Galindo’s, owned by Coffeepreneurs® Zak and Sophie Galindo, has something for everyone. You can bring your family in for haircuts, aesthetic services, and–our personal favorite–great coffee. They’re mastering the hybrid business model, where multiple streams of revenue live under one roof.
We sat down with Zak and Sophie to peek behind the curtain of the Galindo’s brand.
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Have you ever watched a new small business coffee shop hit the ground running in sales, attract a herd of customers, and then crash and burn within a year or two? It’s often because sales were high, but so were their coffee shop operating costs. They failed to keep up with the math, and as a result, they didn’t retain enough in profit to sustain the business. (Often times they didn’t even realize their operating costs had changed and they weren’t making profit.)
In today’s competitive market, the traditional coffee shop faces challenges. Rising costs and market saturation in some areas are a few that jump to the top of the list. In fact, we just shared how inflation affects coffee shops and why a hybrid coffee shop model could be the answer.
The status quo may not cut it anymore for small businesses. The formula to modern success?
It’s no secret that costs are rising, making coffee shop innovation matter more than ever before. The New York Times reports an 8.3% increase in prices since last April. With the economy’s future uncertain, small businesses are looking around and deciding how to prepare. Here’s how inflation affects coffee shops and what you can do about it.
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