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The stakeholders of Cadbury's.
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The stakeholders of Cadbury's
Stake holders are people or organisations that have an interest in a business.
The government is a stakeholder of Cadbury's because of the money they can earn from this business. The government will take money from Cadburys for taxes. The government will also receive V.A.T on every Cadbury product sold. The government is also interested in the job opportunities Cadburys can create for people. The government gave Cadbury's an incentive to open there new factory in a place where there is high unemployment t. the government did this so there would be less people claiming benefits and a higher employment rate.
The employees of Cadbury's are stakeholders in the business because their interest is their job. If Cadbury's were not open they would have to find another job.
The customers of Cadbury's are stakeholders because they want to buy the products Cadbury's make. The customers could be shops who sell Cadbury chocolate or selling direct to the public through Cadbury shops. The customers who have their own shops are stakeholders because they buy the products to sell in their shops. This means the shops make more profit, as Cadbury's is the most
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