About The İCF

hakkinda 2 No doubt one of the most enjoyable aspects of being a city dweller is to attend, experience, and support all the activities contributing to the city culture.

To this end, Istanbul a.k.a. a cultural capital offers very rich experiences to city dwellers. Providing these experiences offered by the city’s own natural texture and richness with new things that will feed this very texture and blending these new things with different experiences are the first steps to creating a new city culture.

İSTANBUL COFFEE FESTIVAL, which started it’s city journey in the historical Galata Greek School, continued this journey at Haydarpaşa Terminal in it’s second year and at KüçükÇiftlik Park in it’s third year. Of course it’s no coincidence that this journey started and continued in places that are the carriers of a mutual city memory and culture. Offering a new festival experience to consumers by bringing specialty coffee and its culture together with the city texture, İstanbul Coffee Festival is very happy to be the creator and carrier of such culture that has been enriching and growing thanks to the participation of thousands of city dwellers from day one.

İstanbul Coffee Festival, which put the qualification- and experience-oriented communication in the center of all its approaches, is getting ready to celebrate it’s fourth year with the strength it takes from coffee sector professionals and creators, as well as all the consumers who support this culture to maintain its existence. It welcomes a brand new year when it will add to the coffee giving life to the entire sector and the moments waking us up in life. See you at KüçükÇiftlik Park on September 21-24!

Venue
Istanbul KüçükÇiftlik Park is a culture and entertainment center in Istanbul. It’s located in heart of İstanbul.

Date & Session İnformation

Entries for visitors will be presented in two different sessions of four hours on September 21 – 22 – 23 -24, 2016.

21 September Thursday
1.session : 10:00 – 14:00
2.session : 15:00 – 19:00

22 September Friday
1.session : 10:00 – 14:00
2.session : 15:00 – 19:00

23 September Saturday
1.session : 10:00 – 14:00
2.session : 15:00 – 19:00

24 September Sunday
1.session : 10:00 – 14:00
2.session : 15:00 – 19:00

Consumer Profile

ABC1 20 – 50 years of age discerning coffee & tea lovers and avid foodies, professional baristas, coffee shop owner, top industry decision makers, service sectors, professionals of coffee sector, newcomer entrepreneurs and everyone who are related with the old and new coffee culture, professionally or pleasure.

Exhibitor Profile

Global producers of coffee and machine manufacturers, farms, farm unions, importers, merchants, coffee & coffee roasters, coffee shops, tea, snacks, chocolate brands, Juice & soft drinks, dairy, bakeries & specialty food, confectionary, consumer & home products.

F.A.Q.

Safety

For your safety every festival zone will have a dedicated Security Steward. If you see any problems or incidents please report them to our stewards, security staff or the police.

First Aid

Qualified first aiders are available throughout the event. In the first instance please contact a member of security.

Fire Procedure

A fire marshalling system is employed. In the event of fire or evacuation please follow the fire marshal’s direction.

Information Point

There will be two Information points located at the event. Please refer to the festival map or ask a member of onsite staff.

Lost property

Please hand any found property to a member of the onsite event team, at an Information Point or entrance/exit. After the event property will be kept for three months and can be claimed by calling

Will there be photography & filming?

Yes. All official photographers and film crew will have identification.

Photography, video, audio recording and children

The safeguarding of children is our first priority when using recorded content. We adhere closely to the NSPCC’s guidelines on the use of images and video online, taking special care to protect a child’s privacy and never identify children by name unless we have specific permission to do so.

Public Photography and Video Filming

We are sure you will understand that we wish to protect the integrity of the festival and exhibitors. If you are going to take pictures or film with a video camera or a mobile phone camera you need to follow some common sense rules. In essence you are free to record your own visit to the Festival for your own personal home use. You will not be able to sell any photos or moving images of the festival for commercial or other gain. Please respect the privacy of other Festival attendees who may not want to be filmed. Please do not bring any professional equipment with you and please be aware of health and safety issues.