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Prince of Songkla University 460-771 Strategic Management Miss Keanika Ridleun ID: 5310520002

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Content.................................................................................................................................2 Company Description..........................................................................................................3 Business Mission.................................................................................................................4 Marketing Objective............................................................................................................6 Situation Analysis................................................................................................................6
Industry Analysis...........................................................................................6 Trends...........................................................................................................6 Competitors..................................................................................................7 SWOT Analysis .............................................................................................8 Strengths......................................................................................................8 Weaknesses..................................................................................................9 Opportunities..............................................................................................11 Threats........................................................................................................12

Marketing Strategy.............................................................................................................13
Target Market Strategy...............................................................................13 Marketing Mix..............................................................................................14 Product........................................................................................................14 Place/Distribution........................................................................................16 Promotion....................................................................................................17 Price............................................................................................................18

Implementation, Evaluation, and Control..........................................................................19
Marketing Research....................................................................................19 Organizational Structure and Plan...............................................................20

Summary............................................................................................................................20

selling ice cream. coffee flavored drinks. In 1999.709 (a few years later this has more than doubled) stores throughout the world. By 2002. Tea and Spice. three friends. Tea and Spice. Starbucks acquired the tea company by the name of Tazo. In 1972. Starbucks was considered a private company. Starbucks Corporation grew quickly. Starbucks signed a contract with Albertsons that would allow them to open multiple coffee stands inside of the grocery store. they would also sell their newer bottled drink. Schultz opened another store. the Frappuccino. Jerry Baldwin. Zev Siegel. Starbucks Coffee. 2002). and compact discs (Kembell. There. and other Starbucks merchandise. which was eventually combined with Starbucks Coffee. opening many stores throughout the world. They named this store. Once these two companies merged. and Gordon Bowker decided to open a coffee store at Pikes Place Market in Seattle. such as Barnes & Noble. in almost thirty countries. In 1992. they became known as Starbucks Corporation. teas. Tazo tea. called Il Giornale. At this time. partnering with other companies. Starbucks had about 4. Starbucks became a public company. . Also in this year. high quality coffee making equipment. Inc. the trio hired Howard Schultz to manage the sales of retail and to take charge of the marketing of the company. Washington. coffee brewing equipment.3 Starbucks Company Description In 1971. This store sold coffee beans and dependable. supermarket coffee beans. books. Starbucks Corporation seemed to be on its way to achieving its goal of becoming the most well-known coffee company in the world. and PepsiCo. After a trip to Italy.

The second component is to make sure that consumers think of their store first. The first of these is to use the finest coffee beans to make their drinks. Starbuck’s mission statement is to. Starbucks prides itself on using the best quality supplies to make their products. “It assumes that as a recognized brand it does not need to. • Develop enthusiastically satisfied customers all of the time. The third component is providing a summary of the role of what Starbucks does. (Kembell.” be specific. 2002). . Embrace diversity as an essential component in the way they do business. over all of the other coffee companies by creating a memorable image.4 Starbucks Business Mission Starbuck’s vision is to become the most recognized coffee brand in the world. The company lacks in this component because it does not specify what business the company is in. These guidelines are in an effort to make Starbucks the most recognized and the most respected brand of coffee. The six principles are: • • • Provide a great work environment and treat each other with respect and dignity. In order to accomplish this goal.com). “establish Starbucks as the premier purveyor of the finest coffee in the world while maintaining [their] uncompromising principles [as they] grow” (www. The fourth and final component is to strive and to reach the companies full potential. Starbucks has six guidelines that they follow when making marketing decisions. roasting and fresh delivery of our coffee.starbucks. Starbucks follows four guidelines. Apply the highest standards of excellence to the purchasing.

Encouraging all partners to share in their mission (www. “Starbucks is committed to a role of environmental leadership in all facets of our business” (www. so they have a second mission statement concerning the environment.com). so they will. in turn.5 Starbucks • • Contribute positively to our communities and our environment.starbucks. Starbucks believes that it is important to make their employees happy. This mission statement says. Starbucks is also concerned with the well being of the environment. to please their customers.com). Starbucks is known for the good treatment of their employees and for their high level of customer service. (www. Starbucks’ mission is meant to benefit both its employees and its customers. Starbucks has stated that it will: • Gain an understanding of environmental issues and share that information with their partners. sell and use environmentally friendly products. Recognize that fiscal responsibility is essential to their environmental future. • • • • • • Developing innovative and flexible solutions to bring about change. Their high quality products also make their name well known and respected by their customers. Instill environmental responsibility as a corporate value. .starbucks.com).starbucks. Strive to buy. Recognize that profitability is essential to our future success. Measure and monitor progress for each project. In order to achieve this mission.

Jim Donald.com). Starbucks believes that without diversity. and Singapore (Starbucks 2007). and plans to have at least 40. For this reason. The company is now pushing their brand name internationally and it is very optimistic about their potential growth.6 Starbucks Marketing Objective As of March 17.000 stores worldwide. this means putting two different Starbucks locations within a . Currently. the company insists on using high quality goods and services.000 stores. 2007. their company would not be as successful as it is now. President and CEO of the Starbucks Corporation states.starbucks. They are known to be accepting of diverse groups of people because they bring in ideas for new growth opportunities. Starbucks has stores in thirty-six different countries including United Kingdom. their company would not have grown into the highly successful international company that it has grown into today. Within the next few years the company plans on attaining this goal. Starbucks believes it is important to have a good relationship with their customers wherever they are located. the company has about 13. Starbucks has begun to look to international markets to further its sales and growth. Situation Analysis Industry Analysis Trends Currently. The company also prides itself on being very open to diversity because they believe that without diversity. we succeed” (www. “When we embrace diversity. Thailand. Sometimes. Canada. Starbucks will attempt to add stores in cities where its logo are already commonly recognized. Australia.

and Caribou Coffee Company. getting a cup of coffee from a gas . Russia. Starbucks largest competitors are McDonald’s. Another reason for opening two stores close to each other is so people do not have to wait in long lines to purchase Starbucks products. called Starbucks Brazil Comercio de Cafes. This “close proximity” strategy helps to aid Starbucks in reaching their global store location goal. This will be done through a joint venture company. This type of growth presents an opportunity for international expansion for Starbucks. Tully’s coffee. Starbucks does not plan to stop when they will have a presence in 36 countries outside of the United States.7 Starbucks block of the other. Dunkin Donuts. Inc. Competitors In Starbuck’s annual report. Pete’s coffee. there is also the threat of substitution which includes everything consumers drink that does not involve going to a Starbucks. Starbucks added 665 stores internationally. However. This can be as simple as a consumer brewing their own pot of coffee at home. in the fourth quarter of the 2007 fiscal year. Brazil. Dietrich’s coffee. Yunker (2007) says. They are also looking to expand into more European countries such as Russia. where they have a strong brand name recognition base. Brazil is the world’s largest coffee producing country and coffee is widely drunk it Brazil. Russia is one of the largest and most rapidly developing countries in Europe. Starbucks. However in order to do this Starbucks risks cannibalization. Starbucks plans to open their first store in Sao Paulo. Starbucks does admit to seeing see some cannibalization of their stores when two are operating within close proximity of each other. During this last fiscal year. According to Starbucks gossip (2006). It also is the largest market in Latin America. has opened its first store in Moscow.

they need to focus externally and concentrate on the wants and needs of their customers. Furthermore. Starbucks needs to analyze their internal issues. building upon their strengths. However. milk. Starbucks needs to take advantage of all available opportunities and protect themselves from potential threats. and water. Starbucks sets itself apart from all other coffee manufacturers through their ability to brand their products through product differentiation. Currently.8 Starbucks station or simply drinking tea. assess. and has numerous opportunities. Starbucks has currently taken over the coffee industry in the US. The switching cost for the consumer is virtually nonexistent because there are other options for the consumer to choose from. SWOT Analysis Starbucks global presence provides the organization with widespread brand recognition and a strong customer base. fruit drinks. Starbucks offers a vast range of coffee drinks. Strengths With all of the competition in the coffee industry. bagged coffee beans. pastries. just as there are constant new opportunities that Starbucks can observe. and experiment with. They have to understand their company’s strengths and weaknesses in order to evolve with their changing desires of the market. there are frequent threats as well. Starbucks must continue to recognize that our world is in a cycle of continual change. recognizing their strengths and weaknesses. This is Starbucks’ single greatest differentiation strength and is the main reason why they have been able to maintain a competitive advantage over the coffee industry. and most importantly. and even music. Each of these threats has to be taken seriously. and working through their weaknesses. . soda. the company is extremely strong.

They promote the idea of sustainability in the environment and they also seem to be a highly ethical company. Weaknesses . Because of this strong brand name recognition. where music is playing. as well as wireless internet being offered at many locations. One such example is Starbucks entrance into the music and film industry with the creation of Starbucks Entertainment. Employees are often satisfied with the company because it is very stable and takes good care of them. A final strength of Starbucks is that it is one of Fortune Top 100 Companies to Work For in 2005 (SWOT Analysis: Marketing Teacher.9 Starbucks Having such a broad range of items allows Starbucks to customize their products to meet the consumer’s demands. and has sold their products in their stores. creating additional revenue for their company. Starbucks offers its customers a place to sit and “hang out. A second strength to Starbucks is that it provides its customers an unique atmosphere. 2000-2007). Along with their beverages. they have also created bottled coffee drinks and ice creams that have added to Starbucks’ brand recognition and product portfolio. By having this comfortable atmosphere Starbucks sets itself apart from its competitors. Media Korea (2007) says that. and magazines are available. Starbucks provides their employees with great benefits.” complete with comfortable lounge chairs. the company has been in the music industry since 1995. Starbucks has been able to build a strong customer loyalty base.” Starbucks created Hear Music with Concord Music Group. operating under the name of “Hear Music. The company is a reported to be one of the better companies to work for. A third strength to Starbucks is how it has diversified into other products other than coffee and confections.

Another weakness of Starbucks that has to be considered is its cultural associations with the West (in particularly America). These disruptions include bad crops. so the company . Beijing. the capital of China. This particular small supplier is currently the sole source for all of the Starbucks espresso machines and parts. While it has spent years building up strong relationships with its coffee bean suppliers from foreign nations. announced that some of their people wanted Starbucks out of their country (Beijing. Another example of a single and shortsighted weakness within the Starbucks supply chain is the Italian supplier of its espresso machines. Recently. High fuel costs and disruptions on their shipping operations are all potential weakness as well for Starbucks. social. Buchanan (2007) gives an example of one of these disruptions when he states that there will be shortage of fresh coffee beans in the winter of 2007 because of smaller coffee harvest in Brazil. Starbucks sees China as its most potential market. The most critical being its source of coffee beans. This company service machines for both its daily operations and those sold within its retail stores for its consumers. Briefly. economic and political upheaval within the supplier countries.10 Starbucks One critical weakness that Starbucks faces is relying too heavily on the suppliers of its products. any type of disruption within its supply chain could hurt their bottom line. this shortage did have an adverse affect on Starbuck’s new store openings and operations for a short time. 2007). The company has expanded their business into many countries throughout the world. This supplier is vulnerable to the same threats as the other suppliers and recently had production problems due to the high demands of Starbucks. While it was eventually able to catch up. this company had troubles keeping up with the demands of the Starbucks Company.

which accounts for 15% of the US market retail of coffee. In fact. The company wants to expand in areas such as Brazil. therefore. many opportunities have surfaced for the company. It will also attract new customers and significantly increase revenues. This promotion backfired on them and now groups of people in China want the company out of their country. Starbucks appears to be bound for further growth and expansion in the future. Opportunities With Starbucks continuous growth. As mentioned earlier. Instead of drinking coffee. promoting a product that does not appeal to the people they are trying to target. Starbucks believes Brazil and Russia could be great markets for them. 2005). the Chinese people do not drink very much coffee. India. and this new product line will expand its product mix. Starbucks also has to continue utilizing their opportunities of entering the global market.11 Starbucks thought they should expand into it. The people of China also want Starbucks out of their country because they view Starbucks as an American company. However. The company is focusing on the cities where the company has a lot of room for growth. They do not want to lose their culture to American companies. Liqueurs flavored with coffee represent a good share of the liqueur market. Starbucks is. such as Starbucks. Starbucks has already acquired over 40% of the specialty coffee market. they drink tea. . 2005). and Russia (Datamonitor. which is the most common beverage in China. Starbucks has recently signed an agreement with the wine and spirit group Jim Bean Brands to develop and market a Starbucks branded coffee liqueur drink (Datamonitor.

2005). The company’s requirements for quality standard coffee exposes it to multiple factors in the producing countries. The world coffee market is very competitive and is growing. including weather. and financial resources could enter this market at any time and compete directly against Starbucks.12 Threats Although Starbucks has experienced many opportunities and much growth throughout its history. Starbucks . and Tim Holton’s. As mentioned before. Wendy’s. Green coffee prices have been affected in the past. Starbucks is aware of their competition and seems to be planning accordingly (Datamonitor. political and economic conditions which may adversely affect the company’s business. there are many potential threats that the company has to be aware of. The specialty coffee market has had many new entrants in recent years. Any of these competitors with operating. and may be affected in the future” (Datamonitor. 2005). Starbucks’ major competitors include McDonald’s. 2005). Milk and other dairy products represent between 3-5% of Starbuck’s sales and sustained increase in prices could affect the company’s profit (Datamonitor. The company also faces threats of rising dairy costs. “The supply and prices of coffee experience high volatility. Raw milk price is increasing day after day. marketing.

Whether they are shopping. they continue to sell products that appeal to children. they will continue to do business with Starbucks. Starbucks has begun “inadvertently” appealing to a younger demographic. But although their typical customer tends to be more educated their website says that. (Adamy. . This would give Starbucks a secure future because as this generation continues to grow older. driving to work. “Starbucks customers are people of diverse ethnic. Some critics even think that the company is targeting children in an attempt get them as customers when they are young.com). (Kembell. a place where customers enjoy coming to and stay longer than they plan.” (www. income. study.13 Marketing Strategy Starbucks Target Market Strategy Starbucks bases its overall marketing strategy on providing their customers with an unique experience. or taking a leisurely day off Starbucks wants a convenient location nearby. as critics point out. Starbucks main target market is people who are educated and tend to read more than average. and age groups with varying tastes and interests. listen to music. 2002). recently. Its customers come to talk with friends. However. If the customer does not like stopping by its retails stores. This younger demographic includes students who are in junior high and high school. Thus Starbucks focuses on the image that it projects to the public. The company found that its customers come not only for its coffee but for the atmosphere that Starbucks provides. Starbucks denies that they are targeting children but. enjoy a quick snack. read. It wants each store to be comfortable and unique yet still feel like a coffee shop. 2006). and drink their coffee. Overall Starbucks tries to reach its customers wherever they might be.Starbucks.

2002). They think that the less they satisfy these requirements the less likely the customer will want to go there. They also use many different types of coffee such as Colombia Narino Supremo. However with all these different products Starbucks main focus is on their coffee. Starbucks chose to acquire this company in 1999 because it wanted to attract a different demographic of customers. In addition to coffee Starbucks also serves tea. Starbucks believes that these requirements are a major part of their appeal. Marketing Mix Product Starbucks offers its customers a broad array of products to try and satisfy many of its customers various needs and wants. Starbucks offers other products such as tea. uniform cream at the top of [the] Espressos. Starbucks tries to appeal to as many people as they possibly can with quick and easy-to-use channels.” (Kembell. After . These products that they offer include coffee. and coffee accessories. Even if an individual does not drink coffee. tea cappuccinos. These espressos are made of high quality coffee beans whose purchasing and roasting are oversaw by Starbucks employees. based out of Portland Oregon. DVD’s. ice cream. Starbucks offers its customers a. strong flavor that is maintained … [so] that the freshness of the beverage stays longer while undesirable flavors are minimized. Furthermore each espresso is required to have a “thick.14 Starbucks they offer ways to order their products online and through the mail. “fresh rich-brewed Italian style espresso. CD’s. Starbucks saw that they were excluding some consumers.” (Kembell 2002). supplies the company with many premium and herbal teas as well as tea accessories. A lot of people who did not drink coffee could not come to Starbucks. Tazo Tea. books. and Café Verona to appeal to a broad range of people.

In the Seattle area Starbucks has also begun selling Top Pot Donuts at their store. Starbucks has whole and ground up coffee beans available for its customers to purchase. 2002). Top Pot Donuts is the only non-Starbucks product that the company sells and they chose to break their company policy to include it in their store. These snacks are there so the customer can have something to eat with their drink. When one is bought the other one is often bought with it. They sell these beans for both drip coffee and for espresso machines. and canisters. Many of the customers in that area enjoy these donuts and Starbucks chose to make this part of their pastries and confection section. Starbucks also sells sweets and chocolates. The sweets include after-coffee mints and lollipops. Or if that customer is late for work and forgot to eat breakfast. such as gift boxes and chocolate bars. At each Starbucks store there is coffee related accessories and equipment available. (Kembell. They are often at high prices and the customers who usually come into the store do not need the products. 2005). because chocolate and coffee often compliment each other. (Shultz. These include accessories such as espresso machines. At Starbucks stores they offer a variety of pastries and confections to satisfy their customers need for a snack. They come to Starbucks because they enjoy coming and they do not want to spend the much money on an espresso . (Kembell. they decided to start selling it.However Starbucks is having a hard time finding ways to sell these products. 2002). they can grab something quick to eat while they are getting their coffee. cleaners.15 Starbucks finding out that these consumers who will not drink coffee usually drink something very similar such as tea. They decided to include chocolate in their products. stainless steal coffee filters.

and DVD’s at its stores. They also sell music on CD’s. In addition to these things Starbucks makes sure that they are environmentally friendly so that it also adds to their image that they are promoting. This includes quick service. sit down. The customers are buying the experience that Starbucks provides with the product. It appears that these products are being targeted to people who do not want them. but to come in. 2002). They are so committed to having their stores feel and smell like a coffee house that they even prohibit their employees from wearing perfume and cologne because it takes away the aroma of the coffee. talk. and an aroma that smells like a coffee house. listen to music. This includes office building. satisfied employees serving the customers. It feels so strongly about this that it actually is part of the product that Starbucks is selling. however most of their stores are in the US. (Kembell. There are even conversation topics on the side of each cup so that when they do sit down they have something to talk about.500 square feet. Other products that Starbucks sells are ready to drink coffee and premium coffee ice cream. and drink coffee. Typically their stores are in high traffic. It operates in a global community with about 13. study. high-visibility location with the average building size of 1.16 Starbucks machine. Place/Distribution Starbucks is the biggest coffee retailer in the world. shopping . access to the internet. Starbucks believes that its customer do not just come in just to drink their coffee. Starbucks bases its whole appeal on the environment that it provides for its customers. The music is part of the Starbucks experience and they have playing in the background of their stores while the customer is drinking their beverage. read.000 stores in 36 international countries.

2002). roasting. By having their stores these locations it allows them to attract a high number of pedestrian traffic.17 Starbucks malls. Inc. grocery stores. (Kembell. If a company has a popular retail space. such as Albertson and Safeway. (Kembell. Another agreement that Starbucks has is with PepsiCo. The PepsiCo. It provides these distribution methods for the convenience of its customer. and the Dreyers agreements are both 50-50 joint ventures. Inc. But when another company. they often will establish a relationship with them. Starbucks will license their operations to them. that distributes their coffee ice cream. Promotion Starbucks has typically promoted its products through less traditional advertising than other companies of their size. can provide additional avenues to reaching customer. In this agreement Kraft has the rights to distribute and market their whole and ground up coffee beans throughout the United States grocery stores. This is in an effort to reach more of their customers wherever they are. who distributes their ready to drink coffee products. Starbucks coffee beans and coffee accessories are also sold through mail order and off of the internet. They also have a licensing agreement with Kraft Foods Inc. where Starbuck cafés are in their store. 2002). who shares Starbucks values. The products through mail order and the internet are all sold in its retail stores but Starbucks has this avenue to satisfy all of its customers. They rely on print ads and on their image in movie . This is often the case at supermarkets. Starbucks controls the majority of its coffee sourcing. they also have an agreement with Dreyers Grand Ice Cream. 2002). and distribution to its retail stores. In addition to distributing their product they also have agreements with other companies that help out with the distribution of some of there products. and retail centers. Inc. (Kembell.

This program will not involve television ads but it does include other channels that “are consistent and compatible with the equity” of the Starbuck brand. But more importantly Starbucks believes that its marketing strategy needs to create an emotional connection with its customers. That it needs to be authentic and reach people in their hearts. chairman of Starbucks said recently that. They focus more on the quality of their beverages and the experience that their customers get than the actual price. the service all help build that emotional connection. They think that their customers buy their products not because of their . Shultz. (Kembell. Wieden + Kennedy to create and advertising program. however. 2005). Starbucks has. 2005).” (Schultz. “ It’s not good enough to have a good ad. but everything you do helps complete the circle… the packaging. (Shultz.18 Starbucks and television placement to promote their products. They also do not advertise through television. 2002). begun to look into more traditional marketing for the future.So far it has been this philosophy that has built Starbucks into what it is today. They also have found they have more success on advertising on local levels that at national levels. the community involvement. The company believes that they will be able to better reach consumers through print ads and billboards. in which they use their print ads to appeal to their customers. They do not create commercials because they think that their customers read more than average and they do not think television ads would have a big impact on their target market. Price Starbucks prices are more expensive than most of their competitors. They have hired a company called.

By doing this the company has customer feedback to all of its new ideas and products. Starbucks is always looking for new ways to improve their services to their customers. 2005).19 Starbucks price but because of their relationships they have with their customers. It is a “balance between profitability and social consciousness and sensitivity. Once the stores started using the new scoops it cut off about 14 seconds from the preparation time of the drink.” Another idea that was implemented to save on the amount of time it took to make drinks involves ice scoops. Evaluation. One of these ideas that was introduced in November of 2001 is the Starbuck card. and Control Marketing Research Starbucks is constantly working on the research and development of its new products. . Engineers at Starbucks notice that baristas had to take two scoops of ice when making a venti-size cold beverage. Implementation. It is also continuously looking for ideas to make the Starbuck experience more enjoyable for its customers. If a customer has a problem or a comment they can turn it into the comment page off of their company’s website.” (Shultz. This was in an effort to make sure that the company hits its goal of getting the drink to its customers in three minutes or less. 2005). (Gray. The Starbuck card is a store value card that can be given as gifts and it is used to reduce time spent paying for drinks. They went back and redesigned the ice scoop. So far this card has been a success and “contributes to the overall enhancement of customer’s experience.

It makes such a huge effort to take care of its employees because it believes that its employees are a big part of their success. (Kembell. It views its employees as partners and has outstanding employee benefits and stock ownership programs for its employees. The large amount of stores throughout the world makes it easier to compete with competitors. Despite its many competitors. 2002). Starbucks continues to flourish throughout the world. Its multiple stores throughout the world generate great amounts of revenue. . Starbucks Summary Starbucks has become the most successful coffee chain in the world. Their high quality merchandise and excellent customer service are the reasons why Starbucks is so successful today.” for its company. The culture that Starbucks has created is relaxed and supportive.20 Organizational Structure and Plan Starbucks “has avoided a hierarchical organization structure and has no formal organizational chart.

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