In Canada, The coffee retail industry has developed in the previous five years. The franchises is major factor in any business to expand their business for future growth. Actually Starbucks coffee is not a franchises. So they are company owned stores. They offer a different types of flexible coffee, tea program and stores for rang of various markets, and Markets include healthcare, universities & colleges resorts & hotels and existing restaurant. They additionally can take into account qualified high volume or high traffic retail locations.
The coffee served in Second Cup is also high quality and the drinks available strongly rival those in Starbucks. In the past decade there has been an explosive growth of 157% in the area of coffee shop market. Canadian coffee market share, new companies have limited to no space for growth in North America. Second Cup’s market share at the Canadian market is about 8%.Upon these facts and analysis there is an unlimited growth possibilities in the coffee market in Canada. There are different factors that do influence in the purchase of coffee from these outlets and the the way these coffees are priced. Customers are reluctant to get coffee from these outlets as the prices are too high than the coffees that could be made at home. There is a huge conflict between the pricing of coffees at these places and homemade ones. Coffee shops are determined to serve the best quality coffees which are been imported from South America and Africa, due to the rise in oil prices transportation charges have also been increased. And also due to different global climatic conditions the prices of these gourmet coffee beans have been increased.
Starbucks is one of the leaders in coffee industry. Starbucks has entered into many new markets and today it has more than 16,000 outlets across the globe (Johnson, Scholes and Whittington 2011). Due to unlimited business opportunities, Starbucks Corp has set strategies to enter India as it is next major hub for development in near future. Previously Starbucks has gained wide success in China and Japan due to high consumption of coffee and tea. Since its inception, Starbucks has tapped the major markets across the world, India was left untapped. In India, Starbucks has setup alliances with TATA Global Beverages which is a unit of TATA Group of Companies. Starbucks along with TATA has started with an investment of $80 million and plans to open 50 coffee shops in a year. Currently few coffee shops has been setup by Starbucks, however in near future, it is expected that the company will achieve its target in capturing Indian market (Lamb2009). Thus, besides sourcing coffee beans from TATA, Starbucks can now explore more Asian markets (Hitt, Ireland and Hoskisson 2012).
Every human being having to start the morning with a cup of coffee or tea with hot and delicious breakfast, and mid-morning or afternoon. The great hot coffee or tea is sharing with family, friends and co-workers. Some people are like to drink coffees or teas as taste bold to medium and mild with any types of products. In 19th centuries to now, there are so many food businesses open in the market such as coffee stores, food restaurants, retail grocery stores and food industries. There are different country’s coffees or teas with flavors find in the coffee or cafe stores. The coffee businesses are open such as Starbucks coffee, Dunkin Donut, McDonald, Panera, Caribou café etc. All these coffee businesses have the own corporate stores,
And finally, on February 1st, Starbucks Coffee Company opened its first store in Vietnam at the New World Hotel in downtown Ho Chi Minh City. The company has studied Vietnamese market since 1991 and made VERY, VERY careful steps when entering this market. The only partner licensed to operate Starbucks stores in Vietnam is Coffee Concepts Vietnam, a subsidiary of Hong Kong Maxim’s Group. The signing with Coffee Concepts Vietnam will maximize the growth potential of Starbucks in Vietnam as the partner has experience in managing 130 stores in Hong Kong and China. Starbucks’ strategy is to bring unique coffee experience to customers at its stores. Besides, Starbucks will boost the localization of stores in its business strategy in Vietnam to make Starbucks stores the third destination for local people, following their home and office. “Starbucks provides much more than just the best cup of coffee, we will offer a place where people come together, connect with family and friends and celebrate the local Vietnamese coffee culture and heritage”, said Jinlong Wang, President of Starbucks Asia Pacific. Now let us begin our SWOT analysis. One of my team members, Lan Huong, is going to show you some strengths of Starbucks Coffee Company.
Java Culture, a coffee shop that serves the Oregon area of the United States, offers best tasting coffee beverages. The coffee shop makes use of high quality ingredients that are prepared under very strict guidelines. There are a number of business concepts that can be charted to be able to directly compete with the business; Java Culture. First, the business should offer premium quality coffee that is imported from the premium cocoa growing countries such as Brazil. The preparation process should follow the most pristine quality preparation guidelines thus ensuring that the products of firm are
Next, Starbucks is in a direct supply channel. Direct supply channel is in which a producer supplies its goods or services directly to consumer, without a middleman (business dictionary). This practice helps Starbucks to keep a good relationship with the customer. In Malaysia, especially in Kuala Lumpur Starbucks can be found in any place where there is high intense flow of people, you can found it in a mall, gas station, airport, university, bus stop and etc. Starbucks primary goal is to locate its store in a highly visible location, to be the ideal place for the individuals who wants to enjoy music or looking for a break in a busy lifestyle. Getting more
Many multinational corporations in the coffee industry have succeeded tremendously such as Starbucks. Each of these corporations has strategies that helped them continue to expand to nations of different cultures, ethnicities, governmental practices, and locations.
Peet 's Coffee and Tea is a well-known and loved coffee shop with three stores here in Colorado. Although the prices and work space isn 't the best they offer great, quick drinks served by friendly employees. The store is a place for a comforting, warm place to sit. Peet 's Coffee was started by Alfred Peet in 1966 and his coffee was unlike any other coffee shop. He brewed in small amounts, always had fresh beans, a great quality, and a dark roast. This all produced a coffee that was rich and complex, and still is today.
Cameron’s Coffee was founded in 1978 by Jim Cameron and was later on purchased by Jim Kirkpatrick in 1999. The company specializes in ‘…premium flavored coffees, teas and powdered cocoa and cappuccino mixes (Petersen).’ Even though the coffee market is almost saturated, Cameron is looking to expand its operations not only in the United States, but in Europe and other continents. The company currently has a great advantage in this tight market, due to its dedication to quality. But in order to increase the probability for success, Cameron’s Coffee will need to expand its knowledge and involvement in technology and communication.
In conclusion, the Broadway Café faces a strong buying power and rivalry among competitors due to the large volume of shops offering the same products and services. The threat of new substitute products and alternatives is also high for the same reasons for buyer power. The Café also faces the threat of new entrants due to the lack of insignificant entry barriers. One upside is the relatively weak supplier power. The coffee industry is huge as stated above and vendors are more than ample. With this information we can conceive our business focus. The Broadway Café is best suit for a focused differentiation strategy. We plan to achieve
Zest Tea is implementing a differentiation product strategy by combining the desired aspects of both the coffee and tea markets and appealing to the health conscious caffeine consumer. Their beverage offers the addition of an amino acid that interacts with caffeine to add mental focus and health benefits. In addition to their differentiation plan, Zest Tea offers its product at an affordable rate which costs just over a dollar per beverage sachet. This strategy of low cost to consumer and a superior differentiated product along with their manufacturing trade secrets creates a unique competitive advantage for Zest Tea in the beverage marketplace.
Starbucks’ retail entry model in the United States does not have the same strategy as their international model. In the states Starbucks holds great control as a corporation, but in international territory, country partnerships, cultural, government laws and politics play a very important role in Starbucks’ entry strategy. Starbucks has set it sights globally since the coffee market has come close to saturation in the U.S. which will give them the opportunity to continue to expand without fierce competition. Starbucks has looked to countries like India and other emerging markets with great growth potential to set down new roots. Starbucks recognizes India as a great choice to expand business internationally but also recognizes the complexity in the same market after several attempts to enter without success.