The co-founder of Beans Coffee Club says it’s OK to make losses when you start your business, but make sure it’s money you can afford to lose.
By Jill Martin Wrenn
Having a caffeinated drink when drunk can counter some of the effects of alcohol, but not the ones that matter.
BBC NewsCopyright: Beth Cook
The co-owner of a coffee shop business closed because of coronavirus has begun online coffee-making courses to raise money for charity.
Beth Cook from Applaud Coffee, which has two shops in Ipswich, said she has a "passion for teaching people about coffee and improving people's skills".
She said she wanted "to be creative in thinking of ways to help" the mental health charity Mind, and has asked those who take her courses to donate money to them instead of paying her.
She said: "Mental health obviously is going to [be a] struggle massively for a lot of people during this time and after."
By Nina Nanji
By Michelle Meehan
BBC Live reporter
One Brighton coffee firm is trying to do its bit for NHS workers across Sussex.
By Hamish Mackay
The owner if a chain of coffe shops has decided to close them all because of coronavirus.
Coffee firm boss Helen Russell says that if a company really looks after its staff, they will be happier and work harder.