Boss Coffee Pros: Liz Dean & SCA's Dubai Announcement
This last week has been a doozy. I haven’t been feeling the greatest, health-wise, and SCA’s poorly worded announcement & “policy” reverberated through the industry. Ironically, my planned blog post topic today was supposed to be around values – standing up & speaking out – and how that can be beneficial to your company. I don’t have the bandwidth to write that right now; instead, I’ve linked my email to the Board below.
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This is a copy of an email I sent to the SCA Board earlier this week.
I’m writing to express my extreme frustration, dissatisfaction, and disappointment at your recent announcement regarding hosting a world event in Dubai.
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