Coffeepreneur by Frank Laurent Coffee Roasters

1 . OCT . 2017    |    Udini Square Outlet, Pulau Pinang   |    10am – 1pm

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Interested to start a coffee shop or learning more on FnB startups? and IEEE USM Student Branch had started an entrepreneurship engagement with Frank Laurent Coffee Roasters in order to encourage more university students to become a part of startup. Join us into venturing the details on basic coffee skills and start-up tips. In this event, you can take your first step into venturing your dream coffee business. If you want to know how to start a coffee shop, you’re in the right place. Anywhere you go, the coffee culture will always be surrounding you. Surely you will find people who loves great coffee to start off their day with.

The aromatic coffees smell floods the café with happiness. Their dark roasted coffee beans blends will definitely make your day. If you are adventurous on coffee, you have come to the right café. There will be 4 sessions – Coffee brewing, Espresso brewing, Cupping and Latte Art prepared for you to make your great coffee.

Ever had a dream to start something big but have no idea how? Great timing, and IEEE USM Student Branch will provide you the opportunity to find out more with Frank Ee, founder of Frank Laurent Coffee Roasters. Frank Laurent Coffee Roasters is founded by a young coffee enthusiast. Starting with an empty lot at Udini Square Outlet, Penang, the founder of Frank Laurent Café started his cafe business. Who says you are ever too young to try something new? The founder has inspired many to take a leap of faith to try something new and to make your dream a reality. Be passionate and let your imagination run wild with you. 

Limited to 40 people, first come, first served! Do sign up early to reserve a place for yourself. We will have a small ice breaking session before we head on to the workshops. Have fun and enjoy the sessions with your heart and souls.


A startup is a company working to solve a problem where the solution is not obvious and success is not guaranteed,” says Neil Blumenthal, cofounder and co-CEO of Warby Parker.

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