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The Business Environment of Nestle

   

Added on  2021-01-01

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BUSINESS AND THEBUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1L01...................................................................................................................................................1P1. Different Types and Purposes of Organizations and Their Legal Structures...................1P2. Size and Scope of a Range of Different Types of Organizations.....................................2L02...................................................................................................................................................4P3. Interrelationship of the various functions within an organisation and their link toorganisational structure and objectives..................................................................................4L03...................................................................................................................................................6P4. Positive and negative impacts the macro environment has upon business operations....6L04...................................................................................................................................................7P5. Internal and External Analysis of Specific Organisation................................................7P6. Interrelationship between Strengths and Weaknesses with Macro Factors.....................9CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................10REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................11

INTRODUCTIONBusiness means group of people come and work together to achieve some common goals.Business Environment means the combination of external and internal environmental factorswhich affect the business. Business and Business Environment are interrelated with each otherand cannot be separate from each other. Nestle is a multinational company providing variousfoods and beverages products. It was founded in year 1866 by Henri Nestle. Report willhighlight difference between private, public and voluntary company. This Report will also tellabout relationship between organizational functions and their link with organizational objectives.It will also describe about PESTLE and SWOT analysis of the Organization (Introduction,Meaning & Importance of Business Environment, 2018). L01P1. Different Types and Purposes of Organizations and Their Legal StructuresPublic Company – Public companies are those which are owned, managed, controlledand operated by government and its authorities. Government can be state or national or localauthority. Purpose of public company is to provide good quality products and services to thepublic and welfare of society. Public company has to mention “PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANYor PLC” in the end of their name. The shares of public company can be freely bought and sold bythe public. Their shares are not required to be listed on stock exchanges. It is the company'sdecision that they wanted to listed or not on the recognised stock exchanges. For the investment,public company is allowed to raise funds from public. They have to incorporate with CompaniesHouse. They must have minimum £50,000 paid capital. The company must have 3 directors withCS and minimum 7 and maximum unlimited members. Example of Public Company is NationalHealth Service. Private Company – Private companies are those companies which are owned, managed,controlled and operated by Individual or group of Individuals rather than Government. Purposeof Private Company is to earn profit, become number one in respective industry and beatcompetitors. Private company have to mention “PRIVATE LIMITED COMPANY/Pvt. Ltd.CO.” in their name. The shares of private company cannot be sold to public without being listedon recognised stock exchanges. That means they have to list themselves on recognized stockexchanges. They have to incorporate with Companies House. They must have at least onedirector. There is no minimum capital requirement but one share must be issued on1

incorporation. Initial share capital must be minimum £100. The company must have minimum 2members and 200 maximum members. Example of Private Company is Nestle (Drees, 2016). Voluntary Company – Voluntary companies are those companies in which some people(known as Volunteers) come together, do an agreement for the specific purpose and try toachieve them. The best examples to understand about voluntary company are trade union,professional associations and societies associations etc. These companies can be incorporated orunincorporated. Membership is not required in voluntary companies. To start the company, thereis no formality. Example of Voluntary Company is The National Trust. Their purposes are tocreate social wealth and solve another social issues like proverty, lack of education etc.Small and Medium-sized Enterprise (SME) – Small and Medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) arethose business in which numbers of workers and turnovers are below certain limited. In UK, ifnumbers of workers are fall below 250 members and their turnover is less than £25m, thatcompany will be considered as Small And Medium-sized Enterprise. Badger Mining andPinnacle Financial Partners are the example of SME. P2. Size and Scope of a Range of Different Types of OrganizationsBasisPublic Company PrivateCompanyVoluntaryCompany Small andMedium-SizedCompanyName of the Company National HealthService Nestle The NationalTrustPinnaclePartnersLimitedType of CompanyHealth Care CompanyFoodCompanyTourismCompanyFinancialPlannerCompanyTypes of IndustryHealthcare IndustryFoodProcessingIndustryHeritageIndustryFinancialServiceIndustryObjectivesTo provide best healthservices to the public.To reduce the deathTo maintainthe numberone position inTo look afterthe beautifulplaces.To look afterthe money ofpeople.2

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