MICE returns with the World Coffee Championships in September 2022 .
The coffee world will once again descend on Melbourne this September, when the World Barista Championship and World Brewers Cup return to MICE from 27-30 September.
We thank all of our Sponsors, Exhibitors and Partners that have continued to support MICE over the past two years and look forward to welcoming the coffee industry together post-COVID.
MICE is known throughout the Asia Pacific as the largest and most exciting dedicated coffee event. Established in 2012, it has become a must-attend event for everyone in the coffee community.
Regularly attracting over 11,000 attendees, MICE connects café owners, roasters, equipment manufacturers, service suppliers and more to facilitate real business opportunities. The expo provides a wealth of networking opportunities alongside Melbourne Coffee Week – the best week of the year!
MICE2022 will be worth the wait.
MICE runs daily from 27-30 September 2022, 10am until 5pm*.
* Please note that the coffee competitions will start earlier and may run later than the official show hours, and attendees will be permitted to access the competition areas outside of official hours to watch any early competitors.
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