Starting Your Own Coffee and Tea Shop: How to start a successful coffee and tea shop (Start Your Own) Paperback – 5 Mar 2010
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Our range of start-up books provide you with real life examples from business start-ups, expert tips from entrepreneurs and hugely practical advice from a wealth of experts and advisers.
Give your business the best chance of success with startups.
The tips inside this book come from the founders of some of the UK's most successful coffee and tea shops.
Starting a business means using the tools you have in everyday life!
Sahar Hashemi, founder, Coffee Republic
Find a market where there are customers who have a need which is not being met by the current providers.
Shelagh Ry an, founder, Lantana
Test your idea out by talking to people whose opinions you value.
Tim Hume, founder, Redroaster Coffee House
If it's just numbers you're after, advertise away. If it is return custom you are after, perfect your product.
Raymond Voce, founder, Royal Teas
From the Back Cover
Want to open a coffee or tea shop?
Coffee and tea are a national obsession that fuel a lucrative industry worth an estimated £2.5 billion each year. A market as strong as this offers plenty of
opportunities for ambitious people looking to start a coffee or tea shop.
Whether you're looking to start a boutique tea shop or have dreams of becoming the next Costa Coffee, this is the book to start you off.
Combining the expertise of the UK's number one small business website, startups.co.uk, with successful coffee shop founders, we show you how to turn your idea into a thriving reality.
With practical and detailed advice from Bettys Tea Room, Costa Coffee and Coffee Republic, find out how to start a coffee aor tea shop and:
Identify your market
Raise start-up finance
Locate the right premises and kit them out
Find good suppliers
Employ and retain staff
Compete against the big chains
Make sure your customers return
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I liked they way it breaks everything down. With lots of sample sums for breaking down costs.
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