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Presenting business information

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Kishan Hirani Unit 4 Presenting Business information Yaw Presenting Business information Task1 (P1.M1) I have research what you request me to do by explaining in many ways how more accurate business information is produced, and how can different graphs be used for different trends and different reasons. So then I had to evaluate the importance of the information I had provided to the local Chamber of Commerce. Statistic: Primary data- statistic that I have acquired from the Internet, can be manipulated mathematically and graphically to make it easy for the audience to pick up the main messengers from my research. This is because some of the sentences are difficult to understand and English may not be the first language to some of the audience. If I have statistic it will be easy for the audience to pick out the key figures and sometimes it is difficult to take in big information. Graphical representation of results: I have used graphs because it is an excellent way of presenting numerical information to my audience because some people don't like to read, it will be useful to present the information in graphical representation of results. And it is easy to understand the information if it is presented in graphical representation. Displaying data: I have used tables; charts and graphs are ways to clearly show the data. ...read more.

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The celebrity has to be carefully chosen to ensure that the sort of person chosen embodies the qualities that the firm wants to be recognised for. At the time of writing, this has been brought sharply into focus following the news about Kate Moss, the supermodel, who was alleged to have been photographed taking cocaine. Also, there are the problems faced by Burberry whose image seems to have been overtaken by 'chavs' - much to their annoyance. Put the two things together and you have the wrong message being communicated. Task4 (P4 M3) Tesco is a large international chain of the food industry. The reason for their success is due to the effectiveness of their business activities. Tesco have a high quality and standard of completing their business activities which ensures their success in achieving their strategic aims and objectives. Tesco also is the largest food retailer in Europe and just behind is ASDA (Wal-mart). Tesco owns 25% of the market share also Tesco's revenues and market share have been increasing. There are many potential reasons in why their revenues have been increasing. The main business activities in the store premises are dependant on the quality of staff. The quality of the food Tesco sell, the level of organisation, the experience and knowledge of the staff are all major factors in keeping the store running and creating revenue. ...read more.

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The consistent use of your logo helps to brand your company, organization or product. This is because people associate the different messages from assorted marketing materials with the logo and other graphics that they see in them. Many of these logos are eye catching and makes the customer remember the logo in there head for a long time the main reason everyone remembers Tesco for is because of its logo and mainly its slogan "every little helps". Achieving long-term goals * Effective co-operate communication can help Tesco become well established within their market and gain greater market share. * The use of a strong logo by Tesco will make consumers became familiarised with their products and continue to buy products with their logo imprinted on. * Effective co-operate communication can help Tesco achieve their objective of increasing profit and growth within the market they are operating. Effective co-operate communication will help Tesco to understand the needs and wants of their customers and be able to satisfy those wants and needs. Once Tesco has been able to understand the needs and wants of their customers. They can then direct their resources into the, products which will yield profit and in return not wasting resources on goods and services which are not in demand. More profit will lead to increase in Market share for Tesco. Once Tesco has been able to established good percentage share of the market. They can become more manipulative of the market. Kishan Hirani Unit4 ...read more.

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