TBP Podcast 77 : Elevating Your Business’ Product and Service Through Providing a Unique Experience With Gio Visitacion
Entrepreneurs are born innovators. They seek to become a better version of themselves. They are driven by their passions because of their will to improve themselves and the people around them. If you’re looking to start a venture, where business and passion meet, then by all means go ahead. Entrepreneurship is an open path that we can all take.
We invited Gio Visitacion, owner of the Good Cup Coffee Company, and the Philippine Brewer’s Cup Champion of 2020. Starting as a DJ, Gio has found his passion for coffee and has found a way to bring quality products and service to Cebu.
In this episode, Gio talks about when, how, and why he has decided to venture into a coffee business. He shares his extensive education with coffee, how he’s established his business in Cebu, and his business’ transition during the pandemic. He also opens up about a sensitive incident that leads them to shift their priorities and vision.
Join us as we talk about coffee, going digital, finding ways to cater to customers, and moving forward despite the many ups and downs. If you’re interested in coffee and good company then this is an episode that you don’t want to miss!
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- Gio started as a DJ and found his passion for coffee from his memorable experience in Makati, then decided to pursue coffee as a career.
- Gio shares his passion for coffee, its many nuances, and how his business aims to give value and experience to its customers.
- He talks about Good Cup Coffee Co.’s transition into the pandemic, the great shift from their routine, and how they have coped with a business stopping incident.
- Deconstruct your business. Find out what your niche wants, cater to their needs, and find a way to address this without crippling your company’s ability to deliver your product. Become a customer-centric business first and foremost.
- With the current pandemic, businesses are struggling to keep afloat. Gio talks about how the current economy has impacted employees, business owners, and Cebu in general.