View from the Top 2014

View from the Top

October 23, 2014
Seattle, WA, Washington

The Atlantic's interview series returned to Seattle for a conversation with John Culver, Starbucks' Group President for Starbucks Coffee China and Asia Pacific, Channel Development, and Emerging Brands. Culver, who has spent more than a decade rising through the ranks at Starbucks, spoke about his experience overseeing the growth of the company’s fastest-growing retail segment in the China and Asia Pacific region. He shared insights from throughout his career, which has included roles as Vice President, Sales for Nestle USA, and management positions within Houlihan's Restaurants.

Pan Pacific Hotel
Cascade Room
2125 Terry Avenue
Seattle, WA

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