Tag: Types of Organisation

Types of businesses

The main types of business organisation in the private sector are illustrated in the chart below: Types of organisation in the private sector: Typical sole traders include tradesmen such as plumbers, electricians, television repair people...

Types of business organisations

Types of business organisation The main types of business organisation in the private sector in the UK are: sole traderspartnershipscompaniesfranchises. The sole trader The sole trader is the most common form of business ownership and is...

The contribution of the FTSE4Good Index to socially responsible investment

In a fast moving world, individuals and organisations need to make quick decisions based on sound judgement supported by accurate data. As a result, one of the most important products in the...

Ownership

The owner of a business is the person who owns the business - i.e. has put the financial capital into the business and takes out the profit. The controller of the business...

Types of organisation

The main types of business organisation in the private sector are illustrated in the chart below: Criteria For Judging The Success Of Business Businesses come in a variety of forms. For example, one important...

Public and private sectors

The main types of business organisation in the private sector in the UK are - sole traders, partnerships, companies and franchises. The sole trader is the most common form of business ownership...

Structure of organisations

Organisations are structured in radically different ways ranging from relatively fixed structures with positions, rules, and established chains of communication to dynamic structures in which people belong to teams that are continually...

Trends in ownership and control

The owner of a business is the person who owns the business - i.e. has put the financial capital into the business and takes out the profit. The controller of the business...

Legal forms of business

There are a range of legal structures associated with different forms of business: 1. Sole trader businesses are the easiest to set up because there is no complex paperwork. The business and the...

Converting to a plc

Introduction Abbey National is the UK’s second largest mortgage lender, helping over 2 million people to buy their homes. This lending is funded through the savings and investment accounts of some 12.5 million...

The virtuous circle of mutuality

The virtuous circle of mutuality In recent times there has been much debate in the financial services sector as to whether Building Societies should remain true to their roots and traditions and retain...

Working with bottling franchisees around the world a coca col

Introduction The Coca-Cola Company is the world's largest beverage company and is the leading producer and marketer of soft drinks. Today, Coca-Cola is consumed throughout the world at the rate of more than...

Adding value the case for building societies

Introduction Building societies are mutual organisations.  This means that they have no shareholders and operate solely in the interests of their members. A member is a person who has a savings account or...

The route to fast food franchising

Introduction When the McDonald brothers, Dick and Mac opened their first restaurant in 1940 in San Bernardino, California, they could never have imagined the phenomenal growth that their company would enjoy. From extremely...

Securing customers interests through mutual ownership

The changing market for building societies Building societies have a long history of caring for their members. They encourage them to save and help them to buy homes by lending them money at...
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