Registration is now open for the annual World Tea Expo, which promises to be better than ever. Classes are more relevant and of a higher quality; and people who register early will receive some discounts.
Early Bird registration runs through April 28. Early registrants can save as much as $300 dollars. All retailers, distributors, hospitality workers and educators who register early will get free admission to the exhibit hall. Entrance costs $75 dollars for those who register after April 28. Additional early bird discounts for conference classes and workshops exist, too.
This year’s expo offers more packages. The Tea Guru Pass is a brand new pass, which includes both workshops, all sessions, two focus tastings and two skill-building classes. The Tea Guru Pass is the best way to get the most out of the expo. A Full Conference Pass includes exhibit hall admission and all conference classes. This pass is a great option for people who plan to purchase more than three conference classes.
Some unique offerings at the expo are the Tea Business Boot Camp and the World Origin Tasting Tour. The Tea Business Boot Camp covers important topics tea entrepreneurs face. The World Origin Tasting Tour will take registrants on a global sensory tour as attendees learn about teas from East Asia, Nepal, India, Sri Lanka and Hawaii.
A new networking event has also been added to the expo’s schedule. It offers attendees an opportunity to connect with other industry leaders. This event is open to all who register for the expo.
For more details, go to worldteaexpo.com and click on “Registration” and the top right corner of the page.