Coffee delivery company Coffee Delivery will be available to customers across Australia in the coming weeks, following a trial in Brisbane.
The company says it will be launching a new service in the city’s CBD soon, which will allow customers to deliver orders for up to 24 hours per day and offer a range of delivery options including delivery from your home, to the front door.
The new service will be rolled out across Sydney, Brisbane, the Gold Coast, the Hobart CBD, Perth, Darwin and Hobart.
The app is currently available in the Apple App Store and Google Play for $1.99, and is available for both Android and iOS devices.
Coffee Delivery CEO Jason Sargent said the company would be adding a lot more services to its service in coming weeks.
“Our coffee delivery has been on the rise over the last couple of years and we are currently delivering more than 10,000 cups of coffee per day,” he said.
“We have also had some very successful partnerships with the likes of Dunkin Donuts, Sainsbury’s, Coles, and Starbucks.”
Coffeemate CEO Jason, pictured here delivering a cup of coffee to a customer at the cafe in Brisbane’s CBD, says the company’s services are currently being rolled out to Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Darwin.
“It’s a fantastic opportunity for our business to grow.
We are excited about our ability to expand our footprint and be able to offer coffee delivery in the CBD in the next few months,” he added.
Mr Sargentin says Coffee Delivery currently has a trial of up to eight hours per week, but the company plans to add a wide range of services in coming months.
“The service is already available in Brisbane, and we will be rolling out to other cities in the New South Wales and Victorian regions over the next three months,” Mr Sargin said.
Caffeine delivery startup Coffee Delivery is one of the most anticipated startups to hit the market in the past few years, as it plans to use technology to deliver coffee directly to customers’ doorsteps.
Cafe Delivery’s co-founder Jason Sargeant said the app would allow customers who wanted to deliver a cup to their door to order it on the spot.
“I think a lot of people are excited by the idea of being able to get their coffee to their doorstep,” he told News Corp Australia.
“So if we can make that happen and actually make coffee delivery work, I think that would be a really big win.”
Cafepower founder Paul, pictured, says he is excited about the potential of the app.
Mr Paul said he hopes to be able deliver coffees to his customers in Australia in coming days.
“This will be a big win for Australia,” he explained.
“When we started Coffee Delivery a couple of months ago, we were talking to people about the delivery service, and they were very excited about it, and so we wanted to get some really good feedback from them.”
Mr Paul says he will be offering coffee delivery to customers who sign up for the app, and will be starting a coffee delivery delivery service in Melbourne this weekend.
“My customers are really excited about this idea,” he confirmed.
“They’re really excited that they can have a coffee delivered to their home and not just go to Starbucks.”
If you get a cup delivered to your door, that’s great, and I think people are really looking forward to this.
“Caffeeal is already providing coffee delivery services in Melbourne, and has been offering coffee deliveries to customers in Melbourne since 2014.
Cafeepower CEO Paul, who has worked with the company since its inception, said the coffee delivery app is a great way for people to get coffee delivered.”
People have been asking me for a year and I’ve been waiting for this,” he commented.”
Coffees are very expensive, so why not have a way for coffee to be delivered to a home?
“Cafebreaker co-founders Paul and Jason Sager are also excited about how the app will allow the coffee to arrive on time and without any fuss.”
CafeDelivery co-CEO Paul said the service will also be able use existing delivery lines, meaning customers will be able choose to pay for their coffee in cash or by credit card.”
I’ve always been really excited when we start working with people, and Coffee Delivery has really taken the cake.”
CafeDelivery co-CEO Paul said the service will also be able use existing delivery lines, meaning customers will be able choose to pay for their coffee in cash or by credit card.
Mr Murray said Coffee Delivery’s app will be designed to help customers who would like to deliver their coffee directly into the homes of their neighbours.
“You’re going to have a bunch of coffee shops in your neighbourhood that you want to serve, and that’s why Coffee Delivery really fits into that, and allows them to serve their customers without a bunch to buy,” he predicted.