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    • ISBN:9781472135971
    • Publication date:17 Dec 2015

Wake Up and Sell More Coffee

Fresh Ways to Make Money from Your Coffee Business

By John Richardson and Hugh Gilmartin

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A follow-up book to the author's first popular book, Wake and Smell the Profit, this book is designed to show the best advice, for aspiring or existing coffee shops, from a selection of some of the best coffee shops and industry experts in the world.

These experts and coffee shop owners seek to answer two main questions:
1. What is the one thing they wish they'd known before they started
2. What is the secret to success of their business and of great coffee shops and cafés in general.

Some of these owners have just one site and some have multiple sites and worldwide success but all are acknowledged as being exceptional.

Biographical Notes

John Richardson is an author, coach and consultant to the hospitality industry where he specialises in helping coffee shop owners increase profits and make their businesses run more efficiently. He has worked with everything from single site operators to chains with multiple sites and turnovers in the hundreds of millions. Before becoming an advisor to the industry John built and sold a wide range of hospitality businesses on his own behalf - including sandwich bars, coffee shops, restaurants, bars and garden centres. His first job, at the age of 14, was cleaning tables at Morelli's famous ice cream café in Portstewart. So it's fair to say that the industry is in his blood.

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  • ISBN: 9781472135964
  • Publication date: 17 Dec 2015
  • Page count: 176
  • Imprint: Robinson
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