Learn how to open a coffee shop in New Hampshire from coffee shop startup experts at Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea

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“We’re excited to share information and resources to help entrepreneurs open their own coffee shops. If you’re thinking of opening a business in New Hampshire or anywhere else, give our startup team a call at 1-888-800-9224.” – Greg Ubert, Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea

Would you like to learn how to open a coffee shop in New Hampshire? Get tips on starting a profitable business in The Granite State from the coffee shop startup experts at Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea.

Through its 7 Steps to Success coffee shop startup program, Roast magazine, 2016 Macro Roaster of the Year, taught over 300 entrepreneurs in 30 states how to start their own independent coffee business.

Now, the company’s 7-Step Coffee Shop Startup Advisory Team has expanded its series of state-level coffee shop startup guides with How to Start a Coffee Shop in New Hampshire.

“New Hampshire is a great place to open a coffee shop!” said Crimson Cup Founder and President Greg Ubert.

In fact, New Hampshire ranks fifth among the states for the number of coffee shops per capita, with less than one coffee shop for every 3,222 residents. That leaves many Granite Staters without a local coffee shop.”

The program is based on Ubert’s book Seven Steps to Success: A Common-sense Guide to Succeed in Specialty Coffee, which he wrote to help customers develop profitable businesses by mastering all aspects of running a successful coffee shop.

“We help entrepreneurs with little or no coffee experience become owners of successful coffee shops that serve their local communities,” he said.

“From selecting a great location and creating a strong coffee shop business plan, to purchasing and outfitting equipment, hiring and training staff and more, our team is here to advise.”

To hear the book in Ubert’s own words, download a free recorded introduction on Soundcloud.

In addition to the New Hampshire Guide, Crimson Cup recently published guides to starting a coffee shop in Texas, Ohio, North Carolina, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Tennessee, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Virginia, Missouri, Wisconsin, Connecticut, New Jersey, Iowa, Alabama, Maine, Arkansas, Vermont and Rhode Island.

The roaster will continue to publish a state-level guide each week until all 50 states are covered.

“Although the basics of coffeeshop operations remain the same from state to state, the economic opportunities, how to start a business, and the licensing requirements vary widely,” Ubert said. “We’re excited to share information and resources to help entrepreneurs accelerate their startup journey.”

He invited anyone thinking of opening a coffee shop in any state to call Crimson Cup for advice.

“If you encounter roadblocks or just want to discuss your vision with a coffee expert, reach out to our startup team at 1-888-800-9224.”

About Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea

Established in 1991, Crimson Cup is at the forefront of the coffee industry. Its thoughtful roasting, startup support and global partnerships are purposely designed for the benefit of communities around the world. Among other national recognitions, the company has received the 2020 and 2017 Good Food Awards, 2019 Golden Bean Champion for Small Franchise/Chain Roaster, and Roast Magazine’s 2016 Macro Roaster of the Year.

Crimson Cup travels the world in search of the perfect mug – fueled by meaningful relationships, honesty and a shared vision for the future. Its Friend2Farmer initiatives promote respect and decency through mutually beneficial collaboration between local and global communities.

Through its coffee shop startup program, 7 Steps to Success, the company teaches entrepreneurs how to open and operate independent coffee shops in their local communities. Developing a coffee shop business plan gives entrepreneurs insight into the cost of starting a coffee shop.

Crimson Cup coffee is available in over 350 independent coffee houses, grocery stores, colleges and universities, restaurants and food service establishments in 30 states, Guam and Bangladesh. The company also owns several Crimson Cup Coffee Shops and a new CRIMSON Flagship Store. To learn more, visit crimsoncup.com or follow the company on Facebook and Instagram.

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