Top 10 Coffee Chain Brands in the World 2017

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Coffee chain brands across the world have not only become places for a good coffee, but have become places where people spend quality time. Top Coffee chains attract people or friends who want to hangout, place where freelancers or entrepreneurs want to work or people who simply want to relax. From variants of coffees, to snacks to providing free wifi, the largest coffee chain companies focus on giving the best ambience and serve the best caffeine based beverages to its customers. The top coffee chain brands in the world include Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Tim Hortons, Lavazza, Mc Café etc. Here is the list of the top 10 coffee chain brands in the world 2017.

Quick Glance

Top Coffee Chain Brands 2017 are:

1st place: Starbucks

2nd place: Costa Coffee

3rd place: Tim hortons

4th place: Lavazza

5th place: Mc Café

6th place: Gloria Jeans

7th place: Caribou Coffee

8th place: Dunkin Donuts

9th place: Coffee Beanery

10th place: Tully's Coffee

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10. Tully’s Coffee

Tully’s coffee is a private entity based out Seattle, USA in 1992.


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Tully’s Coffee chain brand has expanded in to 17 states in western part of USA, and has become one of the most prominent coffee chain places. Tully’s coffee started its operations with own stores and then expanded with franchise model in continents outside North America.

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South Korea and Japan tweaked the menu and sells iconic recipes of Tully’s and a variety of ice creams, baked goods, coffee related supplies. They believed in their products strongly and operated on customer loyalty and opened their stores right next to coffee shops like Starbucks and gave a run for their money with distinct offerings. Their expansion strategy was to pull the crowds to next door of an established shop so that their customer acquisition costs would come down. On the flip side because of this strategy, it remained as the brand which is colloquially called, “that place right next Starbucks”. For fourteen years after inception they haven’t seen net profits because of the continuous expansion that took place. That very next year, in 2007 they went against initial plans of floating an IPO but decided against that due to volatile market, which in hindsight was a great step considering the subprime crisis of 2008. They cleared off debt by selling their coffee bean business in North America to Green Mountain Coffee Roasters in 2009, post which they expanded with 100 stores on South Korea.We can call Tom O’Keefe a wizard who established a brand in 18 years with global presence and more importantly a positive net profit. The revenue of this company is 0.24 US billion dollars making it as the tenth largest coffee chain in the world in terms of revenue.

Revenues in billions: $0.242



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