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    5 Ways You Can Make the Best Logo for Your Coffee Shop

    One major part of starting a new business is designing your brand. It's the first thing your customer sees and the biggest thing they'll remember about your business. Having a good logo seems like a daunting task. You can do it yourself or hire a designer. Either way, if you follow these tips, you're sure to have a great logo! View Post
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    7 of the Most Common Start-Up Mistakes

    Starting a business can be one of the most stressful experiences in a person's life. It can also be one of the most rewarding. Regardless of the type of business you're running, there are a lot of decisions you need to make. Those can be big and small but they all make a difference. View Post
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    10 Ways to Slow the Spread of COVID-19 in Your Coffee Shop

    COVID-19 or Coronavirus has become a global epidemic. Schools are shutting down, people are working from home, and we're asked to stay 6-10 feet away from other people. More than anything, people want to know your coffee shop is a safe, uncontaminated place. View Post
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    7 Ways Your Coffee Shop Can Compete With Chains

    Independent coffee shops will always be competing with chains. It's inevitable. Independent coffee shops consistently do better than chains because they have more freedom. A chain has to go all the way up the corporate ladder before something can change, whereas smaller coffee shops have a lot mo... View Post
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    3 Reasons Your Coffee Shop Should Have a Drive-Thru (and How to Do It)

    Drive-thrus are a staple to American restaurant success. Businesses with drive-thrus are far more successful than businesses without them. Your coffee shop will benefit greatly from incorporating a drive-thru. View Post
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    8 Ways to Keep Your Business Ahead of the Game

    Keeping your business ahead of the game is an important part of success. Knowing your competitors and your customers is a big part of that. You need to understand what sets apart your business from your competition. This is the difference between a business doing okay and a business thriving. If you follow these 8 steps, your business will be ahead of the game. View Post