Overview of the Company

When anyone says coffee, what is the first coffee shop you think of? Probably Starbucks because it is the number one coffee house in the world operating 7,078 stores worldwide. Starbucks is an international coffee coffee company that was established in 1971 in Seattle, Washington. Starbucks is mostly located in the United States but also inhabit 43 other countries. This company is not only known for their delicious coffee products as well as their outstanding customer relations. Their products include: coffee, handcrafted beverages, merchandise, fresh food, entertainment, global consumer products, and Starbucks card. Today, you can even find some of Starbucks products in grocery stores.

The mission statement for this company is, “To establish Starbucks as the premier purveyor of the finest coffee in the world while maintaining our uncompromising principles as we grow.” (Starbucks.com) With a mission statement like this, it is easy to understand why Starbucks has won many awards including: Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For and a place in the Fortune 500. Those are just two of the many awards that Starbucks has received over the years of providing amazing service internally and externally. Starbucks is widely known for providing outstanding customer service because they are one of the only companies that is willing to provide full-time health care to part-time employees.

This corporation has been known for being extremely environmentally friendly. Starbucks reduced the size of their napkins and trash bag size in all of their stores. This small contribution has made a very large difference in the world. They also recycle their Starbucks coffee cups. These efforts made by this company have been able to make big changes and also inspired other companies and individuals to do the same and recycle to help the environment. Because of their outstanding efforts towards the environment, Starbucks was named the 15th on the Environmental Protection Agency’s list of Top 25 Green Power Partners for purchasing renewable energy.

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