October 10, 2016 Team Mint

Long days and short blacks

We’ve been busy so far this school holidays conducting a whole heap of 60 minute interviews with Adelaidians, from our “second office” at Cibo on Hutt! We’ve been shooting the breeze with people about a secret squirrel topic, so I can’t divulge much, except to say everyone who has participated has been really enthusiastic, and has contributed to the discussions in an uncensored, valuable and unique way. Thanks to our frank and fearless interviewees, we’re finding out things we could have never anticipated!

Before this week I think my record for number of interviews in one day was about 5. I beat that last Monday by 2, talking to a total of 7 people over 12 hours! *phew* what a day. Thanks to my last witty participant for the day who came bursting with ideas, I left at 8pm on a high with (caffeine-fuelled) energy to spare!

A bit about Cibo on Hutt if you haven’t been there yet (and no, I’m not getting paid to write this!): What a warm and inviting atmosphere which never ceases to be busy. The staff are all gems – very gentle, kind and accommodating. It’s a pleasure to work long days in a venue which makes me feel like I’m not missing out on anything.

We’ll be drinking much more coffee from the warm and vibrant Cibo over the next month in particular. If you’re interested to find out how to be a part of the conversation over a nice hot mug of delicious coffee or tea, stay tuned to our upcoming emails (subscribe here!) and join our Facebook group if you like.

– Marianne Campbell, Director, Mint Research
Posted 10th October 2016

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