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  • Starbucks Strategies for the Next 10 Years
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  • Starbucks
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  • Working Capital Strategies for Starbucks
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  • Starbucks
    YOUNGME MOON JOHN QUELCH Starbucks: Delivering Customer Service In late 2002, Christine Day, Starbucks’ senior vice president of administration in North America, sat in the seventh-floor conference room of Starbucks’ Seattle headquarters and reached for her second cup of toffee-nut latte....
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  • Starbucks Casestudy-Harvard
    Starbucks: Delivering Customer Service 1. Key Problems that needs to be addressed by the company are: * The complexity of the barista’s job to prepare customized beverages has been increasing considerably which is affecting the service time. This might have led to reduction in customer sat...
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  • Starbucks Case Analysis
    I. Market Research Reveals a Service Gap at Starbucks Retail Stores In 2002, Starbucks was a high-growth company, successfully implementing ambitious retail expansion and product innovation in spite of the economic downturn. However, despite uninterrupted growth, recent market research suggested th...
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  • Gap 5 Porter
    Introduction Gap, Inc. is a leading American specialty apparel retailer based in San Francisco, California. It sells casual apparels, accessories, and other personal care products for men, women, and children. The products of Gap, Inc. include denim, khakis, T-shirts, boxers, casual wear, and other...
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  • Starbucks
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  • Gap Analysis Global Communications
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  • Starbucks
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  • Learning from Starbucks
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    Over my morning coffee (a grande nonfat latte), I read the news this week that a battle is brewing between Starbucks and McDonald's. According to the story, McDonald's is planning to capitalize on the public's willingness to pay $4 for a cup of coffee by hiring baristas and dropping espresso machine...
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  • Starbucks Entering Bangladesh
    1.0 INTRODUCTION Starbucks Coffee is an international coffee and coffeehouse chain based in Seattle Washington. It started its business in 1971 in Seattle’s Pike Place Market. They began with selling roaster and retailer of whole bean and ground coffee tea and spices within a single store. Starbu...
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  • Starbucks
    Starbucks' Expansion Starbucks' global corporate goal is to become the leasing coffee seller and brand in each of its expansion targets. They aim to do this through their finest quality coffee and other products, and by means of their  high-quality customer service. Right now, Starbucks is kno...
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  • Gap Analysis
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