To recommend a high quality office coffee solution for staff and their guests and in turn recommend beans to fit the offering. To provide all the training that is required to clean the machines and operate them, as well as technical back-up.
The client was looking for a “one stop shop solution beverage solution!!!!!!
Cafepoint recommended the New Jura GIGA X8c Professional Coffee Machine, The machine has added a fantastic new innovation to the already advanced Technology of the GIGA range with an additional water bypass, coffee can be produced much quicker without losing any of the flavour and creating perfect Americanos. This allows our customer to produce more cups during busy periods, which will obviously increase Sales! If, coffee is paid for. The GIGA X8 Professional also has all the additional fantastic features of the GIGA X7 Pro. It will produce the finest Espresso, Americano, Cappuccino, Caffe Latte or Latte Macchiato at the touch of Button. With advanced Technology that enables you to make 2 Milk Specialities in one operation. This Machine is perfect for any Restaurant, Office, Coffee Shop or Bar. It also has 2 Ceramic Grinders for Quick and Quiet Coffee Preparation whilst maintaining the highest quality Coffee is enjoyed. A Water Tank Capacity of 5 Litres allows you to use the Machine on a ‘Tank Fill’ basis, with the option of a Mains Water Supply if needed. The Jura GIGA X8 Professional has a recommended Daily output of up to 250 Coffees.
Arts Council England (ACE) is at the final stages of a property deal that will see the organisation’s Head Office move from Great Peter Street – its home since 1990 – to new offices at 21 Bloomsbury Street in London. The building provides brand new open plan offices and other work spaces behind a retained brick façade and is located in the heart of Bloomsbury, opposite the British Museum. As part of an ongoing cost-cutting exercise at ACE, its Great Peter Street headquarters, which costs £1.2m a year for just over 31,000ft², have also become home to its London office. During the recent ACE organisational review, savings in administration were planned through reduced staff and property costs. ACE was unwilling to comment on the floor space or rental cost of its new Bloomsbury home, citing ongoing negotiations for some aspects of the move.