - ONLINE)

As our online attendee, you get to choose which session you would like to attend be it the convention, the auction or both at the comfort of your home, workplace or even at your favorite cafe!

Terms & Conditions For All Bidders/Attendees, Click Here


REGISTER NOW 

TO ATTEND THE CONVENTION AS

ONLINE DELEGATE


REGISTER NOW

TO ATTEND THE AUCTION AS OUR

ONLINE BIDDER


HOW THE AUCTION WORKS

The auction will feature a hybrid format, with both physical and online bidders via a livestream, ensuring international buyers will be able to get in on the action.


emphasis on quality

All our specialty coffee beans are ethically sourced and sustainably grown with an emphasis on quality to ensure you get the best flavour in the cup!


By signing up to be a bidder, don't miss out on the opportunity to purchase some of best and most sought after coffee in the world. 


Each bidder may request for 100g of sample green coffee beans upon registration from the auction lot of their choosing. T&Cs apply.

MAIN SPONSOR


In its capacity as the central bank, Bank Indonesia has one single objective, namely to achieve and maintain the stability of the rupiah value. The stability of the rupiah value contains two aspects, namely the stability of the currency value against goods and services, as well as the stability against the currencies of other countries.

The first aspect is reflected in the development of the inflation rate, while the second aspect is reflected in the development of the rupiah exchange rate against the currencies of other countries. The formulation of this single objective is intended to clarify the targets that must be achieved by Bank Indonesia as well as the boundaries of its responsibilities. Thus, whether or not the Bank Indonesia's goals will be achieved can be easily measured. Find out more >>>

STRATEGIC PARTNER

Strategic Partner

Established in 1989, we are listed on the Singapore Exchange. Our team of more than 81,000 employees have built leadership positions in many of our businesses such as Cocoa, Coffee, Cotton, Nuts and Spices. Our 6 values shape our actions towards our work, our customers, our suppliers, each other and our culture. Find out more >>>

TECHNOLOGY PARTNER

Technology Partner

ProfilePrint is a Singapore-based rapid analysis solution that uses a patented A.I. food fingerprint technology to help businesses ascertain quality and cupping scores of coffee beans. With only 50g samples, our Q-grader-trained A.I. model can generate a grading report in accordance with industry standards in seconds. Find out more >>>


STRATEGIC PARTNER



In line with the mission of Colombia Embassy, this collaboration with Singapore Coffee Association  enhances the relationship between the regional coffee buyers as well as the coffee producers in Colombia.

As of 2020, Colombia is the third largest coffee-producing country and exporters in the world, with approximately 13,672,000 sacks exported annually. Coffee first began to be cultivated commercially in Colombia in the mid-1830s and throughout the twentieth century was the country’s main export crop. The importance of coffee to Colombia’s economy cannot be overstated. The country has around 875,000 hectares planted with coffee across 590 municipalities and 14 coffee-growing regions.

submit your coffee up for bid
(TRADER / producer)

Want your coffee to be featured in the auction come June 3rd?  Register your interest with here to reserve your slot. Don't miss the most anticipated coffee auction of the year!
Submission deadline 23 Apr 2021

SUBMISSION CLOSED


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Singapore 573960

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Email: info@singaporecoffee.org

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