Roasted By Bureaux with Tim Williams

Tim Williams is the Founder of Bureaux Collective — Australia’s first shared coffee roasting workspace.

Over a 20-year career, Tim has developed and led renowned specialty coffee brands like Square Mile Coffee Roasters (London) and Intelligentsia Coffee and Tea (Los Angeles) across three continents, focusing on building quality-driven coffee sourcing, roasting, and retailing operations.

Today, Tim lives in Melbourne and divides his time between running Bureaux Collective, the World AeroPress Championship and directing a charity in Rwanda.


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Barista Hustle with Matt Perger

Barista, Roaster, Green Coffee Buyer and Researcher, Matt Perger is a true purveyor of coffee. He’s won multiple competitions, including the World Brewers Cup in 2012, World Coffee in Good Spirits Competition in 2014 and placed twice in the World Barista Championship – third in 2011 and second in 2013.

Matt is often recognised in the coffee industry for his publication, Barista Hustle. He’s a partner at Sensory Lab Coffee Roasters and also works with St Ali in Melbourne, Australia. 

In Matt’s words, he loves ‘details, science and taste’.


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Marketing and Market Lane with Fleur Studd

Co-Founder and Director of Market Lane Coffee and Melbourne Coffee Merchants – Fleur Studd – is a regular speaker at Victorian food industry events. She has previously sat on awards panels like the Melbourne Food and Wine Hostplus Scholarship is a often a university guest speaker and panelist on innovation with other industry leaders.

She was the recipient of the 2015 Melbourne Food and Wine Festival Trailblazer Award and in 2016, was the State Finalist for Ernst & Young’s Businessperson of the Year. She’s worked with companies like Disney and lastminute.com in a marketing capacity before moving into specialty coffee and received the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence in her Arts and Commerce degrees at the University of Melbourne.


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