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[P3] Aims and Objectives All businesses have aims that they want to achieve, and objectives that help them plan what they have to do to achieve those aims. AIMS are the overall goals and purposes that the business was set up to fulfil. In other words, aims are the general statements of what the business wants to achieve or where it wants to go in future. OBJECTIVES are specific targets that must be achieved if the business is to fulfil its aims. The objectives of a business are closely related to its aims and should fulfil two essential criteria. Objectives are set so that they can be achieved over a period of time. ASDA group PLC aims to provide goods and services that are cheap and affordable to the public. Reducing packaging is one of ASDA's key objectives and they are considering every option to achieve this goal. It intends to increase the amount of fresh products sold loose from boxes and reduce its range of own label pre-packed products sold in its stores across the country. Recently ASDA has announced that it intends to reduce the amount of own label packaging by 25 per cent over the next twelve months. ...read more.

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affordable supermarket in the country * to reduce the amount of own label packaging by 25 per cent over the next twelve months * to improve their services than last year * to sell more of its products The purpose of a business is to survive. Survival of a business enables it to generate profit, leading to the possibility of growing. The objectives of the business must be aimed at what the business does and should be agreed by all those concerned in trying to achieve the objective. The objectives should be challenging and should have time limit of when the objectives should be achieved. Cwmbran Stadium is one of the sports facilities in cwmbran with international-standard athletics track & field as well as a brand new eight-court sports hall. It has fitness suite with welcoming facilities and friendly instructors offering the opportunity to have fun and make friends while working out. Apart from that, it also provides indoor swimming and eight court sports hall. There is also a caf´┐Ż with vending machines.The basic aim of Cwmbran Stadium is to provide good sport facilities to the local community. It provides home for many resident clubs which organize many popular sports activities. ...read more.

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other interested parties * To identify ways in which clubs can help to address social, educational and economic disadvantage in their immediate neighbourhood * To research, identify and promote instances of good practice * To provide and exchange information and help for member, and other groups * Ensuring that the stadium is used as a community based facility * Supporting and promoting community development work * Creating a central base for amateur clubs, schools etc. All the Business should have aims and objectives so that they know what they are doing and have certain target to fulfill. It needs aims and objectives to be successful and make profits. It needs to have its staffs working for a common purpose. Aims and objectives are made to make the business more challenging so that the staffs and all the members work equally hard to reach the goal. ?? ?? ?? ?? This document was downloaded from Coursework.Info - The UK's Coursework Database - http://www.coursework.info/ This document was downloaded from Coursework.Info - The UK's Coursework Database - http://www.coursework.info/ This document was downloaded from Coursework.Info - The UK's Coursework Database - http://www.coursework.info/ This document was downloaded from Coursework.Info - The UK's Coursework Database - http://www.coursework.info/ ...read more.

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*** Some of the points made about aims and objectives are good but this is a confusing topic and the writer has not really been able to tease out the differences between the two. They have done some useful research into what the businesses do but not so much their aims and objectives.

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