Called Coffee and Farmer Equity (C.A.F.E.) Practices, it helps farmers grow coffee bean better for people and the planet. Also, Starbucks aim their coffee certified or verified by an independent third party from 100%. Moreover, Starbucks is a fair trade to farmers and maintain high-quality coffee. It is development society and environment responsibility (Coffee Sourcing).
Starbucks was founded in 1971 by three partners who had met in college. They wanted to make a dark roast coffee that people could enjoy and they also knew what college students liked and didn’t like. They also stressed quality which brings me to my next point of why I believe people come into Starbucks. They come because of the quality. On their website, it says that they target beans from higher altitudes and that’s how they get the best quality in their coffee and I can say that that is true.
Topic: Starbucks General Purpose: To inform my audience about Starbucks Specific Purpose: By the end of my speech my audience will be able to understand how Starbuck 's started out, how they grew, and where the company is now. Central Idea/Thesis: Today I want to inform you all about the history of Starbucks, how they have grown, and where they are now. Introduction: So it’s that time of year again; fall is upon us with Halloween and Thanksgiving just around the corner. One of my favorite things to do this time of year is to go to Starbucks and order a warm latte. Attention Getter: The idea of the pumpkin spice latte actually came from Peter Dukes, an Stanford university Basketball Player.
Starbucks achieves this with its tension-relieving environment and Tim Hortons achieves this with its fast service and familiar feel. Both companies are very successful. Starbucks is successful by being innovative and inspirational and Tim Hortons is successful by keeping their brand familiar to their consumers. On other hands, both Starbucks and Tim Hortons commitment to recycling cups in their
Strengths As a new business, Rad Coffee already has been receiving a generous amount of feedback from customers. They have their very own unique theme and style. In addition to that, they serve specialty coffee and their own creation of a variety interesting blended drinks and sweet treats. They strive to make each visit a memorable experience for their customers. They are also vegan friendly, which could be a great factor to make Rad Coffee stronger than many other coffee shops.
People like to drink coffee when they shop. We make a lot of money from people buying cookies, brownies, and coffee. We sell fancy takeout picnic lunches for boat people,” (Wood, 94%). This quote clearly shows the success of the main character of my book, Perry, and how he has gone past what anyone thought he would become. His own family used to reject him and just see him as a burden that they would have to deal with later in life.
The company is very keen on ensuring that its coffee is different from the rest of the competitors. The process starts by bean procurement where it selects the highest quality beans that are firmly specialty varieties of Arabica beans. The company inspects the brews to ensure that it matches the flavor, taste, and aroma that it needs. This consistent way of giving customers the same taste of quality coffee has served a competitive advantage to this company. Further, the company places its cafes and restaurants in strategic places where customers can see it.
2.0 PESTEL ANALYSIS A PESTEL Analysis is a marketing framework to analyse how an organisation is being impacted by a wide range of external imperatives. 2.1 Political Local political factor has a less significant impact on Starbucks Singapore due to strong political stability in Singapore. Singapore is consistently ranked as the lowest political risk country in Asia since 2002 (Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau, 2015). However, the political stability in the global market is highly important as Starbucks coffee is certified as an ethically traded coffee. It is vital for Starbucks Singapore to maintain an intimate international relationship with Starbucks origin country US and other 65 country chains by adhering the Starbucks business ethics, thereby building a sustainable coffee brand.
This strategy will bring more revenue to the company and will put the Starbucks on the map with other great small shops. The brand has also positioned itself best coffee brand in the market by providing attractive store design, unique environment, elegant taste and high quality coffee beans (Kotler & Keller, 2009). Risk management in Starbucks organization is very important and the company takes them very seriously. The company cannot afford mistakes or failures, so they hire the best of the best to managers and employees. The company has a very tough hiring process, because they want to be sure that the person they are hiring is a perfect fit for its position.
Besides, globalization can not be successful without adaptation because they go hand in hand and relate to each other. Basically, numerous American companies use globalization as a goal to achieve such as Apple, McDonalds and so forth. Starbucks’ Globalization and Adaptation is an example on how a successful American business, a global brand achieved this goal. As can be seen in this case, Starbucks brings its taste, its style, its impact to overseas but still always ready for adapting others’ taste, heritage and culture. They have no hesitation in changing for different values to success in expansion.
In addition, the Company having a free beverage policy, which is just one example of how Starbucks can rise above the crowd and goes from average to good to even great (Starak, 3). The positive anecdote about a Starbucks Coffee Company is it is circulating around society add ups to one of the most powerful forces and creates goodwill and positive branding (Tepper, 3). In this mind how the Starbucks Coffee Company “profited” is always being in the social eye as an ethical company that cares about the earth, people, customers, products, and customer service model that keeps long term customers always coming back for more great coffee. All of these factors have made Starbucks one of the most profited and ethical companies in the 21st