Cxffeeblack

Maurice was growing his specialty café, Cxffeeblack, but was struggling with customer retention. He wanted to introduce a subscription service, but the software couldn’t be run on mobile devices alone. Maurice came to Communities Unlimited for a small business loan to purchase a laptop. Thanks to the purchase, the subscription service will launch in September 2020 and the business continues to grow.

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