Which are the different types of coffee in demand and how can you create your little extra touch in order to acquire competitive advantage in the market?
Category: Baristas & Coffee Shops
Coffee shops use many ways to engage their clients. One of that are loyalty cards distributed by baristas. But what is the destination of those paper cards?
Find out what are the points to keep in mind when you choose a coffee grinder, whether integrated or separated one, according to your needs.
Will automation improve the quality and consistency of coffee – such that the role of barista will disappear? And what will be the new role that the coffee shops will play?
There are different ways to prepare coffee and choosing the brewing method will never be easer. How do you know which method is the best?
These infographic tries to shed light on these different coffee brewing methods.
Customers often ask “Is it worth to pay extra for just a cup of coffee?”
Many customers ignore the fact that a cup of specialty coffee has much more value than they may see it on the outside. It’s a work of a collective craftsmanship which has a lot of hard work behind the scene. So, your customers should understand what they are paying for, when they are enjoying a cup of ‘expensive’ coffee.
Coffee is one of the most competitive industries in the country, and with corporate giants seemingly dominating the market. But, there are plenty of ways to get a leg up, and boosting customer loyalty is one of them.
How much do you think a barista invests in marketing? According to research conducted by Barista Magazine, 70% of bar owners invest less than $100 per month in marketing in the United States and this is likely lower in Europe.
New research has discovered that people tend to visit a maximum of 25 different places on a regular basis. Once they have found a place they are comfortable with they tend to stick with that place, whether it’s a gym,
Can water have a huge influence on the way coffee tastes? It has always been clear that, with it being 98% water, water is the most important ingredient in coffee preparation, but, nowaday,s its importance is clearly definable by Specialty