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    The first coffeehouse the world had ever seen was founded in Constantinople, just becoming Istanbul in 1475. It was such a huge success that right after it opened, two more appeared. So began a fascination with coffee that would last 300 more years. The reason the first coffeehouse did not open in, say, England, was location. Since Turkey was only a quick sail away from the original brewer of coffee, Arabia, traders could get the coffee to the city with minimal effort. The Europeans were completely

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    Introduction Shania has a great idea about opening a Christian coffeehouse. Before opening the coffeehouse, she must make the decision on whether to open her own independent coffeehouse or to take on a franchise opportunity. Shania must also decide whether to go into business alone or to select a partner. Business Form Since Shania’s husband is willing to make a contribution of capital to the business, Shania could enter into a limited partnership with her husband. Her husband has stated he

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    mature Christian thinking of opening a Christian coffeehouse near Denver, Colorado. Her husband, Marvin, is open to making a contribution of capital to the business, but he has no interest in participating in its operation or management. DECIDING ON THE BUSINESS ENTITY Shania is in a great position to better, not only her own professional career, but to also have a sound impact on many others by starting a franchise of her Christian Coffeehouse. I believe that helping others succeed in Christ

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    to flourish. Zachary Gray, owner of Paper Tigers in Vancouver, WA, holds a poetry reading night every Thursday (Buck). As he discusses his love for coffee and the environment he tries to create in his establishment, Gray mentions the European coffeehouses “where anyone could rub shoulders with writers and other creative types and emerge the wiser” (Buck). Finally, Schultz has brought the European coffee culture he loved so much to the United States, but not by way of Starbucks, but through the

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    The Rise and Success of Starbucks Millions of Americans these days depend on the glorious caffeine rich nectar provided to them daily by the local Starbucks chain store. With its humble roots firmly planted in Seattle, Washington, this little coffee shop has turned from a novel idea, into a veritable necessity for Americans on the go. The amazing success of Starbucks can be attributed, in part, to operational planning. Starbucks has become a well-known company for selling the highest quality coffee

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    Starbucks started out as a small company that only sold coffee grounds. Not all of the different style of beverages that they do today. Starbucks has progressively become better and better. The reason for this is that Howard Schultz has constantly changed the company as the world has changed. For example on December 06, 2011 Starbucks released an app that customers could use on a mobile phone to pay for their drinks at starbucks. Technology in the world is constantly advancing and Starbucks knew

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    STARBUCKS The Starbucks store, which I visited for this assignment, was 1301 Robson Street Vancouver, BC, V6E 4A2. Well, I personally believe that a coffeehouse should be a place to find connection and it should fit seamlessly within its neighborhood and lastly its environmental impact should be as minimal as possible. The experience I had was, Sustainable design and methodologies Is part of their DNA. I haven’t even walked in yet but Starbucks was already working on me. I started with the door handle

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    united various social groups since most “coffeehouses became associated with specific trades, acting as meeting places where actors, musicians, or sailors could go if they were looking for work (152).” These centers were a place where books could be bought and the London penny post was established in 1680. “Regulars… could pop in once or twice a day, drink a dish of coffee, hear the latest news, and check to see if there was any new mail for them (153).” Coffeehouses began to serve as places to share information

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    Coffee and the culture surrounding it has changed little since its introduction to and rise in popularity in Europe in the 17th century. Both then and now, coffee has been advertised as a drink for intellectuals, and coffeehouses as a gathering place for them. Although coffee had been present in the Middle East for some time, European traders did not take notice of it until the late 16th century. Even then, it was not until the introductions of the slave trade that coffee became readily available

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    commitment and connection to our customers are truly the essential elements in the Starbucks Experience” (Starbucks, 2008). Visit Starbucks.com and you enter a virtual world of delight. Consumers can “sample” over 30 blends of coffee; find Starbucks coffeehouse locations, or learn about Starbucks Hear Music®, where customers can “burn personalized CDs, use listening stations to explore musical recommendations, enjoy a handcrafted Starbucks® beverage, or surf the web at (a) T-Mobile Wi-Fi enabled coffee

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