Want to start a coffee business but don't know where to get started? We can help you plan a coffee business launch in 3 weeks. 

It can feel overwhelming if you don't have any experience or know how to put together a clear plan. Luckily, you’re in the right place. We've started multiple coffee businesses ourselves and helped support countless others to do the same.

Set aside the next 3 weeks to get a plan going and get you ready to finally make your coffee business dreams a reality:

Week 1: Vision & Branding

The first week of planning your business, focus on your vision and branding. Choose a name for your business, design a logo, and create a brand identity. Your brand should reflect the values and vision for your business, and appeal to your target market.

To get started, research your competitors and their branding. Identify what sets your business apart and use this to inform your brand identity. Consider working with a graphic designer or branding agency to create a strong, cohesive visual identity for your business.

Need help there? We've got you covered 

Week 2: Business Set Up

Now that you have a clear vision and brand identity in place, you're ready to focus on setting up your coffee business structure. This includes registering your business, obtaining any necessary permits and licenses, and securing funding. If you’re starting a physical business, you'll also need to find a location for your business and set up your equipment and supplies.

Need a list of these steps? Request a workbook here.

If you're completely new to the coffee industry, consider attending a training program or working with a coffee consultant to ensure that you have the support needed to start a successful coffee business.

We are happy to help here as well. Contact us here

Week 3: Launch Planning

In the final week of planning, focus on planning your launch. This includes creating a marketing plan, building hype around your business, and preparing for your first day of business. Your marketing plan should include a website, social media, email, and any other advertising channels that will reach your future customers.

Consider hosting a launch event to generate excitement and build momentum around your business or collaborating with an existing business for the launch. This could include a soft opening or a grand opening celebration.

Planning a coffee business may feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. With a clear plan in place, you can more easily set yourself up for success. People who make their dreams happen err on the side of action, so don't be afraid to get started without having all of the answer yet.

By dedicating these 3 weeks to focus on branding, business set up, and planning, you'll be on your way to making it happen and launching a successful coffee business. 

We’re here to help! Contact us with any questions you may have about getting started or request the Plan Your Coffee Business Launch in 3 Weeks Workbook. 

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