Starbucks opened its 500th store in Bali indonesia with a drive through initiative to provide a safe, familiar and convenient customer experiences. According to Starbucks, since the opening of the first store at Plaza Indonesia 20 years ago, Starbucks Indonesia has expanded to 36 cities, with more than 4,300 partners proudly wearing its green apron. “The opening of our 500th store in Indonesia is a significant milestone for Starbucks.
"This is a proud moment for all our partners wearing the green apron and I am excited to celebrate this achievement with them. We attribute to our partners, who deliver the beloved Starbucks Experience to our customers every day,” Anthony McEvoy, Sari Coffee Indonesia (SCI) leader added.
“Indonesia has played an important role in Starbucks heritage as one of the world’s leading coffee growing regions through today as we continue to deliver the iconic experience across the market. Since entering the market 20 years ago, Indonesia has become the 10th largest market globally for Starbucks and we remain committed to serving more customers and communities for the long-term,” Michael Conway, International and Channel Development, group president explained.
Building on its third-place in-store experience, the design of this special store is deeply inspired by Balinese architecture, which emphasises wood elements. Locally-inspired roofing and columns mirror the store’s surroundings, while the façade uses local, natural materials. The interior of the store features natural wood, vibrant rattan lighting, and artwork featuring a wood carving of the Starbucks siren to create a local and authentic Starbucks Experience.
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