Tales of the Siren



Tales of the Siren Stories of one woman s adventures with Starbucks, living in the backyard of their headquarters in Seattle Get a peek behind the doors of the corporate headquarters of the world s most recognizable coffee brand Customers and partners come together in a series of delightful vignettes that illustrate how Starbucks works to create unique coffee and community service experiences Enjoy a humanizing look at top executives Howard Schultz and Cliff Burrows Get a glimpse into the inner workings of Starbucks and come along as StarbucksMelody builds friendships, gains a deeper understanding of coffee, and learns what it means to be in the people business serving coffee. Download Tales of the Siren – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 204 pages
  • Tales of the Siren
  • Melody Overton
  • English
  • 27 March 2017

10 thoughts on “Tales of the Siren

  1. Patricia Eddy says:

    Tales of the Siren A StarbucksMelody is a book that every coffee lover should read Personally, I m not a huge fan of the taste of many of the Starbucks offerings For years, much of their coffee tasted overroasted to me and I m one who loves a rich, full bodied, dark roast That said, in the past year, I have found some of their offerings that I ve enjoyed But this review isn t about coffee It s about a book Even though I ve never been a super frequent Starbucks customer, I ve been a fan Tales of the Siren A StarbucksMelody is a book that every coffee lover should read Personally, I m not a huge fan of the taste of many of the Starbucks offerings For years, much of their coffee tasted overroasted to me and I m one who loves a rich, full bodied, dark roast That said, in the past year, I have found some of their offerings that I ve enjoyed But this review isn t about coffee ...

  2. Helen Dunn says:

    I m a longtime reader of the blog written by the author StarbucksMelody.comThis is a collection of blog posts and short essays that discuss how why she started the blog and the special friendships and experiences she has had with the ...

  3. Kristina says:

    A collection of essays from Starbucks enthusiast, Melody Overton, that tell the tales of how Starbucks is truly a third place between work and home life, a gathering place for community, connection, conversation, and coffee These person...

  4. Marjorie says:

    If you love Starbucks you ll enjoy this book very much The author is a true fan of the bux There are many fun details about the stores It focuses mainly on stores in the Seattle area, but also ventures to eastern Washingt...

  5. Adam Parish says:

    Close Look at a Global Coffee EnterpriseInteresting look at Starbucks from closeup not inside the company but geographically close and from a fans perspective Melody s passion about the concepts that attractive many of us to the community and enterprise that is Starbucks is an enjoyable read.

  6. T says:

    Loved this book.

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