Starbucks is planning to open 600 new stores in China next year, thus operating 6,000 stores across 230 cities by the end of 2022.
Xingran (Shanghai) Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership) was formed by the strategic collaboration between Starbucks China and Sequoia Capital China on Sept. 8, 2020.
Alibaba Group today announced that Starbucks China has introduced its mobile order and pay feature “Starbucks Now” for four Alibaba platforms.
Episode 65 of Tech Buzz China is a special one — a reading of the seventh issue of Extra Buzz, our new biweekly newsletter written by co-host Rui Ma.
Starbucks took another step toward evolving the digital customer experience for customers in China by cooperating with Alibaba and launching a smart speaker capable of ordering coffee delivery by voice.
It seems like any person at least moderately familiar with China would know that it’s a realm of tea.
Luckin Coffee, the company that is mainly known in the West for giving Starbucks a really hard time in China, is more than just another gastronomic novelty, it’s a phenomenon that reveals a lot about the changing nature of Chinese consumption.
Luckin Coffee, the Starbucks challenger in China, is seeking to raise up to $510 million in the U.S. initial public offering (IPO).
On April 23, Luckin Coffee, the Chinese Starbucks challenger, filed for official IPO to the U.S. Security Exchange Commission, with the ticker symbol 'LK'.
Luckin Coffee, the Beijing-based Starbucks challenger, registered RMB 45 million ($6.7 million) worth of movable assets as collateral to Zhongguancun Sci-Tech Leasing, according to the National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System.
Powered by technology from Alibaba, Starbucks launched its first virtual store in China on Dec. 14, providing a unified, one-stop digital experience across the Starbucks app and mobile apps within the Alibaba ecosystem such as Taobao, Tmall, and Alipay.
The answer is NO. If you go to a Starbucks in the U.S., chances are you would bump into clusters of coffee consumers leisurely chatting to one another while waiting for their daily dose of caffeine. But if you are at a Luckin Coffee, you might only see the apparition of these faces in the…
According to Kevin Johnson Starbucks' president and chief executive, the company is looking to eventually use the experience it has accumulated in China's fast-paced delivery industry and apply it to the United States.
Bejing-based coffee chain Luckin Coffee and Internet giant Tencent openly challenge the Starbucks-Alibaba alliance by announcing their strategic agreement on September 6.
In one month, Chinese Starbucks customers will no longer need to wait in line for their cup of coffee as the coffee giant forms new partnership with the Alibaba Group.