Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii has hired Chris Webb as VP of supply operations. Mosty recently Web worked for Black Rifle Coffee Company and previously held executive leadership positions at Yum Brands, Chipotle and Noodles & Co.
“I feel so fortunate to join Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii at such a pivotal time for the company and its customers,” Webb said in a company press release. “It’s an exciting opportunity to join a high-growth, unique, and energized brand. I was driven to the brand for a number of reasons — from the passion of the team and ‘ohana spirit, to the franchisees, and loyal customer following — and I can’t wait to start making an impact. My goal is to build a culture of high-performance and collaboration, while empowering teams to excel by fostering a work environment that promotes innovation and continuous improvement.”
With a franchisee-first mentality, Webb’s efforts will center around supporting franchisee growth and driving unit-level profitability. He aims to drive operational excellence and efficiency, and optimize processes and resources to propel the brand forward. To achieve this, technology and innovation will remain a high priority — investing in the right areas to drive increased customer experience and operational efficiency.
“It is a privilege to welcome Chris to the Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii ‘ohana,” Scott Snyder, CEO of Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii, said in the release. “We look forward to his contributions in positioning Bad Ass Coffee as a premium coffee brand in the QSR space, while providing unparalleled support to our franchisees as we continue to grow our brand footprint. As we aim to expand and elevate our brand to new heights, his expertise and strategic vision will be instrumental.”
Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii was born on the Big Island of Hawaii in 1989 and has 30 locations.