F&B mainstays taking digital direction

F&B mainstays taking digital direction

Vietnam’s food and beverage sector is increasing cooperation with cashless payment solution providers to offer better customer service and accelerate such payments across the country.
Starbucks names outgoing Reckitt leader as next CEO

Starbucks names outgoing Reckitt leader as next CEO

Starbucks named Laxman Narasimhan, a veteran of PepsiCo and other consumer brands, as its next chief executive on Thursday.
All-new Starbucks Refreshers setting flavorful tone this season

All-new Starbucks Refreshers setting flavorful tone this season

Starbucks Vietnam will launch a new platform called Refreshers, with two new Starbucks Refreshers versions which will leave you basking in berry goodness.
Nestlé and Starbucks roll out Starbucks At Home in Vietnam

Nestlé and Starbucks roll out Starbucks At Home in Vietnam

Nestlé and Starbucks on July 18 introduced a new coffee experience called Starbucks At Home in Vietnam that includes a premium instant coffee range.
Starbucks CSR initiatives gather pace

Starbucks CSR initiatives gather pace

The food and beverage sector in Vietnam is looking to capitalise on the economic recovery by kickstarting goals in corporate social responsibility. Patricia Marques, general manager of Starbucks Vietnam, explained to VIR’s Quang Bao how the company is attempting to push forward with more initiatives in the name of sustainable development.
Coffee chains shaking up habits and business tactics

Coffee chains shaking up habits and business tactics

The United States and Vietnam, with the high consumer demand and fast-growing markets, are continuing to be promised lands for coffee and beverage brands on both sides.
Starbucks interim CEO Schultz to suspend share buyback program

Starbucks interim CEO Schultz to suspend share buyback program

The newly installed interim chief executive of Starbucks Howard Schultz announced Monday he will suspend a share repurchase program as the chain navigates a challenging landscape amid a growing unionization push.
Coffee giants tinkering with formula

Coffee giants tinkering with formula

Big-name cafe and beverage brands such as Starbucks, Highlands Coffee, and Phuc Long are promoting the development of kiosk models and closing larger stores in central areas – but it remains to be seen whether this strategy will bring long-term success.
UrBox becomes sole partner of Starbucks in Vietnam to optimise customer service

UrBox becomes sole partner of Starbucks in Vietnam to optimise customer service

Starbucks Vietnam has partnered up with Vietnamese startup TOQUA UrBox JSC to enhance customer service efficiency and optimise digital transformation with UrBox.
Coffee shop chains increase presence

Coffee shop chains increase presence

Despite the pandemic restrictions, the race to open more shops between coffee brands continues full steam ahead.
Dreadful expansion outlook for beverage chains across nation

Dreadful expansion outlook for beverage chains across nation

Social distancing and compulsory lockdowns are throwing a wrench in beverage chains’ market expansion plans this year adding insult to injury for these already unhealthy firms.
Highlands Coffee, Starbucks, and The Coffee Houses stop serving at stores for COVID-19

Highlands Coffee, Starbucks, and The Coffee Houses stop serving at stores for COVID-19

Coffee chains like Highlands Coffee, Starbucks, and The Coffee House are taking business to the online and takeaway channels in Ho Chi Minh City until April.
Starbucks bans personal cups in US, Canada stores over coronavirus

Starbucks bans personal cups in US, Canada stores over coronavirus

Reusable cups are in vogue for reducing waste but are no longer welcome at Starbucks cafes over fears of the coronavirus, the coffee chain announced.
Starbucks, Coffee Bean, and Tea Leaf losing to Vietnamese chains

Starbucks, Coffee Bean, and Tea Leaf losing to Vietnamese chains

Starbucks was the only foreign café chain to make it into the Top 5 in Vietnam, according to Euromonitor.
Starbucks becomes latest target of Hong Kong protester rage

Starbucks becomes latest target of Hong Kong protester rage

Starbucks has emerged as the latest brand to fall foul of Hong Kong's protesters after a family member of the local restaurant chain that owns the local franchise spoke out against demonstrators.
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