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The internet is arguably the most influential invention of the modern era. People are more connected than ever, as information, ideas, and knowledge spread at the click of a button.

Society’s reliance on virtual communication has led to a decrease in face-to-face interaction, but the internet can also act as a powerful tool to organise events and bring communities together.

Melbourne International Coffee Expo’s (MICE) Melbourne Coffee Week (MCW) aims to do just that by leveraging modern connectivity to unite the domestic coffee scene for an

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