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Tesco Activity

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Tesco Activity Task1: Tesco Activity Tesco is in the tertiary business sector; their core activity is selling products to the public, being a supermarket. In their store they have a grocer, a baker, a butcher and they also sell day to day needs like frozen food, drinks, tins of food and also toys and other household goods. Their customers are just the public who live locally and need to do their weekly/daily shopping. Tesco also offers other services that are not their core activities; these include selling electronics, books, pharmacy, and furniture, garden tools, broadband, ringtones and games, phone contracts, photo centre. They also do all types of insurance like home, pet and life insurance. ...read more.

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Not very big because it is expensive and not space to expand. Express Churchill rd, Brixington Exmouth, Devon EX8 4JJ Yes, because they need to be near where their customers live to buy things like milk, bread sweets, etc. No because they buy their products ready made. No because it is small the customers don't buy much, however it must have good roads to it for delivery lorries. No, and any managers can afford to travel further Yes, needs to be easy to get to by bus or walking as most workers will not have a car. Cheaper then metro as it is not in the town centre Superstore Salterton rd Exmouth Devon EX8 2TS Yes, needs to be easily driven to and have a big car park. ...read more.

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Also they will have more deliveries and they deliver to peoples houses so they need to be good for the delivery vans. No, and any managers can afford to travel further Yes, needs to be easy to get to by bus or walking as most workers will not have a car. Outside town so it is much cheaper and they have room to expand Online No, because their lorries deliver to anyone in the country. No because they buy their products ready made. Yes because they need to deliver a lot. Also they will have more deliveries and they deliver to peoples houses so they need to be good for the delivery vans. Need website specialists. Yes, needs to be easy to get to by bus or walking as most workers will not have a car. Goods come from superstore Jazz Martineau 10GS ...read more.

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