Its corporate motto is Eat. Drink. Be Social.
And in just five years, Espresso Warriors have become a runaway café franchise business success story.
It was born in 2014 as a joint idea between mates who wanted to provide their community with a café where people could eat, drink and be social. Their love for coffee and community helped them to create a dynamic kind of café franchise, which today spans across a dozen Sydney and outer Sydney suburbs, including Ingleburn and Liverpool.
Using speciality coffee roasters, St Ali, Melbourne, they’ve created a blend perfect for black and milk coffees.
Their respect for quality produce results in bread and pastries supplied by the famous Sonoma Baking Co, to their eggs sourced from local farmers.
Everything about Espresso Warriors moves around the core value of good food, great coffee and keeping company.
Located at major shopping centres, Espresso Warriors are conveniently close to many people.
Vast, spacious and welcoming, they are perfect for groups of any size, or even for individuals looking for a space to enjoy a cup of coffee.
Espresso Warriors founder and CEO Trung Bui will talk about that and much more at the April meeting of the Ingleburn business chamber.
If you would like to hear an inspirational story of driving change in the franchise area of hospitality, this will be your chance.
It promises to be an inspiring, informative and interesting evening (including the opportunity for questions and networking) and the Ingleburn chamber hopes you can join them on Wednesday, April 10, 6:30pm to 8.30pm in Ingleburn RSL.
For more information or to book your seats visit the chamber’s website here.