Dunkin' Donuts Essay

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Table of Content Executive Summary 3 Background 4 Dunkin’ Donuts (Dunkin’ Brands) 4 Starbucks Coffee (Starbucks Corporations) 4 Leader VS Follower 5 Financial Analysis 6 Liquidity Ratio Analysis 6 Debt Analysis 11 Profitability Analysis 13 Stock Investment Analysis 16 Non-Financial Analysis 20 SWOT Analysis 20 PEST Factor Analysis 23 Product Life Cycle Analysis 24 Boston Consulting Group (BCG) Analysis 25 Conclusions and Observations 27 References 29

Executive Summary

People love to drink coffee. Coffee shops, independently owned or chains are every corner. Statistics show that people are taking more coffee every day. It is a very profitable business.
Nowadays when people think of coffee and its
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Research showed that 54% of the Americans over the age of 18 drink coffee everyday and 62% of the regular coffee was purchased from a coffee shop, rather than homemade. For corporation coffee house chain, Dunkin’ Donuts is developing very well in home base country and has its chains everywhere including Asia. That is why it is chosen to study within this industry for its financial performance.
Moreover, most of the people know the brand Starbucks as the leader of the coffee industry. It is enormously successful and it comes out with no surprise that this will be used as benchmarking against the study of Dunkin’ Donuts.
Dunkin’ Donuts (Dunkin’ Brands)
Dunkin’ Donuts is an American global doughnut company and coffeehouse chain based in Canton, Massachusetts that was founded in 1950. At start, it was famous for its quick service food doughnut but now it has already been well known for its high quality coffee and quick customer service. It is one of the subsidiary companies with sister brand Baskin-Robbins under the franchiser Dunkin' Brands.
As at 2013, there were 10,858 Dunkin' Donuts retail locations, including 7,677 in the United States and 3,181 in 33 different countries. Most of Dunkin' Donuts are operating by franchisees and it is a very successful business model that generates much of its revenues. It is continuing to grow more franchisees in the United States and international market. In July 2013, Dunkin' Donuts

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