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"ceo bob rosenberg" Discussed on Business Wars
"Springtime Nineteen eighty-three Milan. Italy Howard Schultz. Feels like he's on top of the world here on behalf of starbucks to check out new coffee makers at an international houseware show as he walks jauntily down narrow street he passes the smallest Bresso Bar and decides to duck inside behind the counter. Talkative man is pressing down on a metal bar that releases a thick cloud of steam. The man hands a Deputy Toss Cup of Espresso one of the customers lined up at the counter next. He makes a Cappuccino topping off with thick white foam. The BARISTA keeps making various types of coffee. All the while chatting with his customers to Schultz. It's great theater and all the while. He's breathing in a blend of enticing aromas. Some are fruity others are spicy. Still others woody or sweet. There are not like sets and deep sense that him of fine wine. It's a delight for the senses. Schultz goes to the counter. I haven't Espresso please. Are you an American? Can you tell your accent? I'm used to it. We had a lot of Americans in here and do they love the coffee. They crazy for. They say they can't get anything like at home. The counter man hands Schultz's espresso as he drinks it. He feels like he's sipping a cup of them. Brosio seductively thick and rich. The caffeine jolts him leaving the store he notices one espresso bar. After another all packed with customers inside the shops customers. Sit At small round tables summer talking away gesturing dramatically with their hands others seated alone are engrossed in a book or the newspaper still others stand at the counter chatting do other customers as they wait for their orders that night. He calls his wife. The Italians are so passionate about coffee. They've elevated it to a whole new level there's a romance and a ritual to it on the way he formulates. What he's sure is a brilliant idea to open espresso bars in the United States while Howard Schultz flies home members of Dunkin donuts Advertising Agency. Gather around a conference table. Their leader rubs his hands together in anticipation he's about to present the company's CEO. Bob Rosenberg with their idea for the company's first major television ad. Here's a concept Abakar. Wakes up at three in the morning. He drags himself out of bed saying time to make the doughnuts. What are you trying to say within line? Dunkin donuts is an everyman company right absolutely delicious products. Everyone can afford exactly so the ad dramatizes a routine all working people go through getting up in the and going to work like our Baker. I I like that. You give the bigger name and every man named Fred Fred the baker. That's good the auditions for the role of Fred. The Baker start a week later but the casting call quickly runs into trouble. The admen quietly worry to each other. We've seen more than two hundred guys. None of them are right there too perky way someone with the way the on his shoulders he's exhausted because workers rely on him for their fresh doughnut and coffee every morning that afternoon. The audition and unknown actor named Michael Vale. He's Paci with hangdog expression in a bumbling walk and he shows up at the audition in the right costume pajamas. I'm Joan this is the guy. The one workers can relate to the first fred. The Baker ad airs in Nineteen Eighty. Two it's a sensation. Dunkin donuts are always fresh. I made the donuts. Make them at least twice every day to make up. You guys like supermarket. Time to make the donor make the dough made AMC. Donuts up to fifty two varieties day and night fred. The baker instantly becomes Dunkin donuts mascot and beloved figure wherever he goes people clamor for his autograph when he shows up at Dunkin donuts stores for promotions customers and his name with the company's newly raised profile demand increases for Dunkin donuts classic pairing doughnuts and coffee by the next year nineteen eighty-three. They've got more than twelve hundred stores. In malls and shopping centers in rest stops throughout the northeast when new stores open founder? Bill Rosenberg is there beaming as he cuts the ribbon and offers free coffee to customers? He feels like that King of coffee. He has no way of knowing that a rivalry is brewing on the other side of the country but first Howard Schultz has to convince the owners of starbucks that espresso bars or a great idea. It'll be the biggest battle he's ever had in our next episode. 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"ceo bob rosenberg" Discussed on Business Wars
"While. Scholtz tries time and again to get a job at starbucks Dunkin donuts. Ceo Bob Rosenberg is basking in his company. Success they now have more than one thousand franchises throughout the northeast though his father Bill Rosenberg is no longer. Ceo He's the company's most knowledgeable and respected adviser wherever he goes for business or pleasure. He looks for potential new store. Locations or checks out existing stores builds developed a point system to scout out the best locations for new stores. It gives credit for visibility. Traffic Count for traffic. The ease of getting in and out of the store. Plus points for demographic diversity how many people live nearby how well nearby supermarkets are doing. Even the number of kids bikes is an indicator. Kids eat more doughnuts than adults. They build Dunkin donuts franchises in places that receive at least seven points and these prime locations can be anywhere lately. Dunkin donuts franchise stores have been cropping up outside the US. Many of them in Asia in the fall of Nineteen eighty-one Rosenberg and his wife visit Dunkin donut. Stores in Singapore and Hong Kong businesses booming. Their next stop his Bangkok Thailand. The Dunkin donuts store in the World Rosenberg and his wife gingerly crossed the street in Siam Square. A popular shopping district motorcycles and buses go whizzing by the streets are packed with small shops and restaurants and stalls selling food and Candy. It's eight am and the store is already bustling. Well look at that. One hundred thirty seats in every one of them failed at the counter. Young shop wearing trendy blackout fits stand next to businessmen in suits local musicians who've been up all night and are making their final stop before they go to bed. They're all drinking coffee out of Dunkin donuts signature Styrofoam Cups with a name written out in bright orange and pink and they're happily devouring the special doughnut geared to tie tastes a traditional glazed donut shop with dried shredded chicken. Thai Chili Paste. Rosenberg looks on the big smile on his face. He's proud of the savvy way. Dunkin donuts has adapted its menu to its locations around the world. It's a smart move that let them quickly gain a solid foothold overseas from there. Rosenberg goes to Japan where the first International Dunkin donuts open in nineteen seventy. Most of the Tokyo franchises are running smoothly but to his perfectionist. I one store stands out. He pulls the franchise owner aside. You'll coffee's cold. Dunkin donuts is famous for its coffee. It's the best there is if you can't meet my standards. I warned you. I'll shut down you store. We will do better. I promise. Then start now. My good name depends on you doing your job. The whole point of these stories is to share the joy of great doughnuts. Great coffee you CAN'T SETTLE FOR ANYTHING LESS. Rosenberg's white pulled him aside. You were awfully tough on that man. I need to be Dunkin donuts. Success is based on attention to detail. We can't afford to get sloppy or lazy so the more successful. We become the more vigilant. Again and Rosenberg's vigilance is legendary from the very first store. He's made sure. The coffee is brewed in Small Tin Cup. Silex pots to preserve its freshness after eighteen minutes in the pot. The coffee is thrown away. It's expensive but Rosenberg doesn't care after the old coffee is toss beans freshly ground for the next. Batch is his way of assuring that customers receive uniform dependable experience. He knows that it's this insistence on excellence. That's made his fortune winter. Nineteen eighty to New York City. Howard Schultz is totally frustrated. Months have passed since he visited starbucks yet. He can't keep himself from calling Jerry Baldwin again and again Jerry. You've gotTa know that starbucks has tremendous potential. I'm sure of this is I've ever been of anything and I know I could play a huge role in helping you reach that potential. But we don't care about potential Howard for us. The company's mandate is to sell coffee beans and coffee makers and a few small stores. Don't you ever dream of making it something more? Well to tell you the truth. I sometimes wonder if we could expand a bit beyond Seattle. You could Jerry. That's a good dream finally in the spring of nineteen eighty two Baldwin invited Scholtz to join him in Gordon. Backer for dinner and San Francisco. Schultz is Giddy with anticipation before the dinner. Schultz is in his hotel room dressing in his best suit and a new shirt and tie he bought for the occasion. He's meeting the starbucks crew at Donatello's an upscale Italian restaurant he arrives early. There's a light rain falling. But he walks around the entire block to pump up his confidence as he walks he tells himself. I've waited my entire career for this dinner. He's already at the table when Baldwin and back arrive there dressed casually in sports jackets no ties Schultz wonders. If he's made a mistake with his formal attire then he thinks they're both older than I am. I'm dressed to show respect. But his main goal is to charm them. Once they're seated he launches into his pitch. You got a real jewel in starbucks in New York. When I served your coffee of my friends they love it. Why wouldn't people all over? America react the same way you can open stores throughout the United States and Canada. You could share your knowledge passion with so many people as Baldwin. Listen they're calm expressions? Don't change but by the end of the meal. Schulz's convinced he's won them over with his youthful enthusiasm and energy. He calls his wife get ready to move to Seattle. I'm about to be hired throughout the night shots tosses and turns. He's too excited to sleep at eleven. Am The next morning. His Hotel Room phone finally rings. It's Jerry Baldwin. I'm sorry Howard. We're just not going to hire you. What why not? It's too risky too much change Shen. Oh no shots thanks. My enthusiasm. Didn't impress them at SPOOK THEM. He paces the room. He has to do something to change their minds but what a few minutes later. He calls Baldwin Back Jerry. You're making a terrible mistake. The destiny of starbucks is at stake. I know that you know how great it can be. Baldwin is about to blurt another stronger version of no but then he catches himself. Schultz is wearing him down. What gets him? Most is shows his faith in starbucks. He asks himself. Does it make sense to turn away a person with so much conviction?.