Is a mobile cafe for me?
Who are we looking for?
Running a mobile cafe can be extremely rewarding and lots of fun. Our franchisees enjoy a healthy work-life balance allowing them to spend more time doing the things they love whilst also enjoying earning a living.
Being your own boss, however, is not for everyone and requires hard work, dedication and 100% commitment, especially during the first year of trading.
We will provide you with the tools and knowledge to run a profitable business and get you off to a great start. We will provide you with structured ongoing support to help you develop your skills and strengthen your business, however we're not your 'boss' and cannot force you to get up in the morning and run your business.
You're ultimately the person in charge you need to have the self-discipline and strength of character to take our advice, follow the system and get out there and make your business work. Running your coffee van will for the most-part be very enjoyable and rewarding, but as with anything worthwhile there will be some tough decisions and hard work along the way.
Is Really Awesome Coffee right for you?
If you don’t feel like sitting in an office all day, believe it’s time for a lifestyle change and think you have what it takes to take control and be your own boss then this could be the right business choice for you and we'd love for you to get in touch.
“I love working for myself and take great satisfaction from hearing customer compliments on both my van and the coffee that I serve” – Andy Baxter
“I really enjoy the rapport I have with my customers, I think that is the best part of the job for me - I love chatting to them!” – Lisa Hughes
“The 'stand out' moment so far for me has been the realisation that I really am now my own boss and most importantly, be a father” – Andrew Donovan
“It’s very important that you enjoy running your business...... I really enjoy running my business” – Ray Holland
“I was at a stage where I wanted to create a work/family balance and not work every weekend and most evenings, so setting up a mobile cafe seemed to make good sense” – Richard Baker