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Name The company name is Bizzib. Description of what the business does BizziB Cleaning Specialists Ltd has been established since 1989, they strive to provide a unique cleaning service to all of our clientele whether they are large or small. They have personal management, proper staff training and correct supervision, they offer the very best service within the cleaning industry they also do site inspections and facility management and landscaping. Aims and Objectives * They are always aiming to raise current standards. * Supply a good cleaning service. * Beat other companies in prices. Size of the business Bizzib is a small business as it only has 60 staff members. Ownership/legal structure Bizzib is a private limited company. A limited company is where you only accept limited liability such as if the company went bust then they would only have to pay what they invested into the business. Advantage * Accept limited liability. * Easier to publicize. * Not answerable to any investors/banks. ...read more.

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Aims and Objectives * Provide high quality service at reasonable prices. * To survive. * To make a profit. Size of the business Handyman home solutions are a small business as it is just Mr Dave Melon. Ownership/legal structure Handyman home solutions are a sole trader. Advantage * Only answer to him. * Keeps money. * Chose which days to work. Disadvantage * Have unlimited liability. * Loses money if sick. * No holiday pay. Scale of business Although the company is a sole trader, it covers the whole of England, so this makes it a regional company. Numbers of employees None as it is just Dave. Location Ipswich 07739183062 Email: dave.ange@ntlworld.com Name The company name is Basildon council. Description of what the business does Basildon council provide many services such as benefits, waste collection, recycling, environmental health, housing, and planning. Aims and Objectives The company aims to be recognized through Essex and supply even better services to the residents under them. ...read more.

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Size of business Domino's Pizza is a large company. Ownership/Legal structure Domino's is a private sector and is a franchises business. Advantage * You have limited liability. * Opportunities for bringing in more skills. * More flexible than PLCs. * Easier to raise large sums of capital. Disadvantage * Only sell shares privately. * Not very flexible if expansion is possible. * More legal formalities than sole traders. Scale Domino's is a international business. Number of employers Domino's has 10,000 employees worldwide. 58 employees in Wickford. Location 58 High Street Wickford Essex Website www.Domino's.co.uk thank you and goodnight home Alabama come on sing it with me sweet home Alabama a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a aaaaa aaaa aaaaaaaa a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a aa a aaaaaa a a a a a a a a a a a a a aa aaaa a a a a aaaaaaaaaaaaaa a a a a a a a a a a a a a ...read more.

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