The coffee giant Starbucks has introduced a new line of cups and cups for women, which the company says can help women “find their balance between their jobs and the demands of their day.”
The cups are designed with the cup holder in mind, and come with an adjustable arm that can be bent for easy carrying.
The cups feature an elastic band for support, and the company is working with a number of manufacturers to make them more affordable.
Starbucks says the cups are “designed for women who want a more flexible, flexible and comfortable cup that is great for daily use.”
The cup holder has an adjustable sleeve, allowing for the attachment of a stroller, a phone, or even a smartphone.
“The company is partnering with designers and manufacturers to bring this innovative design to market, and we are working to bring it to all of our stores in the U.S. by the end of this year,” a Starbucks spokesperson said in a statement.
The company says the new cups feature a band that can fold in half and fold down for carrying.
It also has made the cups with the elastic band in mind.
It says the elastic bands have a capacity of about 2,000 ml (about 8 ounces), but that they will also fit larger cups, as well as a larger coffee pot.
Starbucks has been struggling with the issue of women being underrepresented in the workplace.
In a 2015 survey, only 16 percent of tech executives surveyed said they had a female colleague in their office, compared to 57 percent of male executives.
That figure was up from the early 1990s, when only 26 percent of top executives said they worked with women.
Starbucks is trying to address that issue with its new cups, which will feature a “flexible, flexible” design that can “work for both women and men.”
The company is also making a cup that has the same shape as the cups in its store.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has said that women are “in a really strong position to lead” and that his company is “very aware of that.”
“Women are doing a really good job at everything,” he said last year.
“We’re working to ensure that women have the opportunities that they need to succeed, to lead and be part of the company, so that we can all grow as a company.”
Starbucks has partnered with a range of companies to make its cups more affordable, including American Apparel, which produces and sells women’s clothing, as the company has in the past.
Starbucks also has partnered up with fashion label Nubar and has announced a partnership with women’s underwear brand Lulu, which was founded in 2012.