Webinar: 5 Coffee Shop And Craft Brewery Technologies Helping Brew Up Business


Recently, we posted 5 Coffee Shop and Craft Brewery Technologies Helping Brew Up Business on our blog. Many of you have reached out with questions and presented us with a variety of scenarios from driving traffic to your coffee shop and craft brewery’s physical storefront, engaging customers once they’re in your physical store, further engagement post visit and how to drive them back to other channels of your business like eCommerce or a pop up location.

Hosting a audio webinar would be a great chance for us to answer your questions while hearing from one of our loyal customers, Kevin Frey, owner of Puritan Coffee & Beer in Fayetteville, AR on how he is using a combination of features from GoGoGuest including wifi management, intelligent marketing automation and email marketing. He’ll also talk about how integrating a guest amenity to purchases has improved user experience in his stores while increasing revenue. We recently featured Kevin’s customer success story: Launching a Quick Service Retail Business.

If you’re the owner or manager of an independent, multi-location or franchise coffee shop or craft brewery register for this event. This audio webinar is going to provide you with the different techniques to acquire customers, create and send marketing campaigns, elevate guest experience, better manage and secure your network and how to drive and engage customers ¬†across multiple channels of your business. Join us for the 5 Coffeeshop and Craft Brewery Technologies helping brew up business.

The live audio webinar will start at 10AM PDT on July 24, 2019. It will last for 30 minutes with a 15 minute Q&A. Participants are invited to register and submit their questions ahead of the event.

Register to join the audio webinar live or to receive an advanced copy in your inbox.

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