Social opportunity on coffee shop
Opportunities open a coffee shop in the mall and office buildings are still very open because for the city, drink coffee together has become a necessity. Everyone loved the coffee and coffee atmosphere relaxed, loose and information enjoyed while chatting, chat/browsing internet, small meeting or discussion. More than that the coffee shop has become a strategic place to make a deal and business negotiation or a place to spend time waiting for hours jammed in the capital. Café Republic (KKR) is the concept of specialty coffee bar espresso coffee made from ingredients of real coffee from various parts of Indonesia elected and diverse. KKR offer experience (experience) coffee with coffee bar atmosphere to enjoy a coffee ritual into something fun. This concept is made different from the coffee shop that currently exists in Indonesia.
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