The Millennials & Indonesian Coffee Connection
with Harian Kompas
16:30 - 17:00
<p>It's safe to say that coffee is now a basis of life. However, it's beyond merely consuming it. The whole coffee industry is also about the business and education. While it's on the rise, we should not forget about its production process, starting from the beans cultivation until the cups are served to your table.</p>
<p>Let's discover all about the coffee production and connection with Cornelius Helmy of Harian Kompas and Dery Adiprasatya at JCF 2018!</p>
with Titi Kamal, RinRin Marinka, and Rozma Suhardi
18:40 - 19:20
<p>As defined by Oxford, an entrepreneur is "a person who builds and operates a business, taking on greater risks than normal to do so". That being said, a womanpreneur is a female figure who visions herself as a risk-taker to pursue her dreams by launching her own business.<p>
<p>Listen to Titi Kamal, Rinrin Marinka, Rozma Suhardi as they will be taking us to their journey of being womanpreneurs, and how they have paved their ways to success.</p>
Couple In The Kitchen
with Rishi Naleendra & Manuela
19:30 - 20:30
How's it like to work together with your spouse, especially in the kitchen? What?s the schedule like? What are the challenges? Inspired by their fond love of cooking, Rishi Naleendra and Manuela decided to channel their passion into a Michelin-starred establishment, Cheek by Jowl. They will be sharing their experiences of working together as the leaders of the kitchen, as well as tips on how to manage the relationship well.
A Worthwhile Experience of Cooking Competitions
with Ben Ungermann, Thitid “Ton” Tassanakajoh & Revo
14:30 - 15:30
Intense challenges, critical judges, aggressive competitors. Have you ever wondered how it'd be like to become a participant at a culinary competition TV show, such as MasterChef? Ben Ungermann, Ton Tassanakajohn and Revo will be sharing their experiences of participating at MasterChef/Top Chef, and you'll discover that it's way beyond merely cooking.
Buka Rahasia Sang Juara bersama Juara Partner GO-FOOD
15:20 - 16:00
A trend that has shaped food consumer behavior is undoubtedly food delivery service. When we talk about it, GO-FOOD is at the top of our minds. Join three GO-FOOD partners, who will be sharing their experiences with GO-FOOD and how it has shaped their businesses in a positive manner.
How to Take an Insta-worthy Food Photo
with Steven Wang, Caroline Tan, Filipus Verdi, and Windy Iwandi
16:40 - 17:20
<p>The social media hype is real! Today, one of the most used channels to amplify your brand or restaurant is undoubtedly social media, especially Instagram. The question is: how to keep increasing the amount of double-taps on our posts? How to take a mouthwatering and scroll-stopping photo of food?</p>
<p>Experts in the field, Steven Wang, Caroline Tan, Filipus Verdi and Windy Iwandi will be sharing some tips and tricks on how to nail it.</p>
Michelin Magic with the Michelin-Starred Chef
with Rishi Naleendra & Manjunath Mural
17:15 - 18:15
The Michelin Guide is arguably the most prestigious rating system in the realm of culinary. For a long time now, the guide has contributed to the success of chefs and restaurants arond the world. Thus, what does it take to earn a Michelin star for a restaurant? How do a Michelin-starred restaurant maintain its quality? Michelin-starred chefs Rishi Naleendra & Manjunath Mural will discuss the topic and give you a better idea on how to work the magic to qualify.
Clean Eating: The Myths & The Truths
with Helga, Max, and Tri Wahyuni Kurniaputri
17:40 - 18:20
As the term "clean eating" is on the rise everywhere, it is important to know what it actually means. On a surface level, it is a style of eating where one avoids refined and processed food, and consistently consumes natural and fresh products. The truth is there are other things beyond merely consuming organic products. Helga & Max of Burgreens, Annabella - social media influencer and your hippest juice bar in town: Sejuice Me will take you to an in-depth look at the meaning of "clean eating", and how to do it properly, exclusively at JCF.
Jamu New Wave by Kompas.com
with Dr Andria Agusta & Jony Yuwono
13:00 - 13:30
The Indonesian traditional drink, jamu, is no longer made by conventional methods and sold by “mbok-mbok” who carries it at their back. At this day and age, various kinds of jamu made by brewing and mixing methods, similar to coffee and cocktail. Explore the magical world of modern jamu with Kompas.com!
Building Community Through Coffee
with with Jason Leo of Ombe Kofie
14:00 - 14:30
Coffee is a community builder. We can validate it by seeing how coffee shops have become places where diverse kinds of communities gather. Therefore, the trend in coffee significantly determines how these communities grow and how their environment adapts to new varieties and types.
Our friends from Ombe Kofie will share everything you would like to know about building a coffee-based community through a special talkshow, and you'll be surprised of what positive impacts coffee would bring to our communities!
Foodpreneurs: How to Become A Food Innovator
with William Sudhana, Ibu Nanik & Reinard
16:40 - 17:20
With the high level of competition in the food industry, starting your own business might be challenging at first. Where you start is perhaps the biggest question that you might have repeatedy asked yourself. Discover the tips and tricks on paving your way to success as a foodpreneur with William Sudhana of tot.aw, Ibu Nanik, Bams of Fit Lokal and Reinard of Mangia.
Food Trends 2018 with Go-Food Data Experts
<p>What are the main factors that shape food trends in 2018? How are consumers' preferences different from last year?</p>
<p>The team from GO-FOOD Business Intelligence division will be packing all the insights and information you want to know about food trends, wrapped in a special talk show. Get inspired and don't miss out!</p>
Eat It for the Gram
with Yuda Bustara, Chef Pricil, Marco Ivanos, and MichimomoWilliam Sudhana, Ibu Nanik & Reinard
17:40 - 18:20
<p>Social media has been significantly utilized to win and influence people. With the growing number of influencers, there must be certain rules to follow, and indeed certain tricks to win. What are those? How to become effective?</p>
<p>At JCF 2018, Yuda Bustara, Momo Morizka, Michimomo, Aaron Shahab will be serving a special talkshow about how food and lifestyle correlate with one another, and how food remains as one of the most popular subjects when it comes to social media</p>
Developing Your Coffee Shop in the Growing Industry
with Yuda Bustara, Chef Pricil, Marco Ivanos, & Michimomo
14:00 - 14:30
<p> to coffee shops has been the continuous trend in big urban cities in Indonesia, especially in Jakarta, for quite a while now. It can be both exciting and challenging to build and develop a coffee shop in Indonesia, especially now that the industry continues to grow at full tilt. </p>
<p>At a talkshow with Jason Leo of Ombe Kofie, you'll discover that in order to stand out in a thriving coffee shop scene, you need something beyond your passion to keep developing your own coffee shop.</p>
Taking Your Food Brand to the Next Level
with Billy Oscar, Andrew Yaputra & Edi Hartono Liem
16:40 - 17:20
With the rapid rise of food brands in the country, you might have been hit with the same doubts over and over again: what will make your brand special? How can it stand out among a sea of other brands in the same industry?
Learn the know-how of taking your brand to the next level through a special talkshow with Billy Oscar, Andrew Yaputra, Edi Hartono Liem and moderator Captain Ruby.
Sustainability in Culinary
with Ratna Kartadjoemena & Talita Setyadi
17:15 - 18:15
We all can agree that sustainability in the culinary industry is a good thing. However, in order to move forward, we need to have a clear understanding on what it really means to be sustainable in the growing industry. How do we implement the discipline in a proper way? What are the trends?
Everything you need to know about it, from the fundamentals to the issues, will be discussed here with Ratna Kartadjoemena of Potato Head Family and Talita Setyadi of BEAU, with moderator Sarah Deshita of Ismaya Live.
A Closer Look at the Coffee Culture in Indonesia
with Irvan Helmi, Filosofi Kopi, Aga, Johnny Lima, Ken Basuki, and Hendri Kurniawan
17:40 - 18:20
<p>From local to imported beans, from online delivery system to hanging out at coffee shops, Indonesia has seen a rapid movement in the cultures of coffee-drinking across the country. The trend has also given birth to the different types of unique consumer behaviors.</p>
<p>What will be the upcoming trends? How do coffee shop owners define their strategies to manage relationships with customers? A special talkshow session with Aston of Common Grounds, Jonathan Liman of Smoking Barrels, and Abimantra of Kopi Sana will get you in-depth on the current coffee culture in Indonesia, with moderator Tedjo Odjet.</p>