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Web Connectivity

Web connectivity can cut vending operators’ logistics costs, allowing them to track inventory online and centralize decisions about when to restock and what to put in each machine, rather than sending trucks to check each one.

Web Connectivity

Web connectivity can cut vending operators’ logistics costs, allowing them to track inventory online and centralize decisions about when to restock and what to put in each machine, rather than sending trucks to check each one.

  • The average amount of transactions was more than $0.50 higher when using cashless payments.
  • The average cash payment transaction was $1.16 while cashless payments were an average of $1.71. That’s a 47 per cent increase per transaction.

Facts from Michelle Brisebois article
“Cashless By Choice”

More Toronto businesses are taking the leap and no longer accepting coins and bills as fewer and fewer customers seem to be carrying cold hard cash.

“Going cashless is not only the way of the future, it’s also becoming a great way for businesses to save money.”

Malcolm Fowler, Chief product and partnership officer with Moneris

Facts from Philip Lee-Shanok article
“Going cashless catching on in Toronto’s trendy eateries”


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Moneris predicts that by 2030, 90 per cent of their business transactions will be electronic as people get more and more used to going cashless for all their daily transactions.


“Cashless vending gives operators the competitvie advantage to secure and maintain locations”

Rick Kanemasu – Coca Cola® Vending Technology Strategist



Healthy Isn’t Just A Trend

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of consumers claim that nutritional value is the most important factor in the foods they eat.

Manufacturers are offering great-tasting lines of snack mixes, bars, teas and waters.

Many companies, such as Pepsi®, are changing their product to fit these shifting consumer preferences.

Health concerns are at the forefront of these changes, and have had perhaps the greatest impact on new and emerging trends in the food and beverage industry.

Facts from ADRIENNE ZIMMER article
“Healthy Isn’t Just A Trend”


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Manufacturers are offering great-tasting lines of snack mixes, bars, teas and waters.

Many companies, such as Pepsi®, are changing their product to fit these shifting consumer preferences.

JBC Gourmet Coffee Business Captures “Dragon” as an Advisor

News Release

Bruce Croxon is best known as a web business pioneer, co-founder of Lavalife and former star of entrepreneur television show Dragon’s Den / Shark Tank. In 2004 Croxon and his partners sold their stake in Lavalife for staggering 180 million dollars. Eager to try new things, Bruce has spent the last decade starting new ventures, and funding other entrepreneurs in a wide range of different industries.

After watching him on TV for years, audiences are now getting a chance to meet and learn from Bruce in person via a series of public and corporate speaking engagements such as one of Croxon’s newest associated ventures, Java Brew Collection (JBC). Bruce loves the gourmet coffee business and is not shy to talk about it. After being quoted in several national publications saying that “Investing into the gourmet coffee business was the one of the best investment he ever made”, he was asked and accepted a position as a special advisor to the Java Brew Collection (JBC), one of North America’s most rapidly growing networks of “in office” gourmet coffee distributors.

Java Brew Collection’s (JBC) Senior Marketing Director, Rod Spendiff was quoted as saying, “Bruce Croxon’s high profile and experience in the business world, as well as his ownership of a highly successful gourmet coffee business, will make him an excellent advisor to our company in building our brand and expanding our network of area operators.