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Starbucks has opened its first immersive coffee experience in the Middle East and North Africa.
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.
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.
Designed exclusively for Starbucks and available only for a limited time, the 2017 Paul & Joe + Starbucks Designer Collection will be offered at Starbucks stores throughout Asia.
Starbucks has now extended its digital platform to the company’s China and Asia Pacific region with the recent launch of the Mobile Order and Pay program in Hong Kong and today (March 15) offering the mobile app system to customers in India.
Starbucks is celebrating the season with its first-ever spring cup, available beginning March 16 at participating stores in the United States and Canada for a limited time.
A special mug created for the Starbucks store in Ferguson, Missouri, reflects its commitment to creating opportunities and bringing people together.
Starbucks first Seattle store with a Reserve coffee bar is now open on the corner of 1st and University in the city’s bustling downtown district. This location is part of Starbucks new portfolio of stores that marry the third place experience with the educational aspects of the company's Seattle Reserve Roastery and its rare, small-lot Reserve coffees.