Starbucks Pest Analysis
Starbucks Pest AnalysisTable of Contents
No. | Topic | Page |
1.0 | Introduction | 2 |
2.0 | Introduction of Starbucks | 3 |
3.0 | Introduction of PEST analysis | 4 – 6 |
| 3.1 Political-legal forces | |
| 3.2 Economic forces | |
| 3.3 Socio-cultural forces | |
| 3.4 Technological forces | |
4.0 | PEST components of Starbucks | 7 – 8 |
| 4.1 Political-legal component | |
| 4.2 Economic component | |
| 4.3 Socio-cultural component | |
| 4.4 Technological component | |
5.0 | Conclusion | 9 |
6.0 | References | 10 – 11 |
7.0 | Appendixes | 12 |
First of all, I would like to thank my lecturer, Miss Kanchini who is providing adequate information about the task which given in this Business Management assignment. For a business to be succeed in the market, each of the business need to analyze their surrounding environment for the purpose of increasing their revenue and to be stayed longer in that particular market.
There having two types of environment to be analyzed which are internal and external environment. Internal environment of a business is indicating the strengths and weaknesses of a business that must be identified to do some changes on weaknesses and strengthen the strengths owned. For the external environments which influence the long run decisions of an organization also needed to be analyzed especially for the bigger company so that the business will last longer in the market. There are several types of external environment such as PEST, PESTLE, and STEEPLE analysis. (Wheelen & Hunger, 2006)
From the task given here is to discuss and prepare PEST analysis to assist with developing the strategic future of any chosen organization. Thus, I had chosen an organization which is quite familiar in my daily life, Starbucks.
2.0 Introduction of Starbucks
Starbucks was first dates to 1971 to sell specialty whole-bean coffee in Seattle which launching by Jerry Baldwin, Zev Siegl, and Gordon Bowker....