• summarized by Andi S. Boediman Strategic Innovation Consultant [email protected] www.ideonomics.com
  • History • Founded in 1971. • Coffee, tea, and spice store. • Named in honor of the first mate in Herman Melville’s Moby Dick.
  • History • 1982: Schultz enters as head of marketing • 1987: Jerry and Gordon sold Starbucks and Giornale acquired it making Howard Schultz the CEO and the name changed to Starbucks Corporation. • 1996: Starbucks and Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream, Inc. introduces Starbucks® Ice Cream and Ice Cream bars, making Starbucks the number one brand of coffee ice cream in the U.S. • Began selling bottled Frappuccino • 1998: Introduced a lighter and milder tasting line of coffee and Tiazzi, a mixture of tea, fruit juice, and ice. • Through Kraft Foods begins to extending the Starbucks brand into grocery stores
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  • summarized by Andi S. Boediman Strategic Innovation Consultant [email protected] www.ideonomics.com
  • History • Founded in 1971. • Coffee, tea, and spice store. • Named in honor of the first mate in Herman Melville’s Moby Dick.
  • History • 1982: Schultz enters as head of marketing • 1987: Jerry and Gordon sold Starbucks and Giornale acquired it making Howard Schultz the CEO and the name changed to Starbucks Corporation. • 1996: Starbucks and Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream, Inc. introduces Starbucks® Ice Cream and Ice Cream bars, making Starbucks the number one brand of coffee ice cream in the U.S. • Began selling bottled Frappuccino • 1998: Introduced a lighter and milder tasting line of coffee and Tiazzi, a mixture of tea, fruit juice, and ice. • Through Kraft Foods begins to extending the Starbucks brand into grocery stores
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