The Hospital Clubs The Bigger Picture Series - Simon Coley and Albert Tucker of Karma Cola

The Hospital Clubs The Bigger Picture Series - Simon Coley and Albert Tucker of Karma Cola

As part of The Hospital Club’s The Bigger Picture series* we get the chance to sit with Karma Cola, a sustainable producer who aim to give back to the people who discovered the cola nut.

Doors for 2.45pm for 3.15pm start

There are 1.8 billion Coca-Cola branded drinks consumed globally every day. However, the cruel irony is that communities who discovered cola in West Africa have never benefitted from an ingredient that gave the world’s most popular soft drink its name This injustice didn’t sit right with the Karma Cola founders, so they set out to create a drink everybody could enjoy: from the consumers all the way back to the farmers producing the ingredients. Named the World’s Fairest Trader, come and hear how Karma Cola is attempting to disrupt the soft drinks industry by showing that doing business the right way, is the only way to do business right.

About The Event

We’ll split cola and take you on a journey to the rainforest in West Africa. You will get to hear about their distinctive design cues and sample Karma Cola's drinks - including the new Sugar-Free Karma Cola available at Jamie’s Italian and the new Chill Karma Cola which they’ve brewed exclusively for Wahaca. And to spice up the afternoon, Karma Cola’s mixologist will create some cracking cocktails!

Simon Coley, co-founder of Karma Cola and Albert Tucker, Chair of the Karma Cola Foundation, will be on hand to answer any questions you might have.




To view a piece published about Karma Cola on our blog recently, click here

*The Bigger Picture

Through innovation, creativity and collaboration, these events aim to generate engagement with key social, economic, and environmental issues and inspire creative thinking for building a more sustainable future.

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Time & Date

Wednesday, 1 November 2017, 02:45 PM - Wednesday, 1 November 2017, 04:45 PM


24 Endell St, London WC2H 9HQ

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Free - Registration required