TopBrewer is sponsoring two Technology & Trends Executive Briefings at Herman Miller’s National Design Centre on Tuesday 28th June and we are delighted to offer a special VIP discount rate for each session.
Coffee used to be a minor consideration for Facilities Managers, but as coffee culture has boomed, so too has the importance of serving premium, quality coffee in the workplace.
Coffee is a hugely emotive subject, and is now considered a much valued office perk. Research suggests that serving premium office coffee keeps staff happy and has a positive impact on attracting and retaining the best talent. Not only that, there have been many reports in the media recently about the potential health benefits of drinking coffee to improve staff wellbeing.
Offices have become more agile and flexible to suit the changing needs of the millennial workforce and to encourage collaboration. As a result, the coffee experience has become an integral feature of modern workspace design and a central focal point for breakout spaces and informal work environments.
A big challenge is to keep staff on site, so a premium bean-to-cup coffee offering is required to compete with the lure of high street coffee shop chains.
With all of this in mind, Facilities Manager’s have a very influential role to play when it comes to choosing the right coffee solution for the office.
For hotels, breakfast service is often the busiest time for catering staff and has the potential to be a very lucrative business. With most hotel guests staying for breakfast it can be a very important part of their stay and leave a lasting impression on their visit. Here are our top tips for delivering a smooth hotel breakfast service, every time.
Workplace design is becoming an art form in itself as companies compete to stay one step ahead in the battle to attract and retain the best talent. But what makes a successful workplace design and which sectors are really excelling in this space?
Needless to say, a successful office isn’t just about looking cool, it is about creating an environment that complements the company’s culture, core values and business practices.
Different sectors and industries have different needs from their office design. Here is our view on which sectors are leading the way in specific areas of workplace design.
TopBrewer will be on display at the UK's largest trade event for architects and designers this September. This year we will show you how TopBrewer can complement a range of modern environments, whilst serving up delicious premium drinks throughout the show.