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ClinkClink are full of beans being back at the London Coffee Festival with Starbucks

Published on Friday, 1st May 2015

ClinkClink are delighted to be returning to the London Coffee Festival with Starbucks and Fuse Sports + Entertainment for the 3rd consecutive year.

ClinkClink are delighted to be returning to the London Coffee Festival with Starbucks and Fuse Sports + Entertainment. This will be the third consecutive year delivering the exhibition stand for the brand, having won the award for the Best Stand Design in the first year.

Working closely with the Starbucks store design team, ClinkClink have interpreted their concepts to create a physical and workable design that has now come to life at the event (which opens to the industry today and then to the public on Friday evening). It has been a great collaborative experience working through the creative options with all the teams to come up with the final design which looks fantastic.

Each beautiful and intricate element of the stand has taken its inspiration from natural textures, incorporating materials like timber, leather and linen in to the design. The interactive stand is split into a range of different bars and areas with differing activities for visitors to engage with. The overall aim is to showcase Starbucks’ innovation around coffee with the event also providing the ideal opportunity to promote the launch of the Starbucks Reserve brand to the European market as well as their new cold brew offering.

Jimmy Curtis, senior marketing manager of Starbucks UK, said: "This is the fourth year Starbucks has exhibited at the London Coffee Festival and we’re thrilled to be back showcasing what we do best.

"We’re really excited to be unveiling our new Starbucks Reserve brand in Europe for the first time at the festival, as well as being the first UK coffee chain to bring cold brew to the high street, also launched in stores this week."

Being held at the Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London from today until the 3rd May the festival will officially launch UK Coffee Week. Set to attract over 22,000 visitors it will feature artisan coffee and gourmet food stalls, tastings, demonstrations from world-class baristas, live entertainment and music in its uniquely themed zones.