Starbucks baristas in China and Japan recently celebrated coffee artistry through competitions in pour-over brewing and latte art.
The Starbucks Elite Athlete Program is another way the company inspires and supports partners to achieve their goals. For fiscal year 2015, Starbucks is assisting a variety of athletes competing in events, including snowboarding, biathlon and beach volleyball.
Teavana asked Chris Nease, editor and stylist for Celebrations at Home, to share her ideas for entertaining with tea.
Starbucks partners, many of whom are also veterans or military spouses, mark Memorial Day by sharing personal stories and observations.
More than 1 billion people, an estimated 15 percent of the world’s population, have some form of disability. Starbucks recognizes Global Accessibility Awareness Day on May 21, and supports diversity and inclusion year round.
Starbucks is dedicating a new store near Hill Air Force Base in Utah run primarily by veterans and military spouses. It’s one of at least 12 Military Family Stores Starbucks will dedicate before the end of 2015 to help connect communities through relationships with military bases and veterans service organizations.
Starbucks adds three new Savory Foldovers to the lineup of its breakfast from La Boulange bakery.
Starbucks and Spotify to Connect Music Streaming Service into World-Class Store and Digital Platform
Starbucks and Spotify redefine retail experience by connecting Spotify music streaming service into world-class store and digital platform