Time is running out to secure a ticket at Early Bird pricing to the 2021 Melbourne International Coffee Expo (MICE2021), closing 30 June.
With early bird pricing, attendees can save up to 50 per cent on the full ticket price.
An early bird one-day pass is just $30, two-day pass is $40, and three-day pass is $50.
“After a year of being apart, we’re excited to welcome everyone back to MICE in September,” MICE Show Director Lauren Winterbottom says.
“This event will serve as a fantastic opportunity for the coffee industry to reunite under the same roof, and securing your ticket at an Early Bird rate will ensure you don’t miss out on the action.”
MICE2021 will host a return to face–to–face business for the coffee industry, with favourites including Origin Alley and the Production Innovation Awards making a comeback, as well as new attractions such as the Roasters Marketplace.
Designed as a hub for coffee roasters, the Roasters Marketplace will showcase several boutique roasters who are new to MICE, including SixofOne, Brown Bag Coffee, Commonfolk Coffee, and Merlo Coffee.
MICE is the largest dedicated coffee show in the Southern Hemisphere, featuring the latest in espresso equipment, coffee brewing devices, exotic and expensive coffee beans, roasting equipment, and more.
MICE2019 saw more than 11,000 café owners, roasters, baristas, equipment manufacturers, and service providers attend the event.
MICE2021 will take place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, from 9 to 11 of September. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, all tickets must be purchased online prior to the event.
Early bird ticket prices are available until midnight on 30 June. To purchase an early bird ticket, click here.
For more information visit www.internationalcoffeeexpo.com