Half-full? Half-empty? These options will help your cup ‘runneth over’!
There are a lot of options on the market for micro market operators, and it’s easy to pick based on just one piece of information … BUT don’t get trapped by picking the lowest cost or the highest retail price point! Just because something is the lowest price often times doesn’t mean it’s the best value. Let’s take a look!
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- Your standard cup brewer (Any single-serve machine)
The positives: low-cost investment, low maintenance, popular products.
The negatives: This brewer is the same as many household single-serve brewers. Low originality can lose you a large percentage of sales, short life-span, a high cost of product = low-profit margins.
Where do we recommend?: We recommend using these machines as a trial coffee solution or in very small office settings.
- The medium level coffee brewer (Our favorite is Newco)
The positives: medium-cost investment, very low cost of products, high-quality output, and the highest profit margins.
The negatives: increased maintenance and the cost of entry can be daunting for a first timer.
Where do we recommend using it?: We recommend using these in medium to large markets, and even small markets with high coffee consumption. These are the top-rated employer-paid OCS solution coffee makers as chosen by your peers! Overall, this is a great machine for any market setting!
- The high-level coffee brewer (We use Bravilor Bonamat, straight from our European operators to you!)
The positive: Quality, quality quality.
The negatives: High cost of entry, involved maintenance.
Where do we recommend using it?: We recommend this option anywhere you have discerning coffee drinkers. It’s great for both medium and large markets and can definitely keep up with volume output. You can schedule maintenance alerts and the machine does a lot of the work for you. This coffee maker has top-notch quality coffee and specialty coffee products. If you’re competing with local coffee houses, this is the way to go! You can price your products under the expensive chains but still, make a great profit margin!
Bottom-line: There are a lot of great options and any one of them might be right for you. Make sure you think about your clients, your locations, your business owner, the long-term, and your schedule before you make the choice that is right for you. AND if you need help … we’re here for you!
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