If stress is becoming an issue, coffee breaks can help alleviate the pressure. They can also help even the healthiest employees be more effective.
Keurig Green Mountain is one of the biggest brands you?ve probably never heard of ? and it’s making the move from the US to the UK.
The 20th anniversary of Harry Potter has just passed us by, and we can?t help reminiscing. So we asked those of the business world how they would have used magic if they were tucked amongst the series? pages.
The Bob Marley heirs have had their fair share of trademark battles, but their latest trek to court offers an important lesson for smaller companies.
Coffee Republic founder Sahar Hashemi has offered life lessons from growing a new loss-making business to over 100 bustling stores ? and a startup mentality is paramount.
Ed Cooke and his business Memrise have a new office, and important decisions like the right coffee machine got him thinking about company culture.
One Dutch brand, known for high-end espresso machines, is brewing up a storm thanks to the unique appearance of its products ? and its most popular offering, the Kees Van Der Westen Mirage, is no different.
While the likes of Starbucks want consumers to guzzle coffee down like there’s no tomorrow, cleantech enterprise bio-bean is more interested in the leftover grounds that go untouched. The growing firm is working with caffeine merchants, such as coffee shops and factories, to reform the waste into reusable energy.
As we continue our search for the nation's digital champions, we've discovered The Counter – a savvy small coffee chain that's tripled the size of its business in just 15 months through innovative thinking that includes setting up in police boxes.
The founders and bosses of Harris + Hoole, the coffee shop chain part-owned by Tesco, are leaving the company amid the supermarket's asset sell-off.
According to new research, your business should be encouraging coffee breaks in order to drive a spike in productivity with caffeine-fuelled goodness.
Coffee and cocktail company Grind has teamed up with Crowdcube to encourage amateur investors to “put their money where their mouths are – literally” in a 45-day fundraising campaign to raise £1.5m.