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Starbucks TURBO Report by databahn

Last updated: October 17, 2019

Starbucks Corporation
2401 Utah Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98134
United States
Phone: (206)-447-1575
Website: http://www.starbucks.com
Sector: Consumer Cyclical
Industry: Restaurants
Full Time Employees: 291,000

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STARBUCKS EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

 

NAME TITLE COMPANY EMAIL
Kevin Johnson President and Chief Executive Officer Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Rosalind (Roz) Brewer Chief Operating Officer and Group President Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Sumitro Ghosh Chief Executive Officer, Tata Starbucks Private Ltd Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Cliff Burrows Group President, Siren Retail Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
John Culver Group President, International, Channel Development and Global Coffee & Tea Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Duncan Moir President, Global Channel Development Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Belinda Wong Chief Executive Officer, Starbucks China Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Leo Tsoi Chief Operating Officer, Starbucks China Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Takafumi Minaguchi Chief Executive Officer, Starbucks Japan Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Brady Brewer Chief Operating Officer, Starbucks Japan Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Martin Brok President, Starbucks Europe, Middle East and Africa Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Rossann Williams Executive Vice President, President, U.S. Retail Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Chris Carr Executive Vice President, Chief Procurement Officer Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Michael Conway Executive Vice President, President, Starbucks Canada Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Rachel Gonzalez Executive Vice President General Counsel and Secretary Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Patrick Grismer Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Lucy Lee Helm Executive Vice President, Chief Partner Officer Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Gerri Martin-Flickinger Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Vivek Varma Executive Vice President, Public Affairs Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Matthew Ryan Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Hans Melotte Executive Vice President, Global Supply Chain Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Andy Adams Senior Vice President, Store Development Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Kelly Bengston Senior Vice President, Chief Procurement Officer, Global Sourcing Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Luigi Bonini Senior Vice President, Global Product Innovation Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Michelle Burns Senior Vice President, Global Coffee & Tea Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
George Dowdie Senior Vice President, Global Food Safety, Quality & Regulatory Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Chris Fallon Senior Vice President, Business Technology Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Tom Ferguson Divisional Senior Vice President, West Division Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Mark Fordham Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Law & Corporate Affairs Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Jon Francis Senior Vice President, Analytics and Market Research Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Jen Frisch Senior Vice President, Partner Resources, U.S. Retail, Licensed Stores and Operations Services Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Scott Keller Senior Vice President, Store Development & Design Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
John Kelly Senior Vice President, Global Public Affairs & Social Impact Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Janet Landers Senior Vice President, Business Technology Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Angela Lis Senior Vice President, Partner Resources, Global Retail Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Holly May Senior Vice President, Global Total Rewards Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Carl Mount Senior Vice President, Logistics & U.S. Retail Supply Chain Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Liz Muller Senior Vice President, Chief Design Officer Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Denise Nelsen Senior Vice President, Operations Services and U.S. Alignment Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Mark Ring Senior Vice President, U.S Licensed Stores and Latin America Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Katie Seawell Senior Vice President, Siren Retail Operations Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Sandra Stark Senior Vice President, U.S. Beverage Category and Global Innovation Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Sara Trilling Senior Vice President and President, Starbucks Asia Pacific Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Jeff Wile Senior Vice President, Retail and Core Technology Services Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Gina Woods Senior Vice President, Marketing, Brand and Partner Communications Starbucks *****@starbucks.com

 

STARBUCKS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

NAME TITLE COMPANY EMAIL
Myron E. Ullman III Independent Starbucks Board of Directors Chair, J.C. Penney Company, Inc., Former Chairman Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Mellody Hobson Independent Starbucks Board of Directors Vice Chair, Ariel Investments, LLC, Co-Chief Executive Officer and President Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Rosalind (Roz) G. Brewer Starbucks, Chief Operating Officer and Group President Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Mary N. Dillon Ulta Salon, Cosmetics & Fragrance, Inc., Chief Executive Officer Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Kevin Johnson Starbucks, President and Chief Executive Officer Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Jørgen Vig Knudstorp LEGO Brand Group, Executive Chairman Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Satya Nadella Microsoft Corporation, Chief Executive Officer and Director Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Joshua Cooper Ramo Kissinger Associates, Co-Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Clara Shih Hearsay Systems, Inc., Chief Executive Officer Starbucks *****@starbucks.com
Javier G. Teruel Colgate - Palmolive Company, Retired Vice Chairman Starbucks *****@starbucks.com

 

7 KEYS TO OPEN DOORS AT STARBUCKS

 

Starbucks enters Gujarat, set to open a lot more cafes in India this year

  • Starbucks will open well over 30 outlets in India this year.
  • Starbucks now has 157 outlets in 10 cities including Mumbai, Delhi NCR, Hyderabad, Chennai and Bengaluru, among others.
  • The Starbucks flagship store in Ahmedabad is located at Prahlad Nagar.


Nestle starts selling Starbucks-branded coffee in China

  • Food giant Nestle started selling Starbucks-branded coffee in mainland China, seeking to tap growth in a market where it says coffee consumption per capita remains low compared to global standards.
  • Nestle last year paid $7.15 billion for exclusive rights to sell the U.S. chain’s coffees and teas globally, and began selling Starbucks-labelled products in Europe, Asia and Latin America in February.


Starbucks licenses its ‘gold standard’ tech

  • Starbucks is licensing its mobile and loyalty program technology in a deal that will give global franchisees the chance to offer the Starbucks mobile app to customers.
  • The coffee chain will take an equity stake in restaurant tech company Brightloom, formerly known as Eatsa, and receive a seat on the company’s board in exchange for giving Brightloom a license to some of Starbucks’ software.


Starbucks Unveils Express Retail Store Experience in Beijing — Starbucks Now

  • Starbucks has opened its first Starbucks Now™ store – an innovative, express retail experience that seamlessly integrates Starbucks physical and digital customer touchpoints - in Beijing.
  • Combining the signature Starbucks café environment with Mobile Order & Pay and Starbucks Delivers™ customer experiences, this streamlined experience allows customers and delivery riders to conveniently get their favorite beverages and food at Starbucks.


Starbucks Teams Up with Microsoft To Boost Its Bean-To-Cup Blockchain

  • Starbucks is looking to Microsoft to help with connecting their coffee-makers across its 30,000 stores.
  • By using several Azure cloud products Starbucks could connect and secure the more than a dozen pieces of equipment in each of their stores; from coffee machines to grinders and blenders.
  • These IoT-enabled machines could then collect more than a dozen data points for every shot of coffee pulled, including the type of beans, the temperature of a cup of coffee and water quality.


Starbucks Relies on AI Powered Customer Insights to Drive Growth

  • With its Mobile Order & Pay app, Starbucks is the first major chain to integrate its digital payments to create a better buying and checkout experience for its customers.
  • Starbucks as a coffee retailer knows every nuance of its consumer’s coffee habits, thanks to its in-house Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology.
  • Starbucks Barista, the face of Starbucks backed by AI, leverages voice-recognition technology to allow its users to speak to the app to place an order.


Starbucks Gives Microsoft’s Azure Sphere IoT Platform a Buzz

  • Microsoft showcased the Starbucks pilot with Azure Sphere as an example of how it’s partnering with various brick-and-mortar merchants including Kroger, Michaels, Goodwill and other to help them provide better customer experiences and more efficient operations.
  • Jeff Wile, Starbucks senior VP of infrastructure enablement, said by embedding the Azure Sphere MCUs in the various coffee brewers and other machines in each store, it can gather telemetry to help predict a potential problem before it requires a repair.
  • “If we can avoid one service call per year in each store, it pays for the project," said Wile.

 

 

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