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Unit 1 Exploring Business, Assignment 1 - Explore the features of different businesses and analyse what makes them successful & Investigate how businesses are organised

This report covers Unit 1 Exploring Business - Assignment 1. It explores the features of Asda (for profit) and Cancer Research UK (non-profit) and analyses what makes them successful. Further it analyses the organisation structure of both companies and how it allows them to achieve their objectives. Finally, it evaluates what makes both companies successful, with the help of the evidences gathered throughout the report. The report covers all of the criteria required to achieve distinction as well as the correct structure and layout needed to reach those high grades. Just follow the content, it will save you time and help you effortlessly achieve distinctions. Content covered: P1 - Explain the features of two contrasting businesses. P2 - Explain how two contrasting businesses are influenced by stakeholders. P3 - Explore the organisation structures, aims and objectives of two contrasting businesses. M1 - Assess the relationship and communication with stakeholders of two contrasting businesses using independent research. M2 - Analyse how the structures of two contrasting businesses allow each to achieve its aims and objectives. D1 - Evaluate the reasons for the success of two contrasting businesses, reflecting on evidence gathered.

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