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How do Starbucks stay competitive against other market giant
Transcript of How do Starbucks stay competitive against other market giant
Rapid Store Expansion Strategy
The Comparison between Costa and Starbucks
How do Starbucks stay competitive against other market giants such as Costa?
Who are Starbucks?
Timeline of Starbucks
Starbucks Current Strategy
The Supply Chain
Coffee Purchasing Strategy and benchmarking
Purchasing at outright prices
Building direct relationship with farmers
Signing long –term contracts
Coffee Purchasing Strategy
---comparison Starbucks and Costa
Sustainable sourcing strategy
Costa are committed to supporting the British dairy industry
Costa has worked with the group of farmers .
Coffee Purchasing Strategy
---comparison Starbucks and Costa
The scope of the existing Starbucks network
With over 18,000 retail stores in 60 countries
Headquarter: America, Washington, Seattle
Branches of distribution: North America, South America, Europe, the Pacific region, the Middle East
Starbucks has broad social networks including Facebook, Twitter, Google, You Tube, Pinterest, Klout, etc.
Law (2009) states customer service is a series of activities designed to enhance the level of customer satisfaction before, during and after the purchase of a product or service.
Customer satisfaction is an increasingly important aspect of competitiveness (Harrison & Hoek, 2002).
Customer Service at Starbucks
(Using the Interview Conducted)
Customer Service at Costa
(Using the Interview Conducted)
Established in 1971, Seattle, Washington
Exceeding 9000 stores worldwide
Popular for their quality fresh-roasted coffee beans and conducive atmosphere
Product lines contains:
Beverages (coffee, tea, soda, juices)
Whole coffee beans
Merchandise (mug, CDs)
Starbucks Coffee, Tea and Spice store opened in Seattle’s Pike Place Market
Howard Shultz joined Starbucks
Howard Shultz introduced II Giornale Coffee Company
II Giornale acquired Starbucks and modified the name into Starbucks Corporation
Starbucks decertified the union and made IPO
Starbucks Coffee International opens in Japan
Starbucks implemented ESOP
Starbucks starts to sell bottled Frappuccino
Starbucks acquired Tazo Tea
Acquired Hear Music, a San Fransisco-based business
Starbucks acquired Seattle’s Best Coffee
Starbucks Coffee Liqueur is introduced; Acquires Ethos Waste
Fun working environment
Maintain highest quality standards of products
Satisfy customers and compensate the unsatisfied
Rapid store expansion strategy
Coffee purchasing strategy
Increase motivation through reviews and raises
1 store manager
Some shift supervisor
Centralized control over individual store
Total Quality Management (Just-In-Time)
Employee benefits package:
Health care benefits
Stock option plan
Assessment of standards
Concept of ‘everything matters’
store design, planning
Broad range of store formats
Control or minimize store opening cost
Wi-Fi available in stores
Starbucks Everywhere approach
Cut down on delivery and management cost
Shortens customers lines at individual stores
Company-owned and company-operated stores
Created new subsidiary, Starbucks Coffee International
Expanding consumer products channel in South Pacific region
Awarding for partner
Training and recognition of employees
~ Responsible in producing the coffee beans from seeds
Milling~ Improve or maintain the texture of coffee beans
~ supply coffee beans to retailers
Act as the retailers to serve consumers
Enjoy the coffee
-Use of “Personal tumblers”
-Use and recycling of plastic cups
- Ensuring the coffee is not over produced
-Wastes millions of litres of water a day
-Joined ‘Simply Cups” recycling scheme to take a holistic approach towards a sustainable life cycle.
-Produce less waste by recycling
-The organic waste (including coffee ground) is then transported to process as a biomass fuel source
-Food waste is diverted to anaerobic digestion plants to create gas used in power station and biomass facilities or sent to Energy Recovery Facilities
Wastage and Muda
Ohno’s words : “All we are doing is looking at the time line from customer order to cash collection...And we are reducing that time line by removing the non-value-added wastes.”
The Logistic System
- Operational costs were rising open stores at rapid pace
- Starbucks Supply Chain Objectives
- Operating expenses (70%) outsourcing agreements for transportation, 3PLs and contract manufacturing.
- Simplifying the complex reducing costs and improving efficiencies
- Single global logistic system far-flung supply chain
- Create consistency and balance across the global SC.
- Earning the companies confidence initiative to recruit
- Starbucks stay focused on its SC mission of delivering products
Starbucks Logistic System
What is Kanban?
Properties of the method
The flow of coffee orders are written down
Is the work visualised? Software – Kanban
Is the work in process limited?
Starbucks policy - Reliable process for creating a flow of drinks.
The KANBAN Model Within Starbucks
Responding to increasing pressure
Implementation of the system across the business - (Quote from Interview)
Planning to ensure multi-site compatibility
Main focus: the storage and on-time distribution of products
Costa logistics is the first in terms of warehouse management systems
Costa's Logistic System
The flow of coffee - Orders are retained in the mind
They have implemented a new software.
Application of Kanban - Containing everything in one location
New IT system - Manages key supply chain process planning
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*Tutor: Dr.David Bennett
*Team CCR: Amy Pilkington
Ee Ling Hii (Elaine)
Jesus Prieto Ordonez
Ying Zhou (Ashley)
JIT (Just –in-Time)
management:According to research, JIT management practices has been implemented in the restaurant, hotel, and service environment (Hollins & Shinkins, 2006). Starbucks as a restaurant need JIT, inventory management which is used for forecasting, scheduling, ordering, and delivery of fresh goods.
*Classic Kaizen Wastes-Muda (people wating )
:"Starbucks mobile apps business drove 11% of the sales volume" (Forbes,2014). It would be recommended for further building payment process which would help drive more customers and decrease wait time in stores and increase efficiency as Starbucks are implementing technological advancements.
*Single global logistic system
: Most coffee farmers who supply to Starbucks are based in Colombia. Although it would be more beneficial if 100% of the farmers were based in Colombia. This is due to the coffee having better qualities and being cheaper to produce in Latino America.
: Increasing awareness of the use of plastic tumblers and the effects on the environment. Offering a larger discount will entice customers to choose the plastic over the paper cups.
Although Starbucks are the largest coffee house in the world, Benchmarking against their competitors enables them to learn competitors strengths and weaknesses. E.g. As Costa provide a cheaper coffee Starbucks could undercut Costa by offering student pricing.
The similarities between Starbucks and Costa
What do Starbucks do differently?
What could Starbucks do to improve?
The definition of benchmarking:
Benchmarking is the process of continuously comparing and measuring an organization with business leaders anywhere in the world to gain information which will help the organization take action to improve its performance (American Productivity & Quality Center, 1993).
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Creates a 'third place'
Employees are the brand – first contact to customers
Social action - Community and charity work
Product Innovation -
“variety is the spice of life”
Attention to detail -
‘Names on cups’ – personal relationship with the customers
My Starbucks points
“Order today comes in tomorrow” – fresh produce
Costa coffee club card
Charity into the "coffee community"
Locally sourced products