Briggo Continues to Support The Del Fuego Project
February 17, 2020
Connected Coffee stands for more than just a good cup of coffee in the morning. When Briggo was founded, creating opportunities from farm to cup quickly became one of the main pillars of our company’s culture and focus. For this reason, Briggo is dedicating 10 cents of every cup sold in the month of October to support The Del Fuego Project in aiding, educating, and empowering smallholder coffee farmers in the Yepocapa region of Guatemala.
Briggo Coffee Launches into 2020 Following a Historic Year of Growth
January 14, 2020
Strategic partnerships resulted in rapid expansion across five verticals and four major U.S. markets
Introducing Briggo’s New Coffee Partner – Sightglass Coffee
November 26, 2019
We’re very proud to announce Sightglass Coffee Roasters will be serving their infamous Crown Point Blend through our Coffee Haus in the San Francisco International Airport at Terminal 3.
Introducing Briggo’s New Coffee Partner – Verve Coffee
June 20, 2019
With the opening of Briggo’s very first robotic Coffee Haus in San Francisco, California brings a new and very exciting partnership. We’re very proud to announce Verve Coffee Roasters will be serving their infamous Sermon Blend through our Coffee Haus in the San Francisco International Airport at Terminal 3.
Briggo Named to Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies List
March 7, 2019
Recognized for its transformative robotic technology that delivers gourmet specialty coffee and tea to on-the-go consumers, Austin-based Briggo has been named to Fast Company magazine’s prestigious list of the World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2019.
Podcast: Discussing The Del Fuego Project with Taya Brown
November 21, 2018
This is the second podcast in a quick series about Briggo’s support of The Del Fuego Project (listen to our first podcast with Briggo’s founder here). During the months of October and November Briggo is donating 10 cents of every cup sold directly to Del Fuego. This money will help to aid, empower, and educate the smallholder coffee farmers in Yepocapa, Guatemala.