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EVAN BAKER

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In 1971 the first Starbucks opened at Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington. The store at first just sold coffee beans and coffee equipment.

History
The name Starbucks comes from the novel Moby Dick, who had a character who was named Starbucks, and it was a store that "imported the world's finest coffee to the cold, thirsty people of Seattle".

Culture
At Starbucks, they strive to create a culture that values and respects diversity and inclusion their goal is to build a diverse workforce, increase competencies, shape a culture of inclusion and develop a diverse network of suppliers.

Economy
The biggest impact that Starbucks has had on Washington along with other large companies such as Boeing, Microsoft and Amazon, Starbucks has created many jobs in the area, a stable financial base and a diverse economy for the state of Washington.
What is Starbucks?
Starbucks is an American coffee company and coffee house chain based in Seattle, Washington

History
In 1982 Howard Schultz came back to Seattle from a trip to Italy and introduced espressos, mochas and lattes to Starbucks, expanding the business more. By the 1990's Starbucks had expanded out to diffrent parts of the U.S. and the world.
STARBUCKS WASHINGTON STATE HISTORY BY : EVAN BAKER
History
Culture
Starbucks Current State is creating an inclusive, thriving workforce thats about more than gender and race but examining how they're doing with respect to women,men and minorities in Washington and the U.S.



Culture
Starbucks partners are diverse not only in gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, religion and age, but also in cultural backgrounds, life experiences, thoughts and ideas.

Culture
From Starbucks earliest days, diversity and inclusion have been at the heart of how they do business, and they have worked to create an inclusive environment across Washington


Culture
Starbucks has become part of our society, a place where we can get a drink and become part of a productive society. Research suggests that the layout of Starbucks is set up in a way that allows us to become productive people.

Environment
Recycling and Reducing Waste: Starbucks is working to shrink their environmental footprint and meet the expectations of customers by reducing the waste associated with their business, increasing recycling and promoting reusable cups.

Environment
Starbucks is creating more eco-conscious stores on a global scale from the design stage right through to construction and operations


Environment
In Washington Starbucks is building more energy-efficient stores and facilities, conserving the energy and water use, and purchasing renewable energy credits, Starbucks is pushing to reduce the environmental footprint of their business operations
tackling water and energy use is a win-win proposition: it helps reduce their environmental impact and makes good business sense



Environment
In addition to reducing energy use, Starbucks is increasingly focused on advancing the development of renewable energy sources through their purchasing practices. They're hoping to help transform the energy landscape by supporting the development of the renewable power market.

Environment
Starbucks is way behind on many stated environmental goals in Washington. The company reduced energy consumption in its company-operated stores by only 7.1% between 2008 and 2013, far from its goal of 25% reduction by 2015. The company's 2013 report further noted that it was behind in purchasing renewable energy to offset its electricity use.

Environment
Even though in Washington Starbucks does a lot for the environment, they still strive to improve their impact on the environment by recycling, reusing and waste reduction
Environment
With all the good things that Starbucks does they also do some things that aren't too good. Starbucks has told many times that they waste millions of liters of water a day by keeping the stores running in order to make the coffee.

Environment
Another concern with customers is that their cups are made out of materials that can't be recycled, even though Starbucks is trying to be environmentally friendly. For production of disposable coffee cups, the cups require a great amount of trees, water and energy to create which can hurt Washington Environmentally.

Environment
People are also concerned that the transportation of materials and people to locations are also not helping the environment because of the pollution being released into the skies that can hurt Washington.

Environment
There are many coffee shops in Washington, and they all depend on many things, including large amounts of fossil fuels and natural resources. Many Starbucks are located in places where coffee is not grown, so it must be transported to all the different stores.

Environment/Economy
Every day around 6.2 million gallons of water is wasted for washing utensils needed to make coffee. Every year Starbucks wastes billions of cups by using disposable paper cups for every single customer. In order for Starbucks to help Washingtons Economy they need to cut back on water use and get new cups that are better for the economy.

Economy
The past 10 years we continue to see how Starbucks has affected the Economy in which we have seen a huge increase to where coffee has been selling 40% more instead of the previous 3%. This continues to show how Starbucks expansion will continue to be seen everywhere and in Washington.

Economy
Starbucks’ UK generated £413 million of revenues in 2011/12, a rise of 3.9% on the previous year.

Economy
Within the past ten years Starbucks has been expanding globally with more than 17,000 stores worldwide throughout 55 different countries. The very successful company has had a great revenue increase of 9.90 percent. Starbucks is bringing in a lot of money and it is really making a positive impact on the economy.
Economy
A country doing the exporting itself creates a positive impact on the country’s GDP, making their economy better and healthier. An example of this for Starbucks is the importing from Latin America helps their economy become healthier by making more capacity for employment and increases the country’s wages bringing in more money.
Economy/Environment
Starbucks does a lot to help the planet, which also in ways can affect the economy. In Starbucks stores recycling is being done. When people recycle and reuse items it lowers the demand for raw products and therefore costs less for the people and for the company.
Economy
Starbucks highlighted the interdependence of business success with driving social impact at scale and cited Starbucks record revenues of $19.2 billion

Economy
Conservation International, in partnership with Starbucks and other industry leaders, announced a call to action to make coffee the first sustainably sourced agricultural product in the world.

Economy/Environment
Starbucks is dedicated to helping farmers overcome the challenges facing coffee communities. They are committed to buying 100 percent ethically sourced coffee in partnership with Conservation International. To improve productivity and sustainability

Economy
Starbucks is proud to have reached the milestone of 99% ethically sourced coffee.

Economy
Even though Starbucks has many competitors, it still remains on top of everyone else. The only thing that really effects Starbucks is the customers, Starbucks loyal customers is the thing that keeps Starbucks going to have it keep expanding.
Economy
Starbucks recent earnings have dropped 21 percent so far this year, declining from $150.8 million to $108.7 million, even though revenue rose 12 percent

Economy/Environment
 In the economic environment field Starbucks is at its weakest in the company's history. Starbucks has grown too much in the past years, in 1992 there were 125 stores and now there are over 17,000 stores in 55 different countries

Economy
Starbucks which is huge in it's coffee business, has recently added pairing items increasing sales tremendously.

Economy
By the 1990's Starbucks had expanded out of Seattle throughout various parts of the United States and then to different parts of the world. The impact of Starbucks has been huge, taking over lots of small businesses is what has kept Starbucks growing.


Economy
With high expenses of coffee, many people believe that America is going to suffer high financial losses because of Starbucks. Like many coffee companies, Starbucks hit its peak of sales in 2006 and has since fallen.

Economy
Even though Starbucks is one of the best companies to work for many people are still losing their jobs in order to help save more money.


Economy
Starbucks is taking America's jobs problem into its own hands. No, Starbucks is not hiring baristas or opening any new stores.In a matter of speaking, the 40-year-old corporation is adding more tip jars to its counters, it collects donations for a new jobs fund they've set up with The Opportunity Finance Network

Economy
Starbucks’ purchases of inputs and the spending of wages earned both in Starbucks outlets and in companies supplying Starbucks has added to the company’s economic footprint in the UK.

Economy
Starbucks operations in the UK rely on suppliers spread across the country and internationally. In 2011/12, Starbucks procured £199 million of inputs of goods and services from around 970 different UK businesses

Economy
The purchases made by Starbucks to undertake its operations in the UK come from a wide range of industries. About 63% of spending on inputs is accounted for property expenses and food products. Construction costs and maintenance make up a further 13% of bought-in costs.
Economy
Starbucks renting of property is widely spread across property companies in the Washington. Out of the 116 property companies for whom Starbucks is a customer, there are 13 with which Starbucks spent over $1 million in 2011/12, while there are a further 17 where the annual spend is over $0.5 million

Economy
Starbucks expenditure on food includes purchases of sandwiches, salads, muffins, cookies, pastries and milk. Around 21% of Starbucks spendings is on bakery-related products, while nearly 7% is on milk. Starbucks is an important client of both these industries.

Economy
The presence of a Starbucks’ outlet increases the likelihood the company will purchase inputs of goods and services from suppliers in the locality generating economic activity and employment. Starbucks procured inputs from suppliers in 166 of the local authorities in which it had outlets.
Economy
Starbucks procurement of inputs of goods and services from other UK businesses in 2011/12 supported a value-added contribution to GDP of £172 million and 3,200 people in employment.

Economy
In 2011/12, Starbucks employed 8,810 people directly and supported 3,200 people in jobs.

Economy
In 2011/12, the 12,000 people whose employment was supported by Starbucks generated a further value-added contribution of £48 million to the UK’s GDP from their consumer spending. This added 1,100 more to the total number of jobs supported by Starbucks.

Economy
The aggregate contribution of Starbucks’ operations in the UK to GDP is estimated at £339 million. This is made up of a direct contribution to value added from its own activities of £119 million, plus supply chain effects of £172 million and induced value added of £48 million from the spending of Starbucks employees and by employees in the Starbucks supply chain (Washington) .


Economy
Starbucks has added an average of two stores on a daily basis since 1987, 550 of which are in Washington.

Economy
Starbucks had 137,000 employees or "partners" as they call them in 2010. This is twice the population of Greenland
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