Membership is open to all individuals or businesses which are engaged in specialty coffee commerce for the New Zealand market.
Open to individuals or businesses that are directly engaged in the New Zealand specialty coffee industry.
Awarded to individuals who have distinguished themselves in terms of making a significant contribution to the New Zealand specialty coffee industry.
Each member has one vote. Voting includes the election of the Board at each AGM and any item that might be put forth from time to time.
Board & Committee representation
Each member is entitled to stand for election on the Board of the NZSCA and to put their names forth for committee selection. There is one place on the Board for Allied membership representation.
All members may use the NZSCA Member logo on specified collateral
Roasting company members may promote their brand or business as coffee roasted in New Zealand through the common logo of the Association. Guidelines>
All members shall have their membership recognised on the NZSCA website with their company logo and link to their company website.
Social Media Role Advertisements
All members shall be able to advertise coffee industry roles to our other members on our Social Media pages. Terms and Conditions apply. Contact email@example.com to tell us about your job opportunities.
All members shall receive the NZSCA e-newsletters.
The NZSCA provides a focused voice for the specialty coffee industry in New Zealand and facilitates communication of industry issues to the public and media were pertinent and relevant.
Event invitations & participation
Invitations to member-only events such as the NZSCA AGM and other networking events
Preferential bookings for industry events such as the NZSCA Symposium
Discounted booking rates for events such as Professional Development courses
The NZSCA runs of a number of industry events such as the NZ Barista Championship, NZ Latte Art Championship and NZ Cup Tasters Championship.
All membership events and activities are an excellent forum for members to network and interact with coffee roasters, companies and people involved in the industry from within New Zealand and abroad.
The NZSCA runs a program of internationally recognised professional development courses that cover three disciplines – coffee preparation, coffee grading and evaluation, coffee roasting and processing.
The NZSCA has special supplier relationships that can lead to discounts or special rates for members.
Recognition of contribution & excellence
The NZSCA recognises excellence in the coffee industry via Championship events (Barista, Cup Tasters, Latte Art, Coffee In Good Spirits), Recognition Awards and the NZSCA member sponsorship fund.
Annual Membership Dues
Dues for membership are determined by the company’s annual turnover and are self-nominating:
Less than $1M – $300.00 + GST
$1M – $3M – $600.00 + GST
Over $3M – $1200.00 + GST
Please note that the membership period is aligned with the Association’s financial year which runs from 1 April to 31 March. Fees are reviewed annually.
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