A new global coffee publication, Coffee Intelligence, was recently launched to provide high-level journalism to the coffee sector.
Coffee Intelligence is a new digital publication, dedicated to high-quality journalism to address the most important topics in the coffee sector.
Covering a range of issues in market trends, challenges at origin, technology, innovation, and human interest, this new publication was launched in February 2022 to a global audience.
Editor in Chief of Coffee Intelligence, Ben Smith, says that the overall aim of this new publication is to address real issues in the world of coffee, and present comprehensive views to a global audience.
“Our aim is to give a voice to those who may otherwise struggle to find a platform,” he says.
“Through this publication, we want to provide a platform for them to present their concerns and opinions to those who can make a real difference.
“At the same time, we want to help readers unravel some of the most complicated subjects in the world of coffee today.”
PRF COLOMBIA IN COFFEE INTELLIGENCE
As part of the global launch of Coffee Intelligence, the publication featured an article on PRF Colombia, the fifth edition of the PRF events.
Ben says that in future articles, Coffee Intelligence will include exclusive interviews and insights with several speakers and panelists from PRF.
“The quality and knowledge of those attending PRF Colombia is second to none, with some of the most insightful and experienced members of the global coffee industry in attendance,” he says.
“We look forward to speaking to and gaining insights from a range of [PRF Colombia] panelists and speakers, including Martin Mayorga, Freda Yuan, Maxwell Colonna-Dashwood, and more.”