The phenomenal growth of coffee shops (in the UK, but also globally) has consequently meant a rise in energy consumption and the production of waste. It’s estimated that 500,000 tonnes of coffee waste is produced in the UK each year, and 7 million disposable coffee cups each day. It is estimated that less than 1% of these coffee cups are recycled. After the issue reached the mainstream media last year as part of Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall’s ‘war on waste’ there have been many developments.
One of the most common ways in which coffee shops engage in the circular economy is [Sign in to continue]
According to dailycoffeenews.com, Christian Etzinger, an engineer from Austria, got the idea of designing a coffee grinder in which the inner burr remains fixed and a motor-driven ring burr spins around it, which is opposite to the norm of a
According to dailycoffeenews.com, Cafelat is a manufacturer which designs various coffee accessories like milk pitchers, silicon gaskets and many others. This year, they are announcing a completely new, amazing Cafelat Robot. What makes this espresso making Robot unique is that it
Are you using Instagram for your cafe, coffee shop or roastery because you think you have to be on there…? Do you actually know if your customer base is active on Instagram? What kinds of people are following you on the photo and video driven
The first Coffee Shop Bootcamp will be held at Union Hand-Roasted Coffee’s brand new Campus in London over three days from 20th September 2017. It will cover everything from developing your niche to location, funding, property, design, suppliers, menu, people, marketing and
Besides the sachets of instant coffee – a section of coffee industry that is highly popular in Asia, another coffee segment seems to be gaining popularity in Southeast Asia: the coffee pods. The market for coffee pods in Asia is on the rise according to en.netralnews.com and channelnewsasia.com.
Though Asia is one of the world’s regions that still hold great potential for growth of coffee industry, [Sign in to continue]
This is a new piece of research which highlights another important function of café spaces – as places not only of co-working for independent workers, but as places where business and work takes place more generally.
The discount voucher website MyVoucherCodes has recently released some data which suggests that:
4/5 people in the UK have spent at least 3 ½ hours working from a coffee shop each week;
1/3 have closed a business deal (with an average value of [sign in to continue]
Coffee Shop Start-Up Bootcamp is launched by John Richardson and Andrew & Claire Bowen (CoffeeBI’s Opinion Leaders) in association with Union Hand-Roasted Coffee, to give Independent coffee shops the tools to fight the chains. John Richardson is a best-selling author and coffee shop consultant.
Recently I took my car to my local garage for a MOT, the while-you-wait type, and while I was waiting, I needed to answer the call of nature. The garage itself was typical of these kinds of places, on an