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Starbucks Reflection Paper

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When I saw this discussion, I couldn’t help but think of Starbucks and the impact they’ve made throughout their 45 years of establishment. I worked with them for about 7 years and saw how unique they were from your everyday coffee and latte spots. A retail company with thousands of coffee shops in the US as well as in other countries, this particular retailer has been able to catch the eyes of all ages as well as locations throughout the world. For example, today college students utilize Starbucks locations to study rather than go to a nearby library. Starbucks is also known for its best coffee and espresso drinks (Latte or Frappuccino) and with one of its delicious espresso 's any student or just a person stopping in to enjoy its lounge area where there is free Wi-Fi is awesome! Starbucks lifecycle has made a 360 turn around and been revamped twice to accommodated the growing market. Customizing their brand to fit more in with everything and not just one thing. By doing this they’ve created multiple product lifecycles within their own lifecycle as a corporate company.

The growth stage is one of the most important stages as it can drive the business. Being that lattes are a basic beverage, the marketplace easily accepted it. The …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that starbucks is a retail company with thousands of coffee shops in the us as well as in other countries. starbucks lifecycle has been revamped twice to accommodate the growing market.
  • Explains that starbucks' growth stage is one of the most important stages as it can drive the business.
  • Opines that mature companies tend to engage in inorganic growth to fuel innovation, such as acquiring start-ups or middle-sized companies. not all products have been a home run for starbucks.
  • Explains that starbucks uses risk management policies to hedge risk and pursue different financial aspects, such as interest rates, foreign currency, and commodities.

Usually that revenue growth is in line with the growth of the economy”. I believe there are thousands of students contributing to Starbucks 's growth today. “As a result, mature companies tend to engage more in inorganic growth to fuel innovation. That means acquiring start-ups or middle-sized companies”. Not all products have been a home run for Starbucks. A lot of their flavored lattes, recipe process, technology endeavors have been part of the declining stage as well. However, Starbucks does have product extension for some items and they tend to return them ever so often due to holiday or

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