Businesses Environment of Sainsbury

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1P1 and P2 Description about the types of business and Description about the differentstakeholders............................................................................................................................1TASK 2............................................................................................................................................3P3 Describe how two businesses are organised in terms of their structures and functioning3P4 Explain how the style of organisation of your chosen businesses helps them to fulfil theirpurposes................................................................................................................................4TASK 3............................................................................................................................................5P5 Influence Of Two Contrasting Economic Environments..................................................5M2 Challenges Faced In Two Economic Environments........................................................5TASK 4............................................................................................................................................6P6 Political, Social And Legal Factors Impact On Business Activities.................................6CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................7REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTIONBusiness environment is the sum total of all external and internal factors that influence abusiness. You should keep in mind that external factors and internal factors can influence eachother and work together to affect a business. For example, a health and safety regulation is anexternal factor that influences the internal environment of business operations. Additionally,some external factors are beyond your control. These factors are often called externalconstraints. Let's take a look at some key environmental factors. The report includes the structureand different objectives of the Sanisbury as well as the PESTLE analysis of the sameorganisation.TASK 1P1 and P2 Description about the types of business and Description about the differentstakeholdersSainsbury’s:Background informationSainsbury\’s Supermarkets is the UK\’s longest standing major food retailing chain, havingopened its first store in 1869. The Sainsbury\’s brand is built upon a heritage of providingcustomers with healthy, safe, fresh and tasty food. It differentiates itself by offering a broadrange of great quality products at fair prices with particular emphasis on fresh food, a strongethical approach to business and continuous leadership and innovation(Alshamaila and Li,2013).Size of businessJ Sanisbury plc consists of Sainsbury’s – a chain of 504 supermarkets and 319 conveniencestores. A large Sainsbury’s store offers around 30,000 products and an increasing number ofstores also offer complementary non-food products and services(Bartolomei and et.al., 2012).Business sectorSainsbury’s is currently in the Tertiary and Secondary Sector this is because Sainsbury’s provideservices (they have banks), sell Food and also they have their own farm.Main goals and purpose1
At Sainsbury’s they will deliver an ever-improving quality shopping experience for theircustomers with great products at fair prices. Their aim is to exceed customer expectations forhealthy, safe, fresh and tasty food, making their lives easier every day(Butler and et.al., 2013).Type of ownershipThe type of ownership is Sainsbury’s are public limited company (plc) – has its shares boughtand sold on the stock exchange.Key stakeholdersThe key stakeholders for Sainsbury’s are;Customers– they want a company to produce high quality, value for money products.Theylike to see improvements that give them better value for money.Employees– their stake is that the company provides them with a livelihood. They seek securityof employment, promotion opportunities, and good rates of reward. They also want to work for acompany(Caganova and Weidlichova Luptakova, 2015).Suppliers– want steady orders and prompt payment. They also want to feel valued by thecompany that they supply.RSPCABackground informationRSPCA stands for The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The RSPCA\’svision is to work for a world in which all humans respect and live in harmony with all othermembers of the animal kingdom. The RSPCA began in 1824 as the Society for the Prevention ofCruelty to Animals. The RSPCA is a registered charity (no. 219099) that receives no lottery orstate aid. Its £82 million annual running costs are funded exclusively by voluntary donations andlegacies(Caiazza and Audretsch, 2015).Size of businessRegional inspectors were appointed, with local campaigners promising to raise £20 a yeartowards \’their\’ inspector\’s wages. This development created the nucleus of a national networkof 172 branches in England and Wales that exists today. These branches run a further 38 clinics2
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