Starbucks UAE Careers 2023; UAE Job Vacancies

Starbucks UAE Careers 2023; UAE Job Vacancies – Starbucks Corporation is a multinational coffee company based in Seattle, Washington, United States. It was founded in 1971 by Jerry Baldwin, Zev Siegl, and Gordon Bowker and has since become the world’s largest coffeehouse chain that opened several restaurants and franchises across the world. Starbucks offers a wide range of products including hot and cold drinks, ice cream, whole-bean coffee, tea, pastries, snacks, sandwiches, breakfast items, beverages, smoothies, and the popular Pumpkin Spice Latte.




Restaurant Name Starbucks UAE
 Job Location Dubai
 Nationality Selective
 Education Degree/Diploma or (Equivalent)
 Experience mandatory
 Language Skills Proficiency in English
 Salary Competitive Salary Offered
 Benefits As per UAE labor law



Throughout its history, Starbucks has invested heavily in advertising campaigns and continues to expand rapidly. Between 1987 and 2007, the company opened an average of two stores every day around the world.



List Of Vacant Positions at Starbucks UAE

Senior Manager (Brand PA & CSR) Dubai View & Apply
Barista – Starbucks UAE View & Apply

History Of Starbucks Coffeehouse Chain

Starbucks opened its first branch in 1971 in Washington, USA, with three San Francisco university students who became partners. The students were inspired and learned from coffee-roasting entrepreneur Alfred Peet, which led them to start their own coffeehouse company.

Between 1971 and 1976, the company only sold roasted whole coffee beans. Over time, the company began to sell green coffee beans, which were purchased from Peet’s, but eventually, the owners started buying directly from growers. From 1980 to 1990, Starbucks was listed on the stock market and became a private to a public company.

In June 1992, Starbucks had 140 outlets and an initial revenue of 73.5 million US dollars, which was up from 1.3 million US dollars. The company’s market value was around 271 million US dollars at this time. After four months, Starbucks’ share price had risen by 70% to over 100 times earnings per share from the previous year.



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