The entire HORECA universe will be meeting up for the 41st edition of HostMilano. From bars and pastry shops to restaurants and ice cream parlours, tableware and furniture suppliers. In HostMilano, the packed menu of coffee-related events kicks off with
Tag: Baristas & Coffee Shops
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?
Why should you invest in your barista? 5 reasons why you should invest in barista training according to our Opinion Leader, Vanessa Lee.
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.
Christmas and New Year are one of those times when you can really use the season to take more money, but planning is essential. Here you are 7 Advice tips for helppinghelping your coffee business at Christmas.
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?
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.
In China, some market conditions are different. A low number of coffee shops compared to the population, especially in large towns, and the boost in coffee consumption (at two-digits) in particular out of home.
The hot coffee delivery is, therefore, a new opportunity to satisfy the large coffee demand.
At the moment, there is no available data to see if the delivery system will be appreciated by customers, the fact is that the giant coffee chain Starbucks is also moving towards signing a partnership with Alibaba, China’s largest online retailer, to launch delivery services in September. The new deal will see Starbucks integrate a “virtual store” in online shopping and payment apps.
The hot coffee delivery model, launched by the Chinese company Luckin, is fueling the debate among operators: May this new model change coffee habits?