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Born:- Howard Mark Schultz
July 19, 1953 (age 60) Brooklyn, New York, United States
Alma mater:- Northern Michigan University
Occupation:- Chairman and CEO of Starbucks
Salary:- US$ 21,775,000
Spouse(s):- Sheri Kersch Schultz
Children:- Eliahu Jordan Schultz
Howard Schultz influences others to get involved in his
Localized volunteer initiatives and work
Contributing capitol to numerous nonprofit organizations that
Starbucks is affiliated with
Followers who are Starbucks employees (partners) want to
emulate the philanthropic deeds of Schultz because they touch
so many lives around the world. In this sense, he is a role model
for his company and loyal customers.
About Howard Schultz…
Howard Mark Schultz is an American businessman and writer.
He is best known as the chairman and CEO of Starbucks and a former
owner of the Seattle Super Sonics. Schultz co-founded Maveron, an
investment group, in 1998 with Dan Levitan.
Business man from New York visited Starbucks in 1981.
Pursued a job at Starbucks, and finally after much deliberations he was
offered a job in September of 1982.
Schultz had a vision for Starbucks:
Wanted to expand the company
Visited Italy and loved the concept of the Italian Bar
Starbucks owner did not have the same vision for Starbucks
Schultz left Starbucks to open Il Giornale, a coffee bar based on what
he saw in Italy.
Founder, Chairman, Chief
Executive Officer and President
Former Director and Member of
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc.
Former Director and Member of
The Business Enterprise Trust Award for courage, integrity and social
vision in business.
The International Humanitarian Award for CARE for his vision and
leadership in developing an innovative partnership between
Starbucks and CARE to support people in coffee-origin countries.
The National Leadership Award for philanthropic and educational
efforts to battle AIDS from AIDS Action.
Horatio Alger Award in 2007.
The Business Leader of the Year Award from Georgetown University.
The Botwinick Prize for Business Ethics from Columbia University.
The 1991 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award
Howard Schultz communicates high
expectations to Starbucks partners by
promoting a shared vision and rallying
for team spirit.
During an interview, Schultz said:
“I believe life is a series of near misses. A lot of
what we ascribe to luck is not luck at all. It's
seizing the day and accepting responsibility for
your future. It's seeing what other people don't
see And pursuing that vision.”
Schultz also motivates Starbucks
partners to provide world-class service
by offering competitive wages,
benefits to part-time employees
including: medical, dental, vision, 401k,
and ‘Bean Stock’ at an employee
•Starbucks Coffee company
•Starbucks Corporation is an American global
coffee company and coffeehouse chain based
in Seattle, Washington. Wikipedia
•Headquarters: Seattle, WA, United States of
Founded: 1971, Pike Place Market, Seattle,
Washington, United States
CEO: Howard Schultz
Founders: Gordon Bowker, Jerry Baldwin, Zev
In 1971, Jerry Baldwin, Zev Siegel, and
Gordon Bowker opened the first store
Inspired and mentored by Alfred Peet.
First store opened in Pikes Place, a
touristy area in Seattle.
Customers were encouraged to learn
how to grind the beans and make their
own freshly brewed coffee at home.
The store did not offer fresh-brewed
coffee sold by the cup like today, they
sold beans and coffee makers.
The store was an immediate success,
with sales exceeding expectations.
Corporation is an American global
coffee company and
coffeehouse chain based in Seattle,
Starbucks is the largest coffeehouse
company in the world, with 20,891 stores in 62
Coffees by profile
Bold and robust, these coffees built our
Subtle and mellow, the lighter
Smooth and balanced, some of
our most beloved blends.
Each of these is a Starbucks
Naturally flavored coffees for
13,279 in the United States,
1,324 in Canada,
989 in Japan,
851 in the People's Republic of China,
806 in the United Kingdom,
556 in South Korea,
377 in Mexico,
291 in Taiwan,
206 in the Philippines,
179 in Turkey,
171 in Thailand, and 167 in Germany
Starbucks :in INDIA
Expanding its reach to new markets in India, coffee chain Tata Starbucks on Thursday
announced opening of two outlets at the National Capital's Indira Gandhi International
The company plans to open 50 outlets in India this year.
Starbucks had entered the Indian market in October 2012 and operates five stores in Mumbai
and four in New Delhi.
Starbucks :in INDIA
Tata Starbucks opens first outlet in Gurgaon ,July 10, 2013
Starbucks opens store in Delhi , February 6, 2013
Starbucks assures India of local coffee sourcing, February 5, 2013
Tata Starbucks opens two outlets in Delhi , January 25, 2013
Tata Starbucks opens first store , October 19, 2012
Tata Starbucks to open first café by end-October September 28, 2012
Tata Global mulls entry into foods sector , August 30, 2011
Tata does not rule out automobile factory in West Bengal , August 31, 2012
Tata to brew Starbucks in India, January 31, 2012
Starbucks, Tata Coffee sign pact for collaboration, January 13, 2011
Tata Global to sell stake in international operations , June 7, 2011