Nestled amidst the vibrant landscape of Bengaluru, India, lies a gem of historical eminence and cultural grandeur—the Bangalore Palace. A living testament to the city's illustrious past, its architectural marvels and timeless charm create an enchanting backdrop, like a painter's masterpiece, for an esteemed gathering of global proportions.
The ‘Silicon Valley of India’ gathers to host the World Coffee Conference, fostering an international congregation of aficionados and connoisseurs from afar. As the city embraces the world with warmth, captivating hearts and palates alike, this regal palace beckons coffee producers and enthusiasts from all corners of the globe to savour the aroma of this captivating event.
Bengaluru’s lush greenery adorned with blooming gardens, tree-lined streets, and serene lakes create a harmonious symphony of nature. The city's architectural splendour, a blend of modern marvels and historical treasures, adds depth to its allure. As the capital of Karnataka, this magnetic metropolis boasts a dynamic identity as the country's tech and innovation nucleus. With a multitude of Fortune 500 companies and a thriving start-up ecosystem, Bengaluru pulsates with creativity and progress.
Art and culture find their epicentre here, alongside significant R&D and manufacturing hubs. From Aerospace & Aviation to Hi-tech, Biotech & Healthcare, Heavy industries, Silk, Coffee, and a vibrant Food & Beverage industry, Bengaluru's growth knows no bounds.
Drawing inspiration from the nearby coffee-growing regions of Chikmagalur and Coorg, Bengaluru stands as the pulsing heart of India's Coffee industry, embracing everything from retail to artisanal cafes, café chains, and allied products.
World Coffee Conference & Expo arrives for the first time in the Asia at Bengaluru, India in September 2023.
There are various challenges that impact sustainability in the coffee sector such as climate change, increasing cost of production and volatile prices.
Total 8000 square meter of state of the art, open type exhibition arena (out of which 4000 will be saleable area to the exhibitors, remaining 4000 will be common area including walkways)
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