Posts by Alison rosenblum
Coffee Bean International is proud to be a finalist for the Tom Holce Entrepreneurship Award for Growth Stage Companies. The awards recognize five leaders who "create jobs, grow our economy and spawn better ways of doing pretty much everything." Winners will be announced Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010 at the Hilton Portland. We'll be there with the baristas of Public Domain on the pour over bar, which is always a good thing, win or lose!
When coaches have the opportunity to create a “Dream Team” for an All Star game or the Olympics, they need only focus on top performance, with no limits around pay, location or logistics to govern what may be…
No one seems to argue against the so-called “premiumization” of the coffee industry over the past decade. Read more »
Living in England, a friend advised me “you have to buy new underwear at Marks & Spencer. Everybody buys their underwear at Marks & Spencer.” Where I came from it was uncommon to buy underwear at the same place you shopped for your fruits and vegetables, but with a recommendation like that, where do you think I bought my next underwear?
Marks & Spencer gained fame for its underwear by standing out for its pure and simple quality. Read more »
Built on the belief that coffee should be an experience, not just a routine, we are proud to announce our flagship coffeehouse, Public Domain. Public Domain brings our new line of small batch roasted, seasonal coffees, world class baristas, a pour over brew bar and the innovative new espresso machine, the Slayer, to downtown Portland. Read more »
We are thrilled to announce that our Roastmaster, Paul Thornton, has been elected to serve a second term on the Board of Directors for the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA). The SCAA is the world’s largest coffee trade organization and serves the coffee industry, from growers and distributors, to roasters and baristas, to coffeehouses, with education, training, resources and businesses services. Read more »
The following story was in Portland Business Journal and Sustainable Business Oregon on February 10, 2010. Read it here.
Coffee Bean International announced Wednesday the launch of a direct trade program, “Project Direct,” working directly with farmers with a goal of paying higher prices for better quality coffee and directly improving coffee growers’ farms, communities, and quality of life. Read more »
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