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Barista quality coffee – the must-have office perk in 2020

Looking for ways to improve employee engagement and take workplace culture to an all-time high? According to JURA Australia’s Managing Director, George Liakatos, an office coffee machine is just the starting point, however, it needs to be sustainable and produce a cup of Joe as good as the local barista to ensure the benefits are truly seen.

“In many workplaces, the office coffee machine is the water cooler of 2020. We’re all looking for ways to lift office morale and create a sense of community and it’s well reported that sharing a cup of coffee with a colleague provides the opportunity to build relationships and in some cases be an ice-breaker,” says George.

JURA Australia has a wide selection of professional coffee machines suitable for small offices, right through to large corporations. The top three picks for 2020 include:
  • WE8: Suitable for up to 30 coffees per day making 16 coffee specialities – RRP $2,850
  • X8: Suitable for up to 80 coffees per day making 21 coffee specialities – RRP $3,949
  • GIGA X8: Suitable for up to 200 coffees per day making 32 coffee specialities – RRP $8,789

“Our J.O.E app has also recently been upgraded to include Siri functionality for iPhone users. So now, not only can employees program and save their favourite coffee right down to the grind, coffee strength, amount of milk and milk foam, they can simply ask Siri to make their coffee,” said George.
To evaluate which coffee machine is best suited for various office spaces, JURA Australia has created an easy calculator tool to provide the best options based on productivity, return on investment and beans vs pods consumption. Go to:

About JURA:
JURA’s products stand for innovation, ease of use and sustainability. JURA believe in the perfect cup of coffee, using fresh beans, freshly ground and extracted at the touch of a button. The product range includes both machines for domestic use and professional models for the office and food service industry. In recent years the long-established Swiss brand has grown to become a global player, operating in around 50 countries.