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Agrimoney.com is seeking coffee correspondents

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Agrimoney.com is seeking correspondents to help it expand its coffee coverage.

The award-winning agricultural business website stepped up its coffee reporting this week to mark the first International Coffee Day, and Global Coffee Forum.

Now we are seeking to develop it further – which will require insight from coffee correspondents around the world, particularly in the major coffee-growing nations.

The roles, which are envisaged as being part-time, will require rapid comprehension of often complex topics, and the ability, discretion and determination to source often sensitive business information.

You will need to be able to write in English, quickly and accurately, as well as gather information in the language of the country you are in.

Knowledge of coffee, and contacts in the sector, helpful but not essential.

If you are interested, please send your CV to Louise Read at louise.read@briefingmedia.com

By Agrimoney.com

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