NEWS & PUBLICATIONS
In the News section, the EVA publishes items on important industry news, upcoming events, and announcements including welcoming new Members.
In the Press Room you can find all the press releases on the latest news of the Association. It is also a good source of information for any person involved in the vending industry in order to keep up to date with developments at the EVA.
EVA Media Partners
The EVA has has taken steps to strengthen its relationship with the main publications that report on the vending and coffee service industry. The EVA Media Partners can be viewed and consulted on the Media Partners Page.
The EU newsletter is published every month, exclusively for our Members. It is a summary of the EVA’s lobbying activities during that period, with the goal to provide an update on relevant European Union legislation news and initiatives. The EU Newsletter also covers outcomes from important meetings the EVA or its Committees have held.
It is translated into several languages, and distributed electronically to Members.
The EVA Flash
The EVA Flash is an electronic Newsletter, sent bi-monthly straight to your email address.
It contains extracts of the most important coffee service and vending news during the relevant period, linked to our website. It saves you time as you will receive all the relevant EVA and industry news delivered straight to your inbox, and there you can pick and choose which articles you wish to get more information on.
You normally need to be a Member to receive the EVA Flash, as some content may require you to log in to the Members-Only section of the website. However, if you are an industry journalist or media partner, please get in contact with us.
The 24/7 blog
The EVA has a Blog for relaxed discussion about the subjects that really matter to you, including insights into various coffee service and vending markets.
Guides and Position Papers
The European Vending Association develops Guides and leaflets to ensure the industry is in a position to have common parameters.
In addition, detailed Position papers are written on particular issues, generally concerning future changes or proposals from the European Commission and European Parliament.