what it means when your work truly captures your heart and your imagination.
looking to hire someone better than ourselves.’ Our buddy Howard Schultz, who
opened a few (thousand) coffee shops called Starbucks said that and he did
alright so we’ve made it our mantra also – A hard-working, motivated
over-achiever who is able to handle dealing with industry leaders and
multi-site national accounts as equally as with a bucket and blender in hand,
mixing natural goodness.
just your average froyo store. We come with a much bigger heart, a
better tasting yogurt and a name with more than 4 letters. Five in fact. That’s
what bee me yogurt is all about. We are currently serving from 10 locations
across London, coming off of being the only Company to serve frozen yogurt
at the London Olympics 2012. We have a value proposition that is rooted in
having the best product, but then is unlike any offered by competitors in this
about business, marketing, branding and a strong commercial and strategic mind
are all assets. Balancing hundreds of items (no joke) at a time with intricate
detail and knowing when to switch between macro and micro attention to things
to communicate in 12 languages including Italian hand gestures is a plus.
Sleeping four hours a night sometimes required but not recommended. If you’re
lactose intolerant and can’t eat yogurt or dairy, fret not, we’ll still consider
playing it safe and we don’t do things the way they’ve always been done. And most
importantly, we’re not trying to fit the system of opening up stores and hoping
it doesn’t rain in the UK. There are some things that even prayers can’t help
with – unpredictable weather in the UK is one of them.
Company that is seeking to revolutionise the way frozen yogurt is offered – and
we don’t mean by putting it on the shelf at a grocery store. What we can tell
you at this stage is that we’re a Company that cares more than others think
wise, dreams more than others think practical and expects more than others
management team will allow you to impart your culture, your
values and your guiding principles with our own and inculcate them into a
growing business early in its life so that they can guide every decision, every
hire, and every strategic objective going forward.
If you want
to build a great enterprise, you have to have the courage to dream great
dreams. And if you’re still reading this, it means you haven’t been scared off
by the daunting challenge and you may just have what it takes. So if you want
to achieve widespread impact and lasting value, be bold. Bee me.