Back in May, Starbucks Indonesia started a social media campaign, #ShareTheGoodness to emphasize the company’s mission to inspire and nurture the human spirit.
PT MAP’s CEO Food & Beverage Division, Anthony Cottan, revealed details on what it takes for Starbucks to come out stronger after dealing with the Covid-19 crisis.
NOW! Jakarta Managing Editor Refa Koetin went to Starbucks not only for a cup of good coffee but also to have a chat with CMO of Starbucks Indonesia Liryawati about her definition of success.
The American coffee chain Starbucks signed the MoU to extend its business in Papua with two stores opening in the Eastern part of Indonesia.
Starbucks Indonesia has committed to eliminating the usage of single-use plastic straws with paper straws at its stores across the country.
Plenty of Indonesian children aren’t able to celebrate the holiday season with joy but Drop of Hope believes that every child deserves a gift.
Global Coffee company Starbucks spotted the light on three female ‘Srikandi’ baristas who compete for professional skill and innovation.
Introducing an immersive coffee experience brought to you by Starbucks Indonesia! Craft your coffee passion with Starbucks Reserve Sulawesi Toraja Sapan Village and Starbucks Sumatra.
The international coffeehouse chain celebrates the wealth of Indonesian coffee by adding new specialty beans collection from Sulawesi and Sumatra.
Everyone is welcome to share their Starbucks stories on Instagram by using the hashtag #SBUXCupOfStories on their stories.
Hendra Gunawan, Fatur Ridho, and Claudia Panca are three artists with special need whose works are featured on Starbucks tumbler and tote bag.
In partnership with Prestasi Junior Indonesia, Starbucks Indonesia held a Creative Youth Entrepreneurship programme to empower vocational students in four cities across the country.
With the recent opening of its Starbucks Dewata Coffee Sanctuary in Bali, the company has expanded its development programme to partners on the island.
Held at Global Jaya International School, Starbucks Indonesia invited 150 children to celebrate National Sports through its StarCoach Programme.
Starbucks Indonesia launches campaign inspired by the warm welcoming culture from all over Asia, includes the introduction of a special range of products.
To celebrate National Children’s Day on 23 July , Starbucks Indonesia held a series of events for two consecutive days in Jakarta, Medan, Surabaya and Bali.
As you slow down this summer, enjoy delicious goodies from Pistachio Bon Bon to Gula Aren Cake at Starbucks Indonesia.
In16th anniversary, Starbucks Indonesia has collaborated with IKAT Indonesia to create an exclusive anniversary collection representing unity and culture.
Starbucks Indonesia together with Planet Water Foundation organised an event to celebrate Global Handwashing Day on 13 October. Themed “Make Handwashing a Habit”, Starbucks Indonesia demonstrated the proper way to wash hands.