On March 22, Starbucks outlined its plan for strong global growth to an audience of shareholders at the company’s 25th Annual Meeting of Shareholders in Seattle. From a change in leadership to the future of on-the-go ordering and a hiring commitment to veterans, Opportunity Youth and refugees, learn the top highlights from Starbucks.
An estimated 15,000 Starbucks partners (employees) have a desire to earn a degree, but do not qualify for admission to the company’s College Achievement Plan. To help these partners reach their goals, Starbucks and ASU launched Pathway to Admission, a program that provides partners the ability to work toward admission tuition free.
Starbucks initiatives create opportunities for veterans and military spouses, and pave the way for similar efforts on behalf of youth and refugees.
Starbucks announces plans to create more than 240,000 new jobs globally (68,000 in the U.S.) as it reiterates intent to open 12,000 new stores globally and 3,400 new stores in the U.S. by FY21, including 100 more Military Family Stores in the U.S. to support military communities
Starbucks hosts its 25th Annual Meeting of Shareholders at McCaw Hall in Seattle, featuring news announcements, videos, photos, and entertainment.
Dave Seymour shares something special in common with Starbucks chairman and ceo Howard Schultz. Their first day on the job at Starbucks was the same – September 9, 1982.
As Starbucks prepares to raise the curtain on its 25th Annual Meeting of Shareholders, here’s a look back at some of the event’s most memorable moments.
Consumers’ tastes are evolving and so is Starbucks menu. With the arrival of spring, there are new food items to fuel the warmer days ahead, from a gluten-free breakfast sandwich to a vegan bagel.