fatima zohra salah
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how to make my coffee shop work and succeed

Started this discussion. Last reply by fatima zohra salah Sep 12, 2009. 11 Replies

I am not a professional and i worked hard to make this dream happen and have a real nice little coffee shop/ 15 tables in the heart of Rabat Morocco what are the ideas that will make it work! I need…Continue

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What is your position in the coffee industry?
coffee shop owner
Where are you located? ( City and Country )
How many years have you been in the industry?
one year
If you are a barista or shop, are you interested in a barista exchange with another coffee shop/barista?
Tell us more about your coffee shop or barista skills.
AU HASARD LOUNGE is located on Rue Sanaa, (neighboring Goethe Institute) Center of Rabat. Sanaa street is off of Boulevard Moulay Youssef, facing Hotel Belere, in Rabat, Morocco.

This restaurant/lounge is almost entirely non-smoking, and serves dietetic/organic food and sandwiches, for up to 40 people. It has a little beautiful terrace with only three small tables for smokers! Delivery is soon to be an option.

The lounge has access to WIFI, A PC (with cam, scanner and print) for the users who have no lap top!

It portrays a civil society, with an aura of intellectual comfort, for reading and working, in a soothing atmosphere. There are many beautiful paintings to highlight its atmosphere. It conveys an old image of Ford red factory, to highlight the friendship between America and Morocco. The place has very smooth, nice background music, and there are no soccer games or sports programs. It is a multicultural space, with Berber, vintage, European, American and Moroccan styles with a grand daddy style clock that nicely thunders the hours away… taking us back to the 50s! The place is so beautiful!

There are plans to have regular artistic, intellectual and musical forums…

Radouane, one of the staff members, speaks English fluently and will be present if people want to book reservations. Tutoring will soon be available in English, Arabic and French in the future.
What cities or countries are you interested in traveling to?
i am looking for a barrista for two months
About Me:
i have just opened this coffee shop it is very ice and i need help to take off
What is your favorite thing about the coffee industry?
meet the people and create an artistic field
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Posted on September 4, 2009 at 1:52pm 0 Comments

still looking for information, is there an asosication for exchange between the United States and North Africa, namely Morocco. I have launched a nice little coffee shop and i am a beginner though i have 4 people working, i still need to learn myself how to be a real good coffee shop owner and i need training, any ideas please . morocco is in North Africa, very close to Spain

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At 7:25pm on September 12, 2009, Alun Evans said…
Would be great to see the photos, just post them on your page!
At 3:20pm on September 1, 2009, fatima zohra salah said…
where to get a good training, in the U.S. new jersey, on how to manage a coffee shop and make good coffee thanks for your help

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