Friday, December 2, 2011

Starbucks," Globalized"--Chia-Chia Wu

在較大的地圖上查看Starbucks, "Globalized"


  1. The amount of detail is good. You've got the coffee bean supplier locations, roasting locations, and market locations along with lines connecting them to show the structure of the commodity chain. Even though there are a lot of lines, the simple color choices (red and green), which show the journey of the coffee bean from harvest to roast plant and roast plant to market, make the overall map easier to follow. :)

  2. This is one the more detailed maps I've came across. Pointing out the Coffee Bean Suppliers and Roasting plants really showed how much Starbucks is globalized. Who would have thought that Starbucks would use that many suppliers to make their coffee.

    Edward Sanchez

  3. I wonder where did you collect all these information on your map! They are really well-organized and detailed! Good job!
    By Runhua Zheng

  4. You have a great amount of detail on this map and it looks like you put a lot of work into it. It's very ideal that you show all the stages that the coffee bean goes through, from the supplier locations to roasting/ manufacturing locations to where it is eventually sold into a nice hot cup.
    Very well, thought out map.
    Good Job!

    Airi Matthews

  5. This map consists of lots of detailed information. Great job! It clearly shows how and where coffee beans turn into a cup of coffee. I was surprised to see that the coffee bean suppliers for the Starbucks were literally exist all over the world.

    -Ayano Mori

  6. I did mine on STarbucks, too. it looks like we have alot of the same things- suppliers, retailers, etc- haha. good job!
    Jessica Eunseon Kim