Coffee Forums UK reaches the 1000 members milestone!

From coffee drinker to Pro industry; Coffee Forums UK is for everyone...

In just over 2 years Coffee Forums UK has grown from an idea to a vibrant online coffee community and has reached the 1000 members milestone

In just over 2 years Coffee Forums UK has grown from an idea to a vibrant online coffee community.

Coffee Forums UK founder Glenn Watson said “The support and enthusiasm of our members has been incredible, with a high level of interaction and knowledge sharing helping coffee lovers from all walks of life enjoy a great cup of coffee at home”.

Recently Coffee Forums UK has welcomed onboard a small number of site advertisers, allowing the forum software to be upgraded and new member features such as blogs, polls, articles, a gallery and a wiki to be rolled out.

We would like to publicly thank all our members and site advertisers for taking time to read and post on Coffee Forums UK and giving us a truly global reach.

For more information or to become a member visit http://coffeeforums.co.uk
You can also follow us on Twitter @coffee_forums

Coffee Forums UK is an online coffee community, funded in its early stages by 5M Coffee Company Limited. For more information or to become a member visit http://coffeeforums.co.uk
You can also follow us on Twitter @coffee_forums

I’ve been a member & moderator at http://www.coffeeforums.co.uk for a good while now.  It’s members range from Industry Pro’s/baristas/roasters/engineers but also has home baristas, coffee lovers and enthusisats in equal measure. This makes for a truly friendly, helpful & vibrant community. Whether you can offer advice or want to gain some, Coffee Forums UK is the place to go.

What’s more, It’s free from elitism and the usual “ego’s” you find on most forums. There are no incidents of flaming or arguments, its members preferring to engage in healthy debate and friendly banter!

Because of the massive cross-section of members I find it a refreshing forum to be a part of. From the questions asked of its members you get a good sense for how the industry is progressing and shaping. This is especially important if you run a coffee related business. Who needs opinion polls and market research when you have a whole forum of opinion and discussion on www.coffeeforums.co.uk!

When you’ve finished reading this blog click the link and take a look!

Lee

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~ by Lee Wardle on October 2, 2010.

One Response to “Coffee Forums UK reaches the 1000 members milestone!”

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