Monthly Archives: October 2015

Indian café culture: the rise of Café Coffee Day

Stopping for a latte, cappuccino or mocha has been common place in many western cities for some time, but more recently it is a frequent occurrence in many Indian cities which are experiencing a growth of cafés and as part … Continue reading

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Cafe spaces in Europe: Berlin and Brussels

Something that is great about this project is that because cafes and coffee houses are everywhere when I’m travelling about for other projects, or in my own time, it’s easy to find new places that are interesting and relevant for … Continue reading

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On the importance of data for evidence-based policy making

This is a slight diversion from the cafe focus of this blog, but relates to wider issues that are important in my research activities, and in terms of the development of high streets are retail may have some relevant insights. … Continue reading

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International Coffee Day

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The International Coffee Organisation (ICO) has designated October 1st 2015 as the world’s first official International Coffee Day to celebrate the diversity of coffee, the passion coffee creates,  and provide a chance for consumers and producers alike to learn more about … Continue reading

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