European Coffee Expo secures the best to drive 2019 show
From top hotels, bars and cafes to ferry operators and foodservice providers, the European Coffee Expo’s Steering Panel is able to boast a highly impressive group of talented individuals from some of the most highly regarded operators in our sector today.
Members of the European Coffee Expo Steering Panel play a key role in driving, directing and helping to shape the show for 2019, when on May 21-22 it will open its doors once again at London Olympia – the capital’s premier exhibition space.
Joining for the first time to support next year’s show, European Coffee Expo would like to thank and welcome:
Baxter Storey’s national barista trainer Don Altizo
Black Sheep Coffee’s commercial director Sanjay Bowry
Café Royal’s head of coffee Darren Elliot
Caffe Nero’s head of operations at Nero Express Paul Darlison
De Vere’s director of food and beverage Tom McCarthy
DFDS’ food & beverage category manager Dave Lewis
The Elan Group’s founder of Latte Art Bar & head of coffee Joao Almeida
GAIL’s Artisan Bakery’s coffee manager Jessica Worden
The Gentlemen Barista’s director and founder Henry Ayers
InterContinental London Park Lane’s director of food & beverage Tony Mosca
The Watch House founder Roland Horne
Notes Coffee Roasters & Wine Bar’s co-founders Robert Robinson & Fabio Ferreira
Paddy & Scott’s founder and CEO Scott Russell
Press Coffee’s co-founder Andy Wells
7Grs’ managing director Gianni Romagno
Soho Coffee Co’s head of innovation Hannah Hughes
They join the existing Steering Panel members: Angel Hill Foods’ Tim Sturk; Artisan’s Magda and Edwin Harrison; BEAR’s Craig Bunting Caravan’s Laura Harper-Hinton; Compass Group’s Sonia Louro Carvalho; Costa Express’s Tim Cox; Fernandez & Wells Rick Wells; Good & Proper Tea’s Josh Mordecai; Grind’s David Abrahamovitch; Harris + Hoole’s Josh Brown; Harrods’ Bartosz Ciepaj; Kaffeine’s Peter Dore-Smith; John Lewis’ Chantal Lontay; The Langham’s Ashley Saxton; and the SCA’s Owen Thom.