True to its philosophy, Starbucks serves more than just coffee. Since opening last year at the Renaissance Marketplace the Starbucks store has been a popular meeting place, a welcoming business setting, a spot to nurture friendships and enjoy relationships over terrific coffees and delectable snacks.
As a matter of fact, Starbucks is an engaged and engaging member of the island’s business landscape, encouraging and supporting partners – its employees and customers – to get involved in their communities.
While the corporation upholds a global community service program — teaching and following guidelines for waste reduction, recycling, energy & water conservation – it believes that being involved in the community is not only the right thing to do, it’s also good business. The individual Starbuck stores Think Globally and Act Locally, often coming together to make the world a better place.
In that spirit, the crew of the new Starbucks store, about to open at the Renaissance Mall on August 20th, joined hands on Saturday, to clean up the beach area from Renaissance Beach to Havana, in an effort to provide the island with an extra helping hand.
Pictured here, the crew heading out on its important mission.
Director Business Development Starbucks Coffee International Mike Schieffer, headquartered in Miami, will be on island to assist with the opening festivities.
Schieffer praised the high level of cooperation Starbucks Coffee International finds in Aruba and reports that the partnership with Renaissance Aruba Resorts serves as the new business model for Starbucks Coffee International in Latin and South America, where the company seeks to partner with top business concerns for the joint development of branded new outlets.
With Starbucks coffee corporate training program concluded the new Baristas studied about customer care in relation to coffee, and are prepared to deliver a full assortment of signature coffees, pastries, cookies, light sandwiches and tasty bites, beside home coffee making equipment and accessories.