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I am going to choose four different businesses McDonalds, fish and chips, Oxfam and Islington council then I am going to tell you what they are and what they do. Over all I will take each one of these businesses and talk about their purpose, owne

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A Name of organisation Purpose Ownership Size Scale Mc Donald's Provides their customers with food and quick service. PLC Employees 465.000 World wide Blue sea Fish and Chips Provides fast food partnership Branches Local Oxfam Raise money to charity Charity There are 700 shops around UK and many more around the world World wide Islington council To solve local community Public ownership Branches Local Introduction I am going to choose four different businesses "McDonald's, fish and chips, Oxfam and Islington council" then I am going to tell you what they are and what they do. Over all I will take each one of these businesses and talk about their purpose, ownership, size and scale. McDonald's McDonald's opened its first restaurant in 1955 in US. Now it is a large company all around the world. McDonald's provides their customers with a high quality food and quick service. Purpose The purpose of McDonald's is to provide their customers with fast food e.g. ...read more.

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Ownership Fish And Chip is a partnership. It is the smallest type of business it has one owner even thought it has several employees. The owner is personally responsible for everything that happens in the business e.g. keeping the premises clean, do all accounting and paying taxes due on the profits. Size Local has few employees Scale Its local and it is a sole trader Oxfam Purpose The purpose of Oxfam is to raise money for charity for example raises money for children in Africa, cancer research and etc. However the disadvantage of owning a charity is that you make no profit because they focus on using their income to provide a service to these in need. Ownership Oxfam is charity and they are voluntary organisations. In these kind of organisations staff may work without getting paid, because these organisations are also called not-for-profit. They focus their income on helping to provide the service to these in need. ...read more.

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* Forestry and logging includes all types of businesses that are involved with planting, conserving and felling timbre like Christmas trees. * Fishing includes and fish farms like trout hatcheries, salmon farms and freshwater mussel growers. * Mining and quarrying this group involves coal mines, oil and natural gas extraction also quarrying all types of stone, slate, gravel, sand, clay and salt production. The secondary sector includes businesses that manufacture, process or assemble products. * Manufacturing- businesses that makes or produces goods in the UK no matter what size they are or what they make. * Engineering- engineers are people who are employed in manufacturing industries, in order to design and functioning of machinery and equipment. Heavy engineering make large things out of metal like ships or cranes. * Energy production is coming from water, wind farming and tidal energy. * Construction- includes house builders and civil engineering companies. They construct different types of building The tertiary sector is every type of business that offers a service for example a clothes shop. There are three types of services provided by the tertiary sector * Private services * Public services * Voluntary and not-for-profit services ...read more.

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