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Sue Stagg: The Stagg

Posted August 3, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

Café Biz Hobart– Panel Discussion: Learning from success Outstanding service has been key to Sue Stagg’s success in Tasmania’s café scene, which she will address as part of Café Talk’s panel discussion. “Our focus has always been quality, consistency and service in a friendly and welcoming environment,” Sue says, “because that generates customer loyalty and word […]

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Will Priestley: Pilgrim Coffee

Posted July 22, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

Café Biz Hobart– Panel Discussion: Learning from success Will Priestley knows the realities of success in the café industry. Will’s name is known and respected in Tasmania, where he has earned a reputation as an innovator and leader. In 2010 he won the title of Australian Latte Art Champion, and rather than rest on his laurels […]

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Scott Clements: Shake A Leg Jr.

Posted July 22, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

Café Biz Hobart– Panel Discussion: Learning from success “What I’ve learned from trying to be successful is there has to be a little magic and that comes from being in tune with every aspect of your business.” It’s good advice from Scott Clements, a professional with serious credentials in the Tasmanian cafe scene. “I’m constantly asking […]

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Richard Schramm: Villino

Posted July 22, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

Café Biz Hobart– Panel Discussion: Learning from success Hobart’s undoubtedly changed over the last decade and one man who’s seen it all is Richard Schramm. His business Villino has grown from a café to become one of Tasmania’s premier coffee roasteries, while he has also opened Ecru Coffee just down the road on Criterion Street. It’s […]

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Kayne Ensten: Complete Café Services and The Coffee Workshop

Posted July 1, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

Café Biz Adelaide – Panel Discussion: Getting the mix right in your cafe   Kayne Ensten has spent almost two decades working as a service manager and technician and for local and national coffee companies. It’s this experience that led him to become managing director of Adelaide’s Complete Café Services and The Coffee Workshop, where […]

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Robert Stewart : DC Specialty Coffee Roasters

Posted June 30, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

Café Biz Adelaide – Panel Discussion: Getting the mix right Robert Stewart has a simple piece of advice on getting the mix right in your café: have a clear vision and mission that all staff understand and work with. The operations manager of Melbourne’s c also makes a point of prioritising hiring staff who fit the […]

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Josh Rivers : C.R.E.A.M

Posted June 30, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

Café Biz Adelaide – Panel Discussion: Learning from success There’s a reason Josh Rivers is leading the way in Adelaide. His café C.R.E.A.M, or Coffee Rules Everything Around Me, is the hippest place in town with a huge following online due to their focus on quality. Josh is also a brand ambassador for Five Senses […]

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Fiefy : Fiefy’s

Posted June 30, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

Café Biz Adelaide – Panel Discussion: Learning from success It is impossible to be in Adelaide and not have heard of Fiefy’s. The two CBD speciality cafés are the children of Fiefy Anuwatanaphorn and Tim McDonald, and Fiefy says their success comes down to one simple quality. “The passion – we love what we do […]

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Harsh Mehta : Coffylosophy

Posted June 30, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

Café Biz Adelaide – Panel Discussion: Learning from success Success is the biggest motivation a person can have, according to Harsh Mehta, the owner/operator of Adelaide’s best café. Hutt Street cafe Coffylosophy has an impressive rating of 9.4/10 on online review bible Beanhunter, generating a respect that Harsh attributes to the community he has fostered. […]

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Ian Callahan : Bar 9

Posted June 30, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

Café Biz Adelaide – Panel Discussion: Learning from success It has been a steady climb for former champion barista and entrepreneur Ian Callahan. His specialty tea and coffee business Bar 9 started from “incredibly” humble beginnings “literally in a tin shed with a coffee machine on a desk”. Bar 9 now have two locations in […]

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