The CoffeePreneur One-Day Intensive


How successful entrepreneurs in the coffee industry are winning every day by using sustainable success strategies. At the CoffeePreneur, we know that you want to be a wildly successful coffee business owner.  In order to do that, you need to GROW YOUR BUSINESS!

The problem is that you lack relevant, up to date knowledge, and you have no support from the industry, which makes you feel insecure, overwhelmed and leaves you doubting whether this business is really for you. 

We believe that every coffee business deserves the tools to succeed. 

We understand how hard it is to scale your business which is why we have brought together people with over 50 years of combined relevant industry knowledge that we want to share with you.  This is not philosophy, these are real tools that you can take back to your shop and implement immediately.

Here is how we do it:  We guide you through 1. Hiring & Training the Right People.  2.  Branding & Culture Development.  3.  Leadership & Management Strategy.  4.  Profitability & Financial Management of Your Business. 

*This class is offered at each Coffee Fest Trade Show for $299*


The CoffeePreneur One-Day Intensive 

Monday- 8:00am-5:00pm

8:00am-8:30am - Introductions
8:30am-10:00am - Branding & Culture Development
10:00am-10:30am - 15 min Q&A/ Mid Morning Break
10:30am-12:00pm - How to Hire, Train, & Educate Your Team
12:00pm-1:30pm - Lunch
1:30pm-3:00pm - Leadership, Management, & Sales Strategy
3:00pm-4:30pm - Be Smart with Your Cash
4:30-5:00pm - Q&A and Closing


bryan_reynolds2.pngBryan Reynolds
Anthem Coffee

Bryan Reynolds is a highly relational and energetic guy who loves to help people unlock their full potential and realize the gifts they didn’t know they had. He's a team builder, visionary leader and has a great ability for brand design and culture creation.

Over the last 8 years, Bryan and his family have built 3 businesses (Anthem Coffee & Tea, Elements Frozen Yogurt, and Caramels Inc.) They continue to reach new customers daily by providing experiences that change lives and make people want to come back again and again.

Bryan is a mentor, motivator, encourager and an activator and loves to “make things happen” by conventional or unconventional means. He's an out of the box thinker and he loves exercising creativity in problem solving in order to reach as many people as possible through his businesses.

joe_lloyd2.pngJoe Lloyd
Durango Joes

Over the past decade Joe Lloyd and his wife LeAnna have successfully opened 8 coffee shops (soon to be 9) in Durango Colorado and Northwest New Mexico. They have put their heart and soul into developing a brand that reflects not only their love for great coffee but also a strong desire to treat people right from the bean all the way through to the cup.

Beyond excelling at the business side of things, Joe believes that creating an experience that not only provides stellar customer service but also includes educating his staff and customers on where the coffee comes from, how it’s processed, how it’s roasted and how it’s brewed has been a key component of his success.

From the beginning Joe’s desire has been to go the extra mile to discover where great coffee comes from and to meet the people who produce the coffee they serve in their coffee shops. Those travel experiences have ultimately shaped how Joe and his staff view the world of coffee. Joe has taken over half a dozen trips to origin in the last decade and believes those experiences with the coffee growers has been the single most important event in his own growth and development.


"What I liked most about this seminar was the variety of speakers, the opportunity for private consult at the end, and the sharing of real info." -Elli S., Coffee Fest New York Seminar Attendee

"This was a great course. We have been in the industry for 11 years and very successful,  this would have been amazing when we started." -Mike, Coffee Fest New York Seminar Attendee

"The building blocks for taking the next steps and the confirmation from leaders and peers that coffee industry is the best is what I liked most about the seminar. I was inspired to put together a plan and execute it immediately!" -Carly, Coffee Fest Portland Seminar Attendee

"The information from actual coffee shop owners who have experienced the same challenges we face and practical suggestions was very valuable" -Katy, Coffee Fest Portland Seminar Attendee

"I liked hearing from different people who been there and done that. The information was practical and the hand out materials were great." -Randy A., Coffee Fest Chicago Seminar Attendee

We are always amazed at the amount of quality people we meet at your shows, and at how downright enjoyable the staff and atmosphere are.

Eric Girard - Cafe Kreyol