In all plans to expand its venture, Starbucks announced on Tuesday, that it would make Starbucks deliver available throughout the US in early 2020 in collaboration with Uber Eats. The first Starbucks program was piloted in Miami and has since expanded in 11 markets.
According to a press release, the companies have announced to collaborate on “innovation and technology integration.” The partnership will help both the companies to focus on the delivery packaging, in-store operation and providing the courier in time.
We are driven to create new and unique digital experiences that are meaningful, valuable, and convenient for our customers. Partnering with Uber Eats helps us take another step towards bringing Starbucks to customers wherever they are – Roz Brewer, group president, and chief operating officer for Starbucks
Starbucks’s partnership with Uber Eats will do its global delivery service outside of China while reaching out to all those customers other than those customers for whom Starbucks is a morning afternoon routine.
The Starbucks delivery is available via the Uber Eats mobile app on iOS and Android while tracking the progress and location of their courier. Starbucks has also developed good packaging to keep the temperature managed according to the menu taken.
Since 1971 the company has been committed towards its service with more than 30,000 stores around the globe. It is still trying to enhance its experience.