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    Boston Tea Party


    Boston Tea Party

    Bringing care and character to the community.

    Creating a community through coffee and good food.

    When we first met Boston Tea Party they operated on a regional basis, with a handful of sites scattered across the South West. It was clear that Boston Tea Party had built a sociable community with locals. With each café celebrating local produce and characterful buildings we knew Boston Tea Party would be happily welcomed in new locations.

    Boston Tea Party ban takeaway coffee cups.

    The café have made industry leading progress when it comes to creating a sustainably driven business. Since 2017 Boston Tea Party have banned all plastic straws, plastic bottles and takeaway coffee cups. This bold move is what sets the company apart from competitors and highlights our personal alignment with them.

    “It’s more important than ever that we all make little changes to put the planet first”

    Polly Akielan, Team Member

    A chance to grow.

    Building on the success of existing stores, Boston Tea Party required a careful strategy. Identifying suitable towns with strong communities was essential to their growth. We created a sustainable expansion strategy, compiled location reports and compared demographic data to ensure that Boston Tea Party were making informed decisions.

    27 stores and counting.

    Acting as an extension of the Boston Tea Party property team, we continue to drive their development and provide in-depth advice where required. We are proud to represent the growing Boston Tea Party community.

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