Starbucks to open 100 new stores in Malaysia

starbucks-bangkokInternational coffee chain Starbucks said on June 26 that it plans to open 100 new coffee stores throughout Malaysia over the next four years.

“We have a historic opportunity to become one of the most respected and enduring brands across Southeast Asia, delivering an unparalleled experience to Starbucks customers, while supporting local communities,” Starbucks China and Asia Pacific Channel Development and Emerging Brands President John Culver told media in Kuala Lumpur.

Earlier in June, Starbucks said is also will open 100 new stores in the Philippines and the same amount in Indonesia, and also wants to enter Myanmar.

Starbucks’ first shop in Malaysian opened 15 years ago in Kuala Lumpur, and the chain has grown to 141 stores since. The company operates more than 700 stores across six Southeast Asian markets, including Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.



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International coffee chain Starbucks said on June 26 that it plans to open 100 new coffee stores throughout Malaysia over the next four years. "We have a historic opportunity to become one of the most respected and enduring brands across Southeast Asia, delivering an unparalleled experience to Starbucks customers, while supporting local communities," Starbucks China and Asia Pacific Channel Development and Emerging Brands President John Culver told media in Kuala Lumpur. Earlier in June, Starbucks said is also will open 100 new stores in the Philippines and the same amount in Indonesia, and also wants to enter Myanmar. Starbucks' first shop...

starbucks-bangkokInternational coffee chain Starbucks said on June 26 that it plans to open 100 new coffee stores throughout Malaysia over the next four years.

“We have a historic opportunity to become one of the most respected and enduring brands across Southeast Asia, delivering an unparalleled experience to Starbucks customers, while supporting local communities,” Starbucks China and Asia Pacific Channel Development and Emerging Brands President John Culver told media in Kuala Lumpur.

Earlier in June, Starbucks said is also will open 100 new stores in the Philippines and the same amount in Indonesia, and also wants to enter Myanmar.

Starbucks’ first shop in Malaysian opened 15 years ago in Kuala Lumpur, and the chain has grown to 141 stores since. The company operates more than 700 stores across six Southeast Asian markets, including Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.



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