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Primary, secondary and tertiary classifications of a business.I will be using Tesco as an example.

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Primary, secondary and tertiary classifications of a business. To explain to you what all those area's do I will be using Tesco as an example. Tesco is known for the food it sell and is now moving up by selling more and more every day. ...read more.

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Farms grow the food and when they are ready they sell what they have grown. For example greens and meet like cow's sheep and many more. (The primary area produces raw materials or extracts raw materials from the earth) ...read more.

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Tertiary: The packed food is then bought by Tesco and then sent to near by Tesco stores. Tesco stores the goods in its where house. Where stays until it is needed. Tesco then puts the goods on show in their stores ready for us the consumers to buy them.(this is where the finished products are sold or shared to the public) ?? ?? ?? ?? Ali Ismail Group A P1 ...read more.

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In summary, the report is poor and incredibly basic. The student does state the three different stages of getting products to the stores, however these terms aren't explained nor explained how Tesco undertakes each stage effectively. The report states 'Tesco ...

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Response to the question

In summary, the report is poor and incredibly basic. The student does state the three different stages of getting products to the stores, however these terms aren't explained nor explained how Tesco undertakes each stage effectively. The report states 'Tesco is found everywhere', this is false. It would be useful to state the number of stores in grand total and the number of stores within each different part of the county. For example 'There's 50 stores within the region of Yorkshire And Humber'.

Level of analysis

The student doesn't include the reasons to why the 'Secondary' step is necessary. I understand that this is common sense, although the student needs to justify there reasoning. The report could include 'It's necessary for the product to be packaged up using a number of different packing material deponent upon the business in question. This is to appeal to the consumer at the supermarket, as the food in it's RAW sate would not be appealing and wouldn't sell as effective'. The student fails to understand how the 'Tertiary' process works and operates. This stage is the logistics of the operational and the student could write a large section on this. The student would need to write this within more detail.

Quality of writing

The style of writing is quite poor. The student makes a number of spelling/grammar errors which need correcting. It's quite clear that the student hasn't re-read the report to check if the report makes sense. It's quite unclear on the definition of what primary, secondary and tertiary are. The student would need to explain all these terms within additional detail, to allow the examiner to understand with ease.


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