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P1- Explain the features of two contrasting businesses
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P1- Features of businesses
• Ownership and liability:
o private, e.g. sole trader, partnership, private limited company, public limited
company, cooperative, limited and unlimited liability
o public, e.g. government department
o not-for-profit, e.g. charitable trust, voluntary.
• Purposes, e.g. supply of products or services, difference between for-profit and
• Sectors: primary, secondary, tertiary, quaternary.
• Scope of business activities: local, national, international.
• Size: micro – up to nine staff, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs): small – between
10 and 49 staff, medium – between 50 and 249 staff; large: more than 250 staff.
• Reasons for success: how these differ depending on the type of business (profit or
non-profit), and its aims and objectives, e.g. clarity of vision, innovative products or
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