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The Canadian Coffee & Tea Expo and the Canadian National Barista Championship will be held September 24th and 25th, 2006 at the Vancouver Convention & Exhibition Centre.
The Expo is offering a number of exhibitor and partnership opportunities. The event's organizer reports that there is still exhibit space available and its new sponsorship programs offer numerous ways for participants to connect with attendees of the Expo and the Canadian National Barista Championship.
The Canadian National Barista Championship (CNBC), being held in conjunction with the Expo, is the only endorsed event in Canada celebrating professional achievement in the world of espresso beverage preparation and service. As part of the 2006 championship, there will be three regional barista championships held in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver respectively, prior to the championship. The winner of the National Championship will go on to represent Canada at the 2007 World Championship.
The Canadian Barista & Coffee Academy will present hands-on barista training seminars in all three cities. Some of North America's top barista trainers will provide hands on instruction in the art of espresso making. The Toronto Regional Barista Championship & Barista Training will be held June 1st and 2nd, 2006 in Toronto, June 4th and 5th in Montreal; and July 18th to 20th in Vancouver.
The Canadian Coffee & Tea Expo 2006 will offer a full slate of seminars and workshops. Participants can learn more about the products they buy and sell, and the latest trends from the show's team of experts and educators. Included this year are all-day start-up seminars for those interested in setting up their own coffee or tea operation.
A complete list of seminars and workshops, registration for Expo 2006 and registration for the Canadian Barista Championship is available at www.coffee-expo.com. For additional information call the Canadian Coffee and Tea Expo at 416-784-5210, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.