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Starbucks Annual Report Presentation
Transcript of Starbucks Annual Report Presentation
Top 5 traded
Demand of coffee
is price inelastic:
when coffee prices rise,
people do not reduce
their coffee consumption
in the past
By: Daria Zykova
Minh Thi Hong Le
Sita Lakshmi Ponnekanti
First of all, let’s take a look
at the company history
2401 Utah Ave.
South Seattle WA 98134
Location of headquarters
Seattle’s Best Coffee,
Torrefazione Italia Coffee
Starbucks went public
on June 26, 1992
at a price of $17 per share
and closed trading that first day
at $21.50 per share.
Coffee: More than 30 blends and single‐origin premium coffees
hot and iced
and Tazo® teas.
Coffee and tea
mugs and accessories,
books and gifts.
and fruit cups
Important milestones and developments
42 years after opening our first store in Seattle, Starbucks operates in 61 countries, and it recently had very successful launch in India.
Starbucks launched Verismo® System, a new technology that allows the customers to make Starbucks® brewed or latte beverages in their homes. In 2012 Starbucks VIA® Ready Brew sales grew significantly, garnering approximately 16 percent of the premium single-cup market.
Acquisition of the Teavana, high-end tea brand
Launch Starbucks card mobile payment
Starbucks holds a dominant position in the specialty coffeehouse market and has no single clear rival in the sector.
Its most intense specialty coffeehouse competition is dispersed among the thousands of independent or small-chain coffee shops around the nation and the world.
Its closest specialty coffeehouse competitor is Caribou Coffee, with 415 stores in the US (less than 5% of Starbucks' 11,000-plus)
Dunkin Donuts is another major competitor, with nearly 5,000 stores in the U.S.
Starbucks uses straight line method to rate the cost of asset’s life.
The depreciation and amortization funds of Starbucks for the current year is 580.6 Million.
Starbucks uses average cost method to evaluate its inventories.
Corporation's Current Ratio is 1,90
Working Capital is 1988.8
Debt to Equity Ratio is 61%
Accounts Receivable Turnover 30.49
Positive Annual Report