Call for Speakers and Vendors

A bad day with coffee is better than a good day without it.

— Unknown

The 2020 Caffeine Con is looking for speakers and vendors. The only requirement is that your topic involves caffeine. Selling a specialty coffee? Sharing samples of different teas? Showcasing your paintings of coffee beans or statues made of energy drink cans? Great! As long as it involves caffeine, you’re welcome here.

VENDOR – You will get a small table (if you have one of your own, great!) upon which you can set up your display. Got a blind taste-test idea? Want to highlight the difference between two types of tea or two kinds of coffee? Want to educate attendees on a particular topic? Got a collection of decorative coffee cups to sell?

You are limited only by your imagination.

Please note if your display involves health claims, you will need to provide citations to medical journals or peer-reviewed studies. We acknowledge and embrace a difference in opinions when it comes to certain caffeinated beverages but at this event our goal is to promote facts, not fear.

SPEAKER – You will have 10 minutes on a small stage to share your passion. Humor is encouraged. You are not required to register as a vendor but note all vendors get the option to speak for at least 5 minutes.

Next Steps

If you’d like to be a speaker and/or a vendor, use the button below and fill out the form.

Not sure if you qualify? Contact


Published by greeneyedguide

Danielle Robertson Rath is the leading authority on the science behind caffeine and energy drinks. Best-selling author of How to Get Sh*t Done When You Feel Like Sh*t. Host of the Caffeine at Midnight podcast. Founder of GreenEyedGuide Research and Consulting. Danielle’s been studying caffeine and energy drinks since 2003. Danielle earned her bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry/Chemistry from the University of California San Diego. She earned her master’s degree in Food Science/Food Chemistry from the University of California Davis. Since the beginning of the “Energy Drink Boom”, Danielle wanted to be a resource – a guide – for people with questions about energy drinks. In fact, this is how she got the name “GreenEyedGuide”. Her mission is to help people work better, sleep better, and feel better.

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