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M1: compare the aims and the objective for Tesco and the Meningitis Research foundation.

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´╗┐Arun rajkumar miss mason M1: compare the aims and the objective for Tesco and the meningitis research foundation. Some of the aims and objective of Tesco and the meningitis research foundation are the same, although they might have the same aims and objective they might have different reasons why they have these aims and objective. 1. One of the same aims and objective they might have in common would be raise awareness to the public. Tesco The reasons why Tesco might have set this aim (be raise awareness to the public) because they would want to be a known company to the public, in their case, this would lead them to make profit, as the business is open for profit, not also they would make profit they will also be a known company to the public which is what they want to happen. Meningitis research foundation (mrf) ...read more.

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2. Anther similar aims they might have are to make profit. Tesco The reason why Tesco might have their aims to make profit because they would want to grow in size, and their purpose of there business is to make profit it self. This aim would be an advantage to them as they want to be a well known business and to achieve this they would have to grow in size which would mean that they would need to make profit for them to afford anther branch else where. Meningitis research foundation (mrf) The why the meningitis research foundation (mrf) would have their aim as to make profit is because they would want to pay their worker, but they would not want to make profit for them to grow in size because one of their other aims are to shrink in size because they want the disease to not grow, which would mean that they would have less employers to pay, which means that they would save less money by shrinking in size. ...read more.

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Tesco Tesco would have to set this as their aim because they would want to have a good name towards the public, which means that they would have more customers, which mean that they would make more and more profit, which is what they want as the purpose of the business is to maximums their profit. Meningitis research foundation (mrf) Meningitis research foundation (mrf) would want to provide good service as there aim because if the provide good services they would have happy and satisfied patients, which mean that they are not doing it for there advantage but there are doing it for there patients. Comparing Tesco and meningitis research foundation (mrf) Tesco would want to have there aim to have good service to the public because they would want to have good name towards the public which mean that they would be able to make more profit, on the other hand meningitis research foundation would set this as there aim because they would want be caring and would want their patients so there for they are not doing it for the money/profit. ...read more.

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