Rank #1: #42 Starting a Coffee Brand - Sales - Where to sell your product
Where to sell your coffee? What shall be your wholesale price? Is Amazon or grocery stores the answer for your sales? We decided to share our experience from our first year trying to find the best sales channels for our brand Unleashed Coffee.
Aug 21 2017
Rank #2: #34 The Future of Coffee Roasting - Co-Roasting with Floy Andrews
Nov 01 2016
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Sweet Maria's Coffee
Keys To The Shop : Equipping Coffee Retail Professionals
Specialty Coffee Association Podcast
I Brew My Own Coffee
The Coffee Podcast
Coffee With April
Cat & Cloud Podcast
Specialty Coffee Talk
The Orange Cactus Coffee Podcast: Coffee | Specialty Coffee | Roasting & Brewing | Espresso Mike Kinkade & Jake Goble
Roast and Reason: A Coffee Podcast
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Rank #3: #32 MistoBox - The Coffee Subscription Business which Survived Shark Tank
Sep 01 2016
Rank #4: #41 Starting a Coffee Brand - Logo and Packaging
In this episode, we are going to talk about logo and packaging design. When it comes to the logo design we used plenty of services like Fiverr, 99 Designs and we will describe you the good and the bad about them.
We ended up with a local designer. Was it a good idea? We think so.
We will describe also the process we went through when ordering our bags. We had to order them from China via Alibaba, but it was not a very smooth ride.
Finally, we are going to talk about the importance of barcodes. Barcodes are often overlooked but might be crucial for your sales.
All this and more in this podcast on building your coffee brand.
Apr 04 2017
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Rank #5: $500 Gesha vs $10 Brazilian Coffee and Instagram Marketing Tips with Umeko Motoyoshi
We are back with part 2 of our discussion with Umeko Motoyoshi, coffee entrepreneur, social media expert, educator, and author. In this episode we continue last week’s discussion with the author of The @wastingcoffee Guide To Not Wasting Coffee and purveyor of the Umeshiso Cupping Spoons.
This week we share the results of a super fun and enlightening consumer experiment Valerian, Marcus, and Melissa conducted at the Boot Coffee Campus booth at the San Francisco Coffee Festival and hear Umeko’s take on the experiment and how consumers approach coffee differently from coffee professionals.
Umeko also shares some of her secret sauce for social media success. With over 13,000 followers, she knows how to engage social media users! Listen in and learn how being genuine and showing yourself is one way to build a brand. We ask Umeko how influencers, specifically micro influencers, can build a brand; and explore how you can build and reinforce trust in your brand through your social media presence (or risk losing trust).
Learn more about The @Wastingcoffee Guide to Not Wasting Coffee and some of the ways Umeko sees our industry normalizing waste and devaluing coffee and the work of everyone involved. It’s an important discussion that she’s tackling head on!
Dec 12 2019
Rank #6: #39 Cold Brew and Butter in Your Coffee ... a Coffee Biz Idea Under $10000
Denet Lewis from Barbell Coffee will reveal how can you start a coffee business under $10000 and how did they find their crowd in the crossfit niche.
In this episode we will also talk about different ways to make cold brew and also how to bottle cold brew.
With Denet we will discuss their buttered coffee derivative which is based on the bulletproof coffee.
Feb 06 2017
Rank #7: #4 Starting a Coffee Roasting Company #2 with Ryan O'Rourke
Aug 06 2015
Rank #8: #12 Starting Coffee Business for $2000 with Daniel Smith
Nov 06 2015
Rank #9: #19 Coffee Internet Marketing Tips with Henry Wilson - Perfect Daily Grind
Jan 19 2016
Rank #10: #2 Coffeeis.Me Podcast - Coffee in Central America and How to Start a Coffee Farm with Willem Boot
Jul 10 2015
Rank #11: #7 Starting a Cafe with Gwilym Davies
Sep 16 2015
Rank #12: #10 Benjamin Myers - 1000 Faces Coffee - Starting, managing and growing a coffee roasting company
Oct 19 2015
Rank #13: #6 How to Start a Coffee Cart with Gwilym Davies
Aug 28 2015
Rank #14: The rebel heart of Flag and Wire Coffee
Nick Walton is a rebel... was a rebel. He grew up on a milk farm, but his revolutionary attitude towards his parents drove his dad to say "enough! Time to grow up!" Nick's coffee story starts with sleeping in a car while homeless. Was this the push he needed to take life seriously, which finds its conclusion in a mysteriously-named coffee roasting company Flag and Wire? I will let him tell the story.
As fascinating Nick's story is, our conversation is not only about him. We dig in into concrete strategies and tips for every coffee entrepreneur.
We start with advice on naming your company. Nick and his wife hired a naming consultant. I wanted to know how that worked for them, was it worth it?
Nick shares his very interesting take on passion in the coffee industry, and how his custom-built air roaster irritated other coffee professionals.
We also discuss our experiences with different channels when it comes to selling coffee. Where are they getting results, wholesale, grocery stores, a web shop?
Finally we gave some love to a few wine producers. Since we recorded the podcast remotely early in the day, we did not pop any wine this time, but we discussed our favorite wine makers.
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May 17 2020
Rank #15: I want to be a professional coffee taster...
In this episode, we interview Rick Appleton (Boston) and Abdulrahman Qurban (Saudi Arabia), students attending the SCA Sensory class at Boot Coffee Campus. What were the hardest parts of the course and what was the ultimate takeaway?
Valerian tests Rick's newly acquired ability to evaluate coffee by applying his skills tasting his skin contact natural wine. How does Rick do?
What is the difference between the SCA Sensory class and the Q Grader class?
All these questions are answered in this episode.
Nov 05 2019
Rank #16: #14 Going from 0 to 400 000lb with Mike Perry, Klatch Coffee
Nov 25 2015
Rank #17: #8 Barista vs Roaster Thoughts on Coffee Roasting and Quality Standards
Oct 06 2015
Rank #18: #35 Standart - The Coffee Magazine
Standart Magazine is a coffee lovers intellectual feed. Great stories, tips by the crème de la crème of the coffee industry, ultra cool design making this publication unique. All this achieved only in one and half years. Yes, Standart magazine are still newbies on the coffee scene. It scares me and scares me what is next!
With my country man Michal Molčan I was discussing success behind their magazine hoping to reveal the secret of the “amazing”. I got inspired plenty and I hope you will get inspired too.
Nov 22 2016
Rank #19: #5 Crowdfunding your Coffee Business with IndieGoGo - Ryan O’Rourke
Aug 26 2015
Rank #20: #9 Importance of an Importer - with Jean Heylen from 32 Cup
Oct 08 2015