Revenue Boost: Office Coffee Is Not Dead
A subscription revenue opportunity for cafes / roasters / online stores.
Clearly there are not many people working in offices right now.
That doesn’t mean companies aren’t treating their employees with remote work care packages. I’ve seen companies send their teams tasty nibbles, gear for their home offices, and – yes – coffee.
For Coffee Shops
Sell delivery packages to local companies who want to buy a nice, barista-made coffee beverage for their employees once or twice per week.
Coffee + pastry = happy employee
Make customers order ahead so you have at least a day to prep the order and map the delivery route.
Remote working teams have a fun collective activity, companies can still build morale, and you have repeatable income you can rely on for the next several weeks.
For Coffee Roasters
Sell home coffee starter packages to companies who want to give their employees a way to make A+ coffee at home.
Bag of beans + hand grinder + french press = home barista
Making french press coffee is simple, and it’s a collective activity everyone in the company can enjoy together (while social distancing).
Is this spurring any more ideas on your end? Let me know!
I’d love to share them here.
Hey 👋 I'm Garrett Oden
Freelance Coffee Marketer
I'm a coffee industry native who works with coffee brands around the world to create and execute captivating marketing strategies.
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