Where Starbucks could find its next 30% of mobile sales

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9 April 2018

A pair of geographically diverse projects will determine whether Starbucks can fix a slowdown that's eroding its reputation as a master of mobile technology.

Starbucks has reported an impressive number of in-store sales in the U.S. coming through its mobile app, a figure that has climbed quarter after quarter since the 2009 introduction of the Starbucks Card app — until July 2017, when it reached 30% and has not budged from that number since. It is seeing some momentum from mobile ordering, which accounts for 10% of all Starbucks transactions, but it still has a lot of work ahead of it.

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Corporate Banking, Retail Banking
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Geographic Focus
Asia-Pacific, EMEA, LATAM, North America