Starbucks
Starbucks
Legal Name: Starbucks Corporation
Headquarters Regions: Seattle, Washington, United States
Founded Date: 31 March 1971
Founders: Gordon Bowker, Jerry Baldwin, Zev Siegl
Number of Employees: 350000+
Company Type: For-Profit
Area served: The United States of America and World
Products of Company: chain of coffeehouses and roastery
Net Worth in 2021: $110 Billion

Starbucks is a popular brand spread across the world known for its largest coffeehouse chain. It is a multinational company with American origin and has its headquarters in Seattle, Washington. It’s popularly known for its beverages (whole-bean coffee, micro green instant coffee-VIA, espresso, coffee latte, full, loose-leaf tea, etc.) and roastery restaurants. It is also considered as the second wave of coffee culture or the main representation of the U.S.

As of the recent records, the company has spread over 70 nations and is present in nearly 30k centers.

Well, how well do you know about Starbucks? If not much, we have compiled all you need to know about Starbucks’s net worth in 2021, wiki and complete details. Well, if you’re all set, here is what we know about Starbucks to date.

Inception

Starbucks was initially established in Seattle, Washington, on 30th March in 1971. Three fellow mates who met in ‘University of San Francisco” decided to sell top-notch quality coffee beans and equipment for roasting coffee. Three friends (an English teacher) Jerry Baldwin, (history teacher) Zev Steel, and (writer) Gordon Bowker learnt roasting beans by the well-established entrepreneur “Alfred Peet”.

Bowker owned an agency of advertisement with Terry Heckler. Terry had a belief that words beginning from “St” are lucky. The trio engaged themselves in search of a good name for their company starting from “St”. They jumped from names like “Starbo” – a mining town located in Cascade range and finally ended up at “Starbucks” that is a character(chief mate) of the book Moby-Dick.

Evolution

Starbucks’ first store was established in Seattle at 2000 Western Avenue from the year 1971 to 1976. Then it was shifted to 1912Pike Place. It was a time where the company only sold roasted whole coffee beans. They had not started to sell brew coffee then. Initially (1984) they bought green coffee beans from Peet’s and finally started purchasing it from growers. By 1986, they were successful in expanding their stores to six in count in Seattle itself.

Starbucks Corporation was sold to the former manager in 1987 who re-branded his II Giornale coffee as Starbucks. In that same year, Starbucks was expanded outside Seattle in Vancouver, British Columbia, Waterfront Station and Chicago and then to North and Mid-West in 1989. Annually they roasted nearly 2,000,000 pounds (907,185) kg coffee.

With years passing by, the company started reaching all its height; they stated adding new products.

In 1992, Starbucks changed its logo outer shade from black to outer green, symbolizing peace and harmony. This also runs along with companies’ mission, i.e. “Inspire and nurture to human spirit t”. They also updated the font and position of the mermaid to make it visually perfect. In 2008, they decided to take up the previous logo, but it failed to bloom the costumers; instead, it turned a disaster.

In 2011, they again came back with a green logo, and few added little changes which worked wonders for them.

Today, Starbucks isn’t just limited to coffee but have diversified it to tea, ice creams, packaged goods, consumer products, and had successfully established a million-dollar empire.

Awards and Achievements

Starbucks is the best brand of whole bean coffee since the day it is established, and here are some of the notable achievements.

  1. In 1992 Starbucks Coffee Company was listed on NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations).
  2. In 2020 Starbucks Corporation has received 4 awards, including Best Company for Women 2020, Best Company Work-Life Balance, Best Company Perks and Benefits and Best Company Happiness.
  • In 2019 the company was honoredwith 8 awards including Best Company for Diversity, Best Company for Women, Best Company Culture, Best Company Work-Life Balance, Best Professional Development, Best Company in Seattle, Best CEOs for Diversity and, Best Company Outlook.
  1. In 2018 the company received 12 awards in different categories.
  2. In 2017 the company received 4 awards and 1 in 2016.

Net Worth & Earnings of Starbucks in 2021

Starbucks Net Worth
Starbucks Net Worth

Starbucks is one of the most popular coffee brands that sells great quality coffee beans worldwide. It sells a top-notch quality Frappuccino coffee drink, top premium ice creams through its joint daring partnership, and offers creative premium teas by Tazo Tea Company and many more products. It has a total net worth of $110 billion as of 2021, which is earned by selling all the above things in different countries and stores.

Starbucks is the chain of restaurants internationally that retails handmade coffee beans, tea, and food. It is the most recognized, established, and respected brand in the world. Starbucks is the place where you get more world’s most amazing coffee and tea with top-notch quality pastries and ice-creams and the most delicious treats to please to taste buds. Starbucks is one of the key players in the market of coffee.

Starbucks also offer the loyalty program, which is called “Starbucks Rewards” which offer a discount to people and give them a reason to choose Starbucks over any other coffee brand. In the last two years, the membership has increased by 25%, and now there are over 16 million members. In 2007, it was also associated with Apple and also become a sponsor of Morning Joe. It also uses four social media platforms which are Twitter ( with 3million followers), Facebook (with 32 million likes), YouTube (more than 15000 subscribers) and Starbucks Blog.

There is also music in Starbucks shops that matches the vibes. In 2018 the President of Starbucks made a statement to ban plastic straws from all locations due to climate conditions and pollution. It is truly said by Rupert Everett that “The Starbucks is spreading like cancer”.

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