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Assignment 1a: Aims and Objectives Businesses carry out one or further activities. Some examples include the sale of electrical goods such as TV's, videos, computer accessories etc by the use of post and the Internet on the other hand another activity is the manufacture of customer goods. Richer Sounds is a local and national company. They operate in the tertiary sector of the economy because Richer Sounds provide a service that is they are involved in the sale of electrical goods. Corus is an international metal company, providing steel and aluminium products and services to customers worldwide. They operate in the secondary sector of the economy because Corus manufacture consumer goods. Richer Sounds are in the retail business. They sell electrical goods such as: hi-fi separates, home cinema equipment, plasma and LCD screen TVs, DVD and MP3 players, speakers, DJ gear and other associated accessories. Richer sounds sell their products three different ways, mainly direct from the store or by post and over the Internet. ...read more.


They also aim to increase the sales of plasma TV's and LCD's as well as keeping the business fun. One another aim is to maintain the level of customer service and control their costs to keep budget levels. The business aims and objectives of Corus: Corus aims to provide a market for recovered steel packaging in the Corus steel making plants; they also aspire to facilitate recycling. Cours want to work in a partnership with local authorities and waste management companies to increase cost-effective packaging recovery. They also want to provide strategic advice and technical information to the public and private sector on the steel recovery-packaging scheme. Corus also want to promote the recovery of steel packaging between consumer and local authorities, commercial sector. Corus aims to create valued added products and services to promote steel intensive commercially viable buildings. Through advanced design and technology Corus will improve the quality of life in society whilst enhancing the life-cycle credentials of the built environment. ...read more.


An involved, motivated and skilled workforce will deliver the Corus Way. Activities - aim and objectives The activities that Richer Sounds and Corus carry out are associated with their aims and objectives in different ways. For example Richer Sounds want to improve their profit for their long-term future. By this they could sell more products other than mp3 players and hi-fi's but items like Plasma TV's and LCD's. Richer Sounds want to review what they do and make it better. They review their products and services. Richer Sounds also sell excellent value Hi-Fi's and related equipments to their customers, together with excellent customer service. These will help them achieve their aims. Richer Sounds as well as Corus will need to sell far more than their competitor; once they do this they will become the leading company. They can also sell more products than the previous year, furthermore produce new goods or provide newer goods and services. Both these companies do these activities to achieve their objectives. Another is to improve their products, this will results in higher sales and more profits. ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 Assignment 1a Asif Hussain ...read more.

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