2 hr 5 min

MIF Podcast #64 | Coffee At Large (@coffeeatlarge) The MAP IT FORWARD Podcast

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Coffee at Large @coffeeatlarge is a movement staged by 4 now ex-employees of @slatecoffee in Seattle in response to missing paychecks, dishonest and absent communication from upper management, empty promises regarding promotions and compensation reviews, and a hostile work environment." Representing Coffee at Large are Samantha Capell @samanthalcapell and Felix Tram @felixeroni. GoFundMe Link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-coffee-at-large-become-a-nonprofit

The MAP IT FORWARD Podcast is sponsored by:

This episode of the podcast is brought to you by FAFCoffees, green bean suppliers of some of the finest and most sustainably produced Brazilian Specialty Coffee. FAF is a farm, a network of farmers and centres of coffee knowledge operating in the states of São Paulo, Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo. Their business model is based on fostering long-term relationships between farmers and roasters alike. Please check them out and contact @felipecroce (felipecroce@fafcoffees.com) for more information.

Watch future podcast episodes live (or later) on YouTube or listen later on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher. Don't forget to subscribe, rate this podcast and share it with your friends!

Coffee at Large @coffeeatlarge is a movement staged by 4 now ex-employees of @slatecoffee in Seattle in response to missing paychecks, dishonest and absent communication from upper management, empty promises regarding promotions and compensation reviews, and a hostile work environment." Representing Coffee at Large are Samantha Capell @samanthalcapell and Felix Tram @felixeroni. GoFundMe Link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-coffee-at-large-become-a-nonprofit

The MAP IT FORWARD Podcast is sponsored by:

This episode of the podcast is brought to you by FAFCoffees, green bean suppliers of some of the finest and most sustainably produced Brazilian Specialty Coffee. FAF is a farm, a network of farmers and centres of coffee knowledge operating in the states of São Paulo, Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo. Their business model is based on fostering long-term relationships between farmers and roasters alike. Please check them out and contact @felipecroce (felipecroce@fafcoffees.com) for more information.

Watch future podcast episodes live (or later) on YouTube or listen later on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher. Don't forget to subscribe, rate this podcast and share it with your friends!

2 hr 5 min