PurelyCoffeeBeans has been fielding a lot of coffee b2b comments and questions from what are essentially Individuals, Businesses, and Organizations recently. While I strive to answer as many questions as I can, such as:
- Where can I buy top quality Ethiopian beans for my coffee shop?
- We are looking for distributors for our coffee mugs… do you know of any?…
I can’t help feel that these are better answered by other coffee business readers of my website.
Enter PCB’s Coffee Directory
So, I’m now going to start a simple PDF directory (entitled: The “PCB’s Coffee Biz2Biz Directory”) that I will email to industry readers on a quarterly basis with an updated directory. It is hoped that coffee businesses worldwide will be able to contact other users through this directory for coffee-related business inquiries. Typical members of the coffee list may include:
- Coffee growers
- Coffee traders
- Coffee roasters
- Coffee shops
- Coffee organizations
- Coffee blog owners
- Coffee distributors
Registration is free, an active email address is required to receive the publication, and emailers from a B2B company or on behalf of B2B companies may register from now through the submission form at the bottom of this page.
New registrants will be able to receive the current issue after they receive their registration notification. The list members should know that the list will not be published outwith the membership of the list.
Enter your details here
If you would like to sign up your company, coffee shop, or personal information, you are most welcome to join by completing the following form. This is a double-opt in mailing list to ensure that there is no spam. Please include the contact name, and full contact details.
Don’t forget to include your email address (redacted for spam prevention), your product/services full description, and your website. Incomplete entries will not be included.
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