David Donde
( Origin Coffee Roasting )
What the hell does it take to get
 ahead or just keep on going?
To get ahead, get a hat.

Or was that 12 Martinis at lunch?
The world pre Industrial
      Revolution
   This got me thinking
 This got me thinking
 Kinda lucky for me then?
 This got me thinking
 Kinda lucky for me then?

 But was this the whole picture?
   Ahh we have the answer here?
 Ahh we have the answer here?
 This will solve the worlds problems!
 Ahh we have the answer here?
 This will solve the worlds problems!

 And I will feel good about it
   SA Translation:
 SA Translation:
 AKA – KAK
 SA Translation:
 AKA – KAK
   Seems to be rhyme there?
 SA Translation:
 AKA – KAK
   Seems to be rhyme there?
   Oh maybe it was just there so I could be
    charged more?
   The Question is:
 The Question is:
 Will we be able to get it next ….
 The Question is:
 Will we be able to get it next ….

 Decade?
 The Question is:
 Will we be able to get it next ….

 Decade?

 Year?
 The Question is:
 Will we be able to get it next ….

 Decade?

 Year?

 Week?
   Natural wealth?
 Natural wealth?
 Means of Production?
 Natural wealth?
 Means of Production?

 Energy?
 Natural wealth?
 Means of Production?

 Energy?

 Water?
 Natural wealth?
 Means of Production?

 Energy?

 Water?

 Efficiency?
   Oops , meant Price Challenge
 Oops , meant Price Challenge
 Spelt it wrong, thought it was better though?
 Oops , meant Price Challenge
 Spelt it wrong, thought it was better though?

 What will it cost?
 Oops , meant Price Challenge
 Spelt it wrong, thought it was better though?

 What will it cost?

 Can we sell it for...
 Oops , meant Price Challenge
 Spelt it wrong, thought it was better though?

 What will it cost?

 Can we sell it for...
   The danger of this trap!
 The danger of this trap!
 GM foodstuffs = Commodity
 The danger of this trap!
 GM foodstuffs = Commodity

 For the rest, Brands
 The danger of this trap!
 GM foodstuffs = Commodity

 For the rest, Brands

 Otherwise commodities value, food will

...
   Brand =
 Brand =
 Is purchasing part of Branding?
 Brand =
 Is purchasing part of Branding?

 Where will this stop?
   A local Fish and Chip shop with multiple sites
 A local Fish and Chip shop with multiple sites
 Major issue is continued supply
 A local Fish and Chip shop with multiple sites
 Major issue is continued supply

 Major energy into securing supply
 A local Fish and Chip shop with multiple sites
 Major issue is continued supply

 Major energy into securing supply

...
   Customer First
 Customer First
 Shareholders
 Customer First
 Shareholders

 Suppliers must eke out a living
 Customer First
 Shareholders

 Suppliers must eke out a living

 No more….
 Customer First
 Shareholders

 Suppliers must eke out a living

 No more….

 Vertical Integration
 Customer First
 Shareholders

 Suppliers must eke out a living

 No more….

 Vertical Integration

 Buying Farms etc
   Competitive advantage?
 Competitive advantage?
 Production
 Competitive advantage?
 Production

 Marketing
 Competitive advantage?
 Production

 Marketing

 Intellectual
 Competitive advantage?
 Production

 Marketing

 Intellectual

 Procurement
 Competitive advantage?
 Production

 Marketing

 Intellectual

 Procurement

 First in Queue?
 Competitive advantage?
 Production

 Marketing

 Intellectual

 Procurement

 First in Queue?

 Relationship with ...
 Competitive advantage?
 Production

 Marketing

 Intellectual

 Procurement

 First in Queue?

 Relationship with ...
 Competitive advantage?
 Production

 Marketing

 Intellectual

 Procurement

 First in Queue?

 Relationship with ...
 Competitive advantage?
 Production

 Marketing

 Intellectual

 Procurement

 First in Queue?

 Relationship with ...
   NY C = ~$1.30
 NY C = ~$1.30
 Fair Trade = ~ $1.60
 NY C = ~$1.30
 Fair Trade = ~ $1.60

 Origin Hasn’t Paid less than $5
 NY C = ~$1.30
 Fair Trade = ~ $1.60

 Origin Hasn’t Paid less than $5

 Relationship Coffee
 NY C = ~$1.30
 Fair Trade = ~ $1.60

 Origin Hasn’t Paid less than $5

 Relationship Coffee

 Who gets first pick whe...
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  1. 1. David Donde ( Origin Coffee Roasting )
  2. 2. What the hell does it take to get ahead or just keep on going?
  3. 3. To get ahead, get a hat. Or was that 12 Martinis at lunch?
  4. 4. The world pre Industrial Revolution
  5. 5.  This got me thinking
  6. 6.  This got me thinking  Kinda lucky for me then?
  7. 7.  This got me thinking  Kinda lucky for me then?  But was this the whole picture?
  8. 8.  Ahh we have the answer here?
  9. 9.  Ahh we have the answer here?  This will solve the worlds problems!
  10. 10.  Ahh we have the answer here?  This will solve the worlds problems!  And I will feel good about it
  11. 11.  SA Translation:
  12. 12.  SA Translation:  AKA – KAK
  13. 13.  SA Translation:  AKA – KAK  Seems to be rhyme there?
  14. 14.  SA Translation:  AKA – KAK  Seems to be rhyme there?  Oh maybe it was just there so I could be charged more?
  15. 15.  The Question is:
  16. 16.  The Question is:  Will we be able to get it next ….
  17. 17.  The Question is:  Will we be able to get it next ….  Decade?
  18. 18.  The Question is:  Will we be able to get it next ….  Decade?  Year?
  19. 19.  The Question is:  Will we be able to get it next ….  Decade?  Year?  Week?
  20. 20.  Natural wealth?
  21. 21.  Natural wealth?  Means of Production?
  22. 22.  Natural wealth?  Means of Production?  Energy?
  23. 23.  Natural wealth?  Means of Production?  Energy?  Water?
  24. 24.  Natural wealth?  Means of Production?  Energy?  Water?  Efficiency?
  25. 25.  Oops , meant Price Challenge
  26. 26.  Oops , meant Price Challenge  Spelt it wrong, thought it was better though?
  27. 27.  Oops , meant Price Challenge  Spelt it wrong, thought it was better though?  What will it cost?
  28. 28.  Oops , meant Price Challenge  Spelt it wrong, thought it was better though?  What will it cost?  Can we sell it for that?
  29. 29.  Oops , meant Price Challenge  Spelt it wrong, thought it was better though?  What will it cost?  Can we sell it for that?  It’s just a commodity isn’t it?
  30. 30.  The danger of this trap!
  31. 31.  The danger of this trap!  GM foodstuffs = Commodity
  32. 32.  The danger of this trap!  GM foodstuffs = Commodity  For the rest, Brands
  33. 33.  The danger of this trap!  GM foodstuffs = Commodity  For the rest, Brands  Otherwise commodities value, food will compete with energy over price
  34. 34.  Brand =
  35. 35.  Brand =  Is purchasing part of Branding?
  36. 36.  Brand =  Is purchasing part of Branding?  Where will this stop?
  37. 37.  A local Fish and Chip shop with multiple sites
  38. 38.  A local Fish and Chip shop with multiple sites  Major issue is continued supply
  39. 39.  A local Fish and Chip shop with multiple sites  Major issue is continued supply  Major energy into securing supply
  40. 40.  A local Fish and Chip shop with multiple sites  Major issue is continued supply  Major energy into securing supply  Challenge: to establish themselves as a “customer of preference”
  41. 41.  Customer First
  42. 42.  Customer First  Shareholders
  43. 43.  Customer First  Shareholders  Suppliers must eke out a living
  44. 44.  Customer First  Shareholders  Suppliers must eke out a living  No more….
  45. 45.  Customer First  Shareholders  Suppliers must eke out a living  No more….  Vertical Integration
  46. 46.  Customer First  Shareholders  Suppliers must eke out a living  No more….  Vertical Integration  Buying Farms etc
  47. 47.  Competitive advantage?
  48. 48.  Competitive advantage?  Production
  49. 49.  Competitive advantage?  Production  Marketing
  50. 50.  Competitive advantage?  Production  Marketing  Intellectual
  51. 51.  Competitive advantage?  Production  Marketing  Intellectual  Procurement
  52. 52.  Competitive advantage?  Production  Marketing  Intellectual  Procurement  First in Queue?
  53. 53.  Competitive advantage?  Production  Marketing  Intellectual  Procurement  First in Queue?  Relationship with supplier
  54. 54.  Competitive advantage?  Production  Marketing  Intellectual  Procurement  First in Queue?  Relationship with supplier  Relationship with planet
  55. 55.  Competitive advantage?  Production  Marketing  Intellectual  Procurement  First in Queue?  Relationship with supplier  Relationship with planet  Caring from a market perspective…
  56. 56.  Competitive advantage?  Production  Marketing  Intellectual  Procurement  First in Queue?  Relationship with supplier  Relationship with planet  Caring from a market perspective…  … and from a continuity perspective
  57. 57.  NY C = ~$1.30
  58. 58.  NY C = ~$1.30  Fair Trade = ~ $1.60
  59. 59.  NY C = ~$1.30  Fair Trade = ~ $1.60  Origin Hasn’t Paid less than $5
  60. 60.  NY C = ~$1.30  Fair Trade = ~ $1.60  Origin Hasn’t Paid less than $5  Relationship Coffee
  61. 61.  NY C = ~$1.30  Fair Trade = ~ $1.60  Origin Hasn’t Paid less than $5  Relationship Coffee  Who gets first pick when it all hits the fan?

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