jburgess Senior Member Joined: 8 Mar 2009 Posts: 1 Location: seattle Expertise: I like coffee
Posted Mon Mar 9, 2009, 12:09am Subject: Re: The Challenges of Professional Barista Training, Professionally Speaking
Good article. I cannot understate the importance of professional training for anyone going into the coffee business. Many cafes fail, not because of inadequate funding, but because the coffee drinks are of poor quality and do not generate repeat business......which is crucial to long term success.
RamonaKay Senior Member Joined: 10 May 2010 Posts: 2 Location: Bellingham Expertise: Just starting
Posted Mon May 10, 2010, 1:26pm Subject: Re: The Challenges of Professional Barista Training, Professionally Speaking
I am looking for information on starting a barista training program in NW Washington State. Sounds like you're an expert - any advice would be most welcome. Is there any chance I could hook up with you via telephone and interview you? Thanks!
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