Small startup Pact Coffee has seen significant growth, from using the local post office in 2012 to a modern office space in Bermondsey, South London.
Founder Stephen Rapport aims to deliver the freshest coffee possible direct to people’s homes. The company’s customers simply choose from their favourite brewing method for a regular delivery, with a specific emphasis on customer service.
If their fresh coffee gets any older than a week Pact Coffee simply offers it up to their customers for free.
The fascination with coffee for Rapport started with the idea of moving the British public away from instant coffee to easily buying and using fresh coffee.
Out of all coffee sold in the UK at a total of approximately £1 billion, £740 million of that is instant coffee.
Rapport stated: “It is great to go out for coffee but there is no reason why we can’t have the same quality of coffee at home,” adding, “I like nothing better than to get my V60 coffee maker out and drink the best tasting coffee in my own bed.”
Pact Coffee is currently the provider of 30,000 cups of coffee each day in the UK, and are planning to branch out internationally to start working with coffee farmers directly.
By: Kirsty MacGregor
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