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Is Technivorm Moccamaster worth the price?

Is Technivorm Moccamaster worth the price?

by on August 9, 2019

The love for coffee can be considered a universal affection shared by everyone around the world.

As technological advancements allow us to brew coffee right at our kitchen, the quest of most coffee lovers is finding a coffee maker that is durable and makes a great coffee. With environmental concerns arising due to the uncontrolled disposal of plastics, a new criterion is being added – being an eco-friendly product.


How to make your coffee shop more approachable

How to make your coffee shop more approachable

by on July 25, 2017

Coffee is big business. In addition to the hundreds of Starbucks, Costa Coffee, and Caffè Nero locations across the UK, there are thousands of independently-run cafes on high streets, little side roads, shopping centres, and just about any place where coffee is needed.

This is great for consumers, as they have access to this addictive and delicious beverage whenever they please, but what about for the small business owners getting off the ground? How are they coping with all the competition that surrounds them?


How to run a startup from a coffee shop … @StartUpBritain

by on October 30, 2015

Practical advice here for entrepreneurs looking to startup with limited funds!

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Here’s a clever idea for Small Business Saturday UK

by on July 29, 2013

A homeworkers; 'speed-networking' coffee morning - find a local coffee shop, and invite loads of small businesses along. Give them each 3 minutes to chat to each other, just like speed-dating...
Small Business Saturday UK:
It'll connect people who otherwise may be a bit isolated, be a bit of fun, will provide the coffee shop with some extra income, and hopefully will create some great business relationships too!


Fresh news about Waitrose, Mark Price, Ocado, OKA, Starbucks, Viscountess Astor

by on June 23, 2013

The managing director of Waitrose, Mark Price, has moved to cool the war of words with Ocado by stating that the grocer wants to continue its contract with the online retailer.

Last month Mr Price voiced his concerns about Ocado'sa tie up with Morrisons and warned that Waitrose’s legal team planned to study the contract. Ocado hit back, saying that Waitrose was uncomfortable with the fact Ocado was now a “grown-up” business. The exchanges sparked speculation that Waitrose could look to end its contract with Ocado, which runs to 2020, but has a break clause in 2017, and allows Ocado to sell Waitrose products. [more…]