By Joe Shambo, IGN News staff WriterStarbucks is getting into the public service business and will be opening its first “Starbucks Customer Service Center” at the company’s new headquarters in San Francisco.
The new center will be located on the ground floor of the new headquarters, which opened earlier this month.
The company is expected to open in the fall of 2019.
Starbucks CEO and co-founder Howard Schultz is also set to address employees at a new “Starbuck Employee Leadership Summit” at a later date.
The company has already begun hiring for the new center.
The Starbucks headquarters has seen a surge of employees recently, as they are moving into offices and moving into the company.
Starbuck CEO and Co-Founder Howard Schultz will be speaking at the “Starbursts Customer Service Summit” in San Jose at 7 p.m.
The event will be streamed live on Starbucks website.
The Starbucks Customer Service Portal has already been created for the newly-opened Starbucks Customer Services Center.