When I moved to Barcelona from NYC 20 years ago, I would start my morning with my Financial Times, café con leche, and ensemada at Mauri.
I would sit at the corner table and dream of building a business where families and friends created memories the way they did at this iconic bakery-café.
Many memories are created at The Pink Peony, where women come to celebrate beauty with friends and family. This is one of the reasons why we were able to celebrate our 14th anniversary just before COVID-19. However, our future now is unsure.
Mauri celebrated its 90th-anniversary last year, having survived the civil war, a fire in 1955, several recessions, political instabilities, and Starbucks.
What can I learn from Mauri so that The Pink Peony can celebrate our 90th anniversary in 2096?