The 17-strong coffee chain and roaster adds further experience to its leadership team with new Head of People & Culture Charlotte Coore tasked with supporting its expanding staff count and store footprint
Coore will lead 200 Degrees' HR department and support the company's culture across all operations | Photo credit: 200 Degrees
Nottingham-based coffee chain and roaster 200 Degrees has appointed a new Head of People & Culture as it seeks to add HR experience to its leadership team.
200 Degrees, which currently operates 17 stores across the UK, plans to open five new coffee shops each year and expand its staff count to 200.
The Head of People & Culture role is a new position which 200 Degrees said will support its current growth plans. The coffee chain and roaster also recently appointed a Financial Controller, a Head of Operations and a Digital Marketing Manager to its central operations team.
Coore, who previously held senior HR positions at pharmaceutical company Charnwood Molecular and medical equipment manufacturer STERIS, will lead 200 Degrees' HR department and support the company’s culture across all operations.
“I was given a great piece of advice a long time ago to invest in the very best people and that advice has paid dividends since Tom Vincent and I started the business ten years ago. Charlotte is a wonderful example of this, and we are all really pleased to welcome her to the 200 Degrees family. As we continue to expand, we want to make sure we are doing everything we can to ensure all our people at 200 Degrees have the same great experience,” said Rob Darby, CEO, 200 Degrees.
“With growth comes much opportunity and given the current job market, it is important to continue to champion 200 Degrees’ culture and values, as well as continuing our investment into our skilled team,” Coore added.