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Service Sphere introduces Bean Bottega platform

Maurizio Marcocci of Service Sphere introduces a new online platform to unify Australian roasters and create a whole new experimental world for coffee consumers. Every time I walk into Dan Murphy’s liquor stores – for a responsible bottle of wine or two – I’m amazed by the depth and variety of alcohol on offer, from spirits to champagne, wine to pre-mixed cocktails, and then further divided into chilled and room temp, imported or Australian produced, top dollar or budget.
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Veneziano Coffee Canberra

After a decade of operating in Australia’s capital, Veneziano Coffee Roasters finally opened the doors to its Canberra headquarters in April. The space features a “pseudo training studio cellar door” and offers beans and equipment for home use. With initial plans to launch a full suite of barista training classes, the Veneziano team had to rethink its offering to comply with social distancing rules amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.
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Coping with COVID-19

The coronavirus has hit the coffee industry hard. But true to its strength and resilience, many businesses are finding creative ways to stay afloat that could extend beyond the pandemic.
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Open for business: Veneziano Coffee Roasters

COVID-19 has tested Veneziano Coffee Roasters’ ability to innovate, pivot, and act fast to meet the needs of the market, and ensure it has a successful business in the long term. Its number one priority is to protect the wellbeing of its people, ensure it can continue to serve its customers, and have a sustainable business on the other side of this pandemic.
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How bulk brewing equipment has improved as expectations increase

Maurizio Marcocci of Service Sphere looks at how bulk brewing equipment has improved as customer expectations increase. A few years ago, the words “filter coffee” would conjure thoughts of bitter, black, and American sludge served from a pot that had been sitting on the diner, café, work, or kitchen counter for several hours.
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