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Coffee Industry Sales Commission Rates

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chase Mann Mar 6, 2013. 2 Replies

Hi guys, I have a question for coffee roasters if you're so inclined to answer.I'm trying to determine coffee industry standards for commission rates for sales reps.The best feedback I have so far…Continue

What coffee have you NOT tried before? Why not? (bean, farm, or brew method)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chase Mann May 11, 2011. 12 Replies

I've never had Turkish style coffee before ... I don't like the grittiness of it, but since I've never tried it ... how do I know it's gritty?

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Coffee Forum and Reviews

Started May 18, 2010 0 Replies

I found a great new resource: http://www.coffeeforum.com/forum/

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At 8:23am on February 16, 2011, Harry said…

Thanks for accepting the friend request Chase! Small world! lol

Sincerely, Harry

At 1:49pm on February 6, 2011, ¡AЯЯÓN! said…
Toll roasting? Not really in the cards. I had a lady inquire about roasting a 20lb batch for her and we quoted her a 20lb green minimum at $3 per pound. That is admittedly discouraging. We run as lean as we can, which is the smart thing to do - I have years of production experience and encourage running lean. So that means we only roast to meet our needs and try to minimize waste (waste in product, waste in labor, etc.)

Wholesale? We are a 'roaster/retailer' meaning we don't push the wholesale side. We're not opposed to it, but our focus is more on Our product that We retail. You buy Our coffee from Our cafe. Granted, I'm not the voice of the owner, but this is what I have deduced from working there. We don't have a salesperson, and 100% of our wholesale accounts have come to us to sell our coffee, not the other way around. To answer you pricing question, I don't have that answer. If I come across a toll-roaster, I will let you know. I was looking into starting my own company last year, but the two roasters I knew went out of business, unfortunately.
At 11:09pm on February 3, 2011, BreAnn Veldstra said…
I added some photos my husband took to advertise the exchange I want to do. I am also looking for more venues to check out any suggestions?
At 12:03pm on January 31, 2011, BreAnn Veldstra said…
I am really excited about it! I am also thinking about making a video with the trip if I can get my thoughts all organized and have an agenda ready! thanks for being interested!
At 3:36pm on January 26, 2011, ¡AЯЯÓN! said…

Nice. You probably know Jocylyn, then! Bird Rock is rad! The cafe I managed and roasted for, previously, was not "3rd wave" as much as I tried to make it (hey, SD business mentality is money-money-money) and so it's refreshing to work for Bird Rock!  The focus is 100% on the coffee and there is ZERO B.S.  This will be the opportunity I've waited many years for; to learn in this type of environment and adopt these standards of excellence.  I, literally, have no idea what to expect tomorrow - it's been a trip since moving down here!  I simply want to take what I can and make the most of it while I can, and I'm grateful to be able to take what Bird Rock has to offer.

 

Sorry, but there was no short answer to you very simple question!!!

At 9:17am on January 26, 2011, Joseph Robertson said…

Chase,

Thanks for the friend add. The location near Bry, (Downtown Vancouver, Washington) is a warehouse distributor. I don't have that address handy but if you call the main office of Flair Packaging Group 920-574-3121 they can provide you with a distributor near you. This is their website,

http://www.flairpackaging.com/
At 8:00am on January 26, 2011, ¡AЯЯÓN! said…
Ah yes, finally someone in SD that likes coffee! That's refreshing!  I work at BirdRock Coffee Roasters in La Jolla.
At 10:50am on January 24, 2011, sage said…

hey chase...thanks for the add request!...i can use all the friends i can get!  wow, san diego...haven't been out there in over a lifetime!  pleeeeeeeez send some warm weather this-a-way, fast!  my bones are a-chillin' me!  i'll have to get back to your blog and marketing idea you mentioned another time...got to run!

take care,

 

sage

the coffee hound

laurel fork, va.

At 7:19pm on December 24, 2010, Joona Suominen said…

Added you as a contact on twitter. I'm joonja there.

 

http://www.facebook.com/pages/No-Foam-Throwdown/10150145942485175 is the no foam's facebook. 

At 1:23pm on December 24, 2010, Joona Suominen said…
I do, a bit. And I didn't know about throwdown thursday and can't seem to find it. Could you post their link? Is it an online competition in vain of no foam latte art- facebook channel?

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What is your position in the coffee industry?
industry professional, consultant, entrepreneur
Where are you located? ( City and Country )
San Diego, CA, USA
How many years have you been in the industry?
14
Tell us more about your coffee shop or barista skills.
MyCoffeePro.com is a resource & training destination for coffee industry pros to hone their skills and coffee enthusiasts who aim to someday enter the coffee profession … from Average Joe to Coffee Pro.
About Me:
I’ve been specializing in the coffee industry for over 14 years offering consulting, training and administrative services ... making the Average Joe into a Coffee Pro.
About My Company:
I’ve designed everything you can imagine in the coffee industry: ads, bakery forms, bank count forms, brochures, business cards, cleaning checklists, disciplinary forms, employee checklists, fax forms, flyers, food recipes, letterheads, invoices, inventory sheets, menus, menu-boards, order forms, sales letters, websites, to even designing the store layout with an architect!

I’ve also designed and written training programs complete with employee training manuals and tests for both our direct employees as well as outside clients in the coffee industry.

I’ve written complete sales packets including quote sheets, coffee and tea informational sheets, checklists of all forms to give to prospects, what items to discuss, what documents need signed and verified for new accounts, follow-up letters, articles and tips to help new accounts increase their own sales.
What is your favorite thing about the coffee industry?
There's always more to learn.
Website:
http://www.mycoffeepro.com

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