Starbucks Company Recognition

Since the beginning, Starbucks has been a different kind of company. One that is dedicated to inspiring and nurturing the human spirit. Committed to serving the finest coffee, creating an exceptional customer experience, and being a great place to work. We are grateful to our partners (employees) for making us the company that we are. And we are honored to be acknowledged for their efforts.

Here are some of our recent awards and recognition.

100% Rating on the Disability Equality Index

One of the “World’s Most Admired Companies”
Fortune – 2009-2017

One of the “World’s Most Ethical Companies”
Ethisphere – 2007-2017

100% Rating on the Corporate Equality Index
Human Rights Campaign Foundation – 2015-2017

One of the “Top 10 Millennial Brands”
Adweek – 2017

One of the “World’s Most Valuable Brands”
Forbes – 2013-2017

Named a “Top Growing Global Brand”
Interbrand – 2017

One of the “Top 10 Military Spouse-Friendly Employers”
Victory Media – 2017

Howard Schultz, Starbucks Executive Chairman
One of the “World’s Best CEOs”
Barron’s – 2012-2017

Rosalind Brewer, Starbucks Chief Operating Officer One of the “World’s Most Powerful Women”
Forbes – 2017

One of the “Most Admired Companies in America”
Fortune – 2003–2015

One of the “World’s Most Ethical Companies”
Ethisphere – 2007-2015

“Employer of the Year”
U.S. Business Leadership Network Annual Leadership Awards – 2014

100% Rating on the Corporate Equality Index
Human Rights Campaign Foundation – 2015

One of the “Top 10 Employers of the Year in China”
Zhaopin.com’s Annual Best Employer Award – 2014

One of the “Best Workplaces in Canada”
Great Place to Work Institute – 2011-2014

“Retailer of the Year”
Visual Merchandising and Store Design – 2013

One of the “World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies”
Fast Company – 2012

Howard Schultz, Starbucks chief executive officer
One of the “Highest Rated CEOs”
Glassdoor – 2014

One of the “World’s 50 Greatest Leaders”
Fortune – 2014

“Business Person of the Year”
Fortune – 2011