East Anglia Coffee brand, Paddy & Scott’s continues to grow and develop with the launch of a brand new workplace coffee programme, designed to make it even easier for businesses of all sizes to order beautiful coffee and help fund school meals in coffee growing regions around the world.
Targeting dynamic workplaces, keen to improve employee experience and productivity, the new Paddy & Scott’s workplace offer; www(dot)paddyandscotts(dot)coffee aims to make their coffee accessible for a broader range of B2B customers and gives the brand a chance to connect with businesses that they weren’t able to work with in the past.
“We are very excited to launch this new workplace coffee package as it will be the first time that an office manager, business owner or team leader can order from us directly through our website for their workplace – at the frequency and in the quantities that suit them,” explains Scott Russell, founder at Paddy & Scott’s.
“We’re looking forward to fuelling the ambitions of great employees and ambitious companies who value collaboration and a great cup of coffee. And then working with your teams to help us on our mission to fund million school meals through our lunch box coffee programme, whether it’s enjoyed in the office, in the kitchen or in the meeting rooms.”
The new website allows businesses to create an account and easily determine how much coffee they need to order, or what equipment might best suit their needs. “We want to help people order exactly the right quantities so nothing goes to waste,” continues Scott, “and, best of all, it’s all shipped via our carbon-neutral delivery service.”
The trade site will offer an initial sample box which includes a selection of Paddy & Scott’s best selling products, so businesses can try them with their teams before buying more. To celebrate the launch of the site, the first 50 customers to sign up will have the chance to get one of these boxes at a special price of £55.00.
The new website launches this week and Paddy & Scott’s hopes to extend the easy-ordering option to its wider trade customers next year.