While it seems there is a coffee shop on every corner there are also
long lines and busy parking lots to navigate. Tom Casey of The Human
Bean created a chain that cuts out those obstacles by having drive-thru
windows. His unique franchise chain combines a cutting-edge concept at
both the franchise and the retail level to make The Human Bean one of
the hottest growing chains.
Besides being delicious, Human
Bean coffee is an organic blend shipped directly from the roasters.
Eliminating the middle man keeps costs down, helping franchisees
increase their profits. And the chain doesn’t charge royalties, so
there’s less financial burden on each business owner. Listen in as Tom
Casey talks about the pros and cons of franchising and gives tips on how to make it work for you.
About the Human Bean
To deliver that truly great cup of coffee, The Human Bean roasts
their own beans, ensuring consistently high quality and smooth flavor.
Another way The Human Bean ensures premium quality in their coffees is
by sourcing their beans directly from the farmers instead of going
through importers and distributors. For The Human Bean, sourcing their
coffee beans directly means more than just cutting out the middle-man,
it’s also a way to make life better for the communities in coffee
Eric Stites of Frantopia
Franchising whiz Eric Stites answers the top questions on the list for many prospective franchisees:
- What is the type of entrepreneur is best suited to franchising?
- Which are the best investments?
- What is the risk involved?
- What are the criteria to determine if a franchise is lucrative?
Listen to Eric’s answers and find out more about franchising in Eric’s blog.