Allied Businesses follow a simple and basic framework.
It is an in-formal relationship among businesses established for the specific purpose to improve customer service and in some cases to reduce costs for our students and Alumni.
We have never played favourites, and in doing so, we have amassed a list of allied businesses that fulfill our internal criteria and standard.
This is a tough list to get onto and businesses can easily be removed when found not to be following the criteria.
If you believe that some on this list may be in question to whether or not they are upholding a high standard, then please feel free to contact us directly.
For a business to be voted off the Allied Business list the Approved Business Committee, which is made up of coffee professional peers will conduct a meeting and proceed to a vote.
Just to be clear, we don’t sell any products from any of the Allied Businesses and do not get anything in the form of kickbacks, commissions or play politics from making this list.
Contact us to learn more about being an Allied Business.
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