MICE2015 – Everything You Need To Know

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Countdown is well and truly on for the 2015 Melbourne International Coffee Expo, with final preparations now underway. We’ve got our hands on the event schedules, and once again we’re blown away with the calibre of events being run at the expo, the amazing array of exhibitors and the educational and networking opportunities on offer….and yes, there will be cake!

Here are some handy links and all the information you could possibly need about MICE 2015

When: March 13-15, 2015

Where: Melbourne Showgrounds

Major Events: Australian Barista Championships, Australian Brewers Cup, ASCA Huhtamaki Cup Tasters Championships, Pura Latte Art Championship, ASCA Brew Bar – Download the schedule

The After Party: The MICE2015 Cocktail Party

Education and Networking: Let’s Talk Relationship Coffee, SCAA Workshops and training sessions

Awards: RASV Australian International Coffee Awards

Exhibitors: So many amazing exhibitors with the very best of their products and services on show. Exhibitor event schedule | Full list and map

I heard something about cake? You heard correct! MICE has partnered with the Melb Cake Expo to offer visitors a one-day pass to both shows for just $30. Details and tickets here

Okay, what is there to eat, besides coffee? 2015 sees a totally revamped food hub. Hammer & Tong, Sliders on Tyres, OoOdleLishious and Crepes Cart will offer a range of delicious treats, which include soft shell crab burgers, potato waffle fries and Vietnamese street food.

Tickets: Get them online before the event and save $5 per ticket.

Get Involved: The MICE team are all over the social media sphere – connect to stay up-to-date with all the happens. twitter | facebook | instagram

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