Coffee Blue’s parent company Vantastec Ltd wins Converter of the Year 2020 at the WhatVan? Awards
Coffee Van franchise Coffee Blue was the focal point of the Vantastec’s pitch in its bid to win first place at one of the most coveted ceremonies in the Light Commercial Vehicles industry. Their efforts secured the top spot for the innovative franchise.
Colin Smith and Gareth Edwards, the Managing Directors of Coffee Blue, had this to say about the franchise’s success:
“It’s truly an honour to be receiving such a prestigious award. The WhatVan? awards are so crucial for our industry, so to be named as finalists for two years running was enough of a compliment in itself. Now, to be named Converter of the Year is really the icing on the cake. For 13 years we have worked to create the best product available on the market. Whether that be coffee vans, refrigerated vehicles, animal transport, bespoke conversions or anything in-between. It is a credit our amazing team of engineers and office staff. Without them, we wouldn’t be where we are today.”
It’s safe to say that the success of Coffee Blue is well deserved given what they put into the franchise. Franchisees are provided everything they could possibly need to set up their own van-based business, with everything from refrigerated space to keep stock fresh, holding ovens to keep food warm and display units to keep product neat, tidy and entice customers in.
Coffee Blue not only provides barista and food-hygiene training, giving franchisees the skills to succeed and extra recognised qualifications, but also marketing support and the brand’s very own blend of coffee, making the product uniquely its own. Better yet, it’s also gone biodegradable with its new eco-friendly cups.
Coffee Blue is always searching for new franchisees to get involved in the business that’s revolutionising the hot-drink industry and making it more accessible.
Georgina Crothers, Point Franchise ©