300 episodes

The Daily Coffee Pro Podcast by MAP IT FORWARD provides content to the Global Specialty Coffee Industry every weekday. Episodes are released Monday to Friday at 1 am PT.

Episodes typically run between 8 - 15 mins and are hosted by specialty coffee industry veteran, entrepreneur, and global coffee business development consultant, Lee Safar.

Episodes include series with globally recognized guests from within the industry as well as solo episodes where Lee presents ideas for her audience to consider and discuss with the wider coffee community.

The content on this podcast is suited to members of the global coffee industry keen on challenging the traditional narrative within the fast-evolving industry from a constructive and curious perspective.

Our values at MAP IT FORWARD are curiosity, integrity, authenticity, and openness.

Our mission at MAP IT FORWARD is "Conspiring to each other's success".

Our sister podcast is the MAP IT FORWARD Middle East Podcast for the specialty coffee community in the Middle East and is available where you get your podcasts.

The video version of this podcast is available on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/mapitforward

Find out more about MAP IT FORWARD at https://www.mapitforward.org

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    • 4.6 • 29 Ratings

The Daily Coffee Pro Podcast by MAP IT FORWARD provides content to the Global Specialty Coffee Industry every weekday. Episodes are released Monday to Friday at 1 am PT.

Episodes typically run between 8 - 15 mins and are hosted by specialty coffee industry veteran, entrepreneur, and global coffee business development consultant, Lee Safar.

Episodes include series with globally recognized guests from within the industry as well as solo episodes where Lee presents ideas for her audience to consider and discuss with the wider coffee community.

The content on this podcast is suited to members of the global coffee industry keen on challenging the traditional narrative within the fast-evolving industry from a constructive and curious perspective.

Our values at MAP IT FORWARD are curiosity, integrity, authenticity, and openness.

Our mission at MAP IT FORWARD is "Conspiring to each other's success".

Our sister podcast is the MAP IT FORWARD Middle East Podcast for the specialty coffee community in the Middle East and is available where you get your podcasts.

The video version of this podcast is available on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/mapitforward

Find out more about MAP IT FORWARD at https://www.mapitforward.org

    Lee Safar: Quiet Quitting #715

    Lee Safar: Quiet Quitting #715

    This is the final episode in a 5-part solo series with Lee Safar on the "Changing Coffee Industry" post MICE (Melbourne International Coffee Expo) 2022 returning for the first time in 3 years, which was the host of the WBC for 2022.

    In this 5th episode, Lee discusses "Quiet Quitting" - a concept that has become popular post-pandemic. Find out what it is, if you should do it, what to do if it happens in your workplace, and what the ramifications could be for small businesses and the industry in the medium to long term.

    This episode is brought to you by MAP IT FORWARD's new workshop "Communication for Coffee Teams". Focused on helping your team learn unified language around communications so that employees and employers can conspire to each other's success. For more details on this 3-hour training session tailored to your team, reach out here: https://mapitforward.coffee/trainingforcoffeeteams

    • 11 min
    Lee Safar: Adapt Your Coffee Business Model #714

    Lee Safar: Adapt Your Coffee Business Model #714

    This is the 4th in a 5-part solo series with Lee Safar on the "Changing Coffee Industry" post MICE (Melbourne International Coffee Expo) 2022 returning for the first time in 3 years, which was the host of the WBC for 2022.

    In this episode of the series, we ask if now is the time to adapt your business model in preparation for what Lee believes is a significantly challenging time for our industry.

    This episode is brought to you by The Cloth Filter Company - Save trees, save money, make delicious coffee. For wholesale and retail, learn more at https://www.theclothfilter.coffee and https://www.instagram.com/theclothfilterco

    • 9 min
    Lee Safar: The Coffee Industry Is Changing Fast #713

    Lee Safar: The Coffee Industry Is Changing Fast #713

    This is the 3rd in a 5-part solo series with Lee Safar on the "Changing Coffee Industry" post MICE (Melbourne International Coffee Expo) 2022 returning for the first time in 3 years, which was the host of the WBC for 2022.

    On this episode of the series, talks about a clear turning point we've reached in the coffee industry in light of the fast-approaching challenges (the Tsunami) that have been talked about on this podcast for the past 18 months. Check out this episode of The Daily Coffee Podcast to learn ways you can prepare today.

    This episode is brought to you by MAP IT FORWARD's new workshop "Communication for Coffee Teams". Focused on helping your team learn unified language around communications so that employees and employers can conspire to each other's success. Reach out for details on this 3-hour training session tailored to your team today.

    • 16 min
    Lee Safar: Coffee Cults #712

    Lee Safar: Coffee Cults #712

    This is the 2nd in a 5-part solo series with Lee Safar on the "Changing Coffee Industry" post MICE (Melbourne International Coffee Expo) 2022 returning for the first time in 3 years, which was the host of the WBC for 2022.

    In this episode of the series, Lee talks about the disturbing nature of coffee cults witnessed at MICE, their willingness to lie to coffee industry consumers, and their intention to win you over with new product launches while pretending to advocate for producers in other parts of their business.

    This podcast is brought to you by our Patreon community. To support this podcast and watch this episode without sponsor messages, join our Patreon page here https://www.patreon.com/mapitforward

    • 12 min
    Lee Safar: What I Learned At MICE #711

    Lee Safar: What I Learned At MICE #711

    This is the first in a 5-part solo series with Lee Safar on the "Changing Coffee Industry" post MICE (Melbourne International Coffee Expo) 2022 returning for the first time in 3 years, which was the host of the WBC for 2022.

    In this first episode of the series, Lee gives us insight into her discoveries at MICE and what it tells us about how the industry is evolving.

    This episode is brought to you by Coffee News Break. Your place for coffee industry news, events, and resources posted daily. Follow now at https://www.instagram.com/coffeenewsbreak

    • 14 min
    Cosimo Libardo: The Cafe Model Of The Future #710

    Cosimo Libardo: The Cafe Model Of The Future #710

    This is the 5th episode in a 5-part series with Cosimo Libardo - Consultant, SCA Treasurer, and former SCA at Toby's Estate and Carimali. With 20+ years in specialty coffee, in this week's series of The Daily Coffee Pro Podcast by MAP IT FORWARD, Cosimo and Lee explore "The viability of cafes and roasteries for small business owner's in today's market"

    In this 5th instalment of the series, Cosimo and Lee discuss the cafe of the future and what is does and doesn't look like.

    Connect with Cosimo on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cosimo-libardo-64899913/

    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

jo1107888 ,

Great coffee industry and general business information

I’m not currently working in the coffee industry right now. However, I love staying engaged in the coffee world. This podcast adds so much value to the coffee industry as well as any business out there.
Highly recommend!

Brett M Turner ,

Great conversations with all stakeholders

The MAP IT FORWARD Podcast hosts discussions with guests of different expertise throughout the coffee industry. I’ve learned a lot from Lee’s short-form Daily Coffee Pro episodes as well. MIF also hosts educational webinars to promote professionalism and best practices in the coffee sector.

Trixeebelle ,

Unlistenable

The host is really bad which makes me sad. I was looking forward to this one.

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