A resume of working at Inc. magazine today reported It’s the sixth annual Founders Women list, honoring a group of 200 bold women whose innovations and ideas are shaping the world into a better place.
Founders cross all industries and bring with them unique success stories from each stage of the entrepreneurial journey, from startup to going public, acquiring large customers, or spending decades at the helm of an organization. Everything from shoes to food refreshes and challenges issues like financial literacy and health identity.
Sahra Nguyen, Founder & CEO of Nguyen Coffee Supply, Inc. The magazine shares with Eva Longoria, Lena Waithe, Kim Abrams, and Jaymee Messler as one of the magazine’s Women’s Founder 200. This recognition after several wins the uniqueness of Sahra. Coffee brand this year as it continues to change the narrative around robust coffee in the US and lead the next wave of coffee to uplift the most iconic coffee communities around the world.
We tried a closer coffee here at Grit Daily – between batches GALLERY Daily House – SxSW on March 11 – and it can be said that it is competitive with some of the top brands worldwide. Rich and bold flavors, our “favorite” coconut milk infused variety. And at 180 mg of caffeine, Nguyen strongly disagreed with the assumption that more caffeine is better. (It is not).
“Through this incredible honor and recognition, I am inspired to expand our mission to build a more equitable coffee industry and deliver coffee to the largest community: robust farmers around the world,” said Sahra Nguyen, in an email to Grit Daily.
Nguyen Coffee Supply is Vietnam’s first specialty coffee company and a proud champion of robust soft beans. Importing directly from the source and roasting in Brooklyn, New York, their mission is to transform the coffee industry through diversity, sustainability and cultural integrity. In addition to being an unknown but delicious beer, Robusta farming practices are more sustainable and use fewer pesticides. Its beans, higher in caffeine content, are lower in fat and sugar. Despite the coffee industry’s stigma against robust species, which excludes robust farming communities from entering the specialty coffee market, Nguyen Coffee Supply sets out to change the narrative, educate consumers and expand the conversation about coffee being inclusive of robust. Vietnam is the second largest producer of coffee in the world (and the leading producer of robusta beans) and yet the country has not played a significant role in the cultivation of specialty coffee – a sector valued at $25 billion in the US
In 2021, Nguyen graced the cover of Food & Wine magazine as one of their “25 Sports Moneymakers”, and has been featured in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Forbes, Vice, Fortune, CBS Saturday Morning; and recently on the front page of the Wall Street Journal. In 2020, Imbibe Magazine will feature Sahra Nguyen as one of the #Imbibe75 – the people, places, and directions that will shape the way you drink in 2020.
Nguyen Coffee Supply ships to customers in all 50 states and internationally in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Singapore, UK and is available in restaurants and cafes in New York City, Washington DC, Seattle, Kansas City, as well as in all good places nearby. we were angry Also sold at Whole Foods, FreshDirect, Gorillas, Weee! and more. Nguyen Coffee Supply can be enjoyed in a wide range of styles, including traditional cà phê sữa đá (Vietnamese coffee with condensed milk and concrete ice) as well as pour-over, Chemex, French press, drip, espresso and canned. to drink cold beers.
Each year, Inc. The editors review thousands of applications to highlight female founders who are challenging the status quo and tackling the world’s biggest problems. A list of women who have overcome challenges and raised them around them while leading impactful organizations across the country. Sahra Nguyen joins the ranks of previous honorees including Jessica Alba, Tracee Ellis Ross, Rihanna and Shonda Rhimes.
“These 200 female founders identified solutions to difficult problems and created valuable, industry-changing companies from them. We congratulate them on this year’s list of achievements and look forward to their continued success,” Inc. editor Scot-Omelianuk says.
Jordan is French Founder and Executive Editor of Grit Daily. Winner of live journalism, the Daily Grit team from ABC, CBS, Roncus, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, Forbes, Fox, PopSugar, SF Chronicle, VentureBeat, The Verge, Vice, and The Voice. An award-winning journalist, he is on the editorial staff at TheStreet.com and Fast 50 and Inc. 500 entrepreneurs at one sale. Once an engineer and intellectual property attorney, a third company, BeeHex, rose to fame for its “3D printed astronaut pizza” and is now a military contractor. A prolific investor, he’s invested in 50+ early stage startups with 7 exits by 2012.