Whilst I quite enjoy certain aspects of autumn, there’s no denying that the cooler conditions aren’t well received by the majority of others. Admittedly, Storm Ali isn’t helping the cause, and a battering of wind and rain serves as an unwelcome reminder that the summer is very much over for another year. The dark mornings are depressing and I’ve already began to notice my colleagues at Coinadrink seek refuge in a hot drink before they start the day. And there’s a very good reason for that.
It’s not every day you’re selected as a finalist in an awards entry, is it? You may have noticed on our social media platforms that we entered the Black Country Chamber Awards a few months back for the Customer Commitment Award and now we’re thrilled to say that our efforts have so far paid off!
This time next week will see us at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire for the Midlands Business Network Expo, demonstrating the importance of vending and how our services can boost the wellbeing of your workforce. You may have seen the exhibition being advertised across social media and as I trail through the photos of such a prestigious arena at the NAEC, I can understand why my colleagues are excited to attend. There’s plenty of reasons why you should be too!
MacMillan’s Coffee Morning is back on Friday 28thSeptember and Coinadrink is delighted to be taking part once again. Now, working for a vending company, we know better than most about the power of a great cup of coffee, but not even we could have forecast just how successful this annual coffee morning would be. From the first ever event in 1990, MacMillan has raised over £200 million courtesy of all you wonderful people across the globe. That’s truly excellent work!
A background to the coffee morning…
Regarded as the ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’, MacMillan brings friends, family and colleagues together for a great cause.
‘Know what your customers want most and what your company does best. Focus on where those two meet.’ Keven Stirtz once said that. Now I know what you’re thinking because I didn’t know who this Keven Stirtz was either. But still. I quite liked the quote. You see, as reported by UK Coffee Week back in April 2018, us Brits really like coffee. I mean, really like coffee. 95 million cups are consumed every single day on our shores, destroying the stereotype that we favour a ‘builders brew’ over any other beverage. Some might say, then, that the arrival of the new Kalea hot drinks machine is ideal timing.
We all know the importance of hydration, but there’s more to it than just drinking the appropriate amount. The quality of the water that you’re drinking is arguably just as important, and this is where the tap in your kitchen significantly lets you down. While it may be the most convenient way to keep hydrated, research and tests have shown that tap water contains up to 2100 different substances that you really don’t want to be consuming. This summer, relieve your staff from such an archaic form of refreshment, and install a water cooler in your workplace. Read more
Sandwiches. Whether it’s for lunch, dinner or a just as a little snack, they’re incredibly popular all over the world. Over time the sandwich has even extended to further creations, such as baguettes, paninis and rolls, and the simple method of adding a filling between two slices of bread has been a satisfying treat for generations. The British sandwich has long been a revolution, but how exactly did it come about, and what exactly do we provide for our customers?
We understand the importance of workplace refreshments on productivity, and our services are centralised around the wellbeing of your workforce. From our innovative Micro Market to our advanced line of vending machines and water coolers, we make it easy for your business to enjoy quality refreshments throughout the working day. We also encourage break times throughout the day, as they are a great way to relax with colleagues away from the stress at their desk.
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