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Presentation on TESCO
Presentation on TESCO
Presentation on TESCO
Presentation on TESCO
Presentation on TESCO
Presentation on TESCO
Presentation on TESCO
Presentation on TESCO
Presentation on TESCO
Presentation on TESCO
Presentation on TESCO
Presentation on TESCO
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  • 1. WELCOME TO MY PRESENTATION ON Tesco
  • 2. SUBMITTED TO- MR. TAPAN SARKAR FACULTY COMPUTERS PEARL FASHION INSTITUTE Submitted by- Tanmoy Chowdhury Antu FMP-4
  • 3. Tesco plc is a global grocery and general merchandise retailer headquartered in Cheshunt, United Kingdom. It has stores in 14 countries across Asia, Europe and North America and is the grocery market leader in the UK (where it has a market share of around 30%), Malaysia, the Republic of Ireland and Thailand. The company was founded by Jack Cohen in 1919 and opened its first store in 1929 in Burnt Oak, Edgware, Middlesex. The Tesco name first appeared after Cohen purchased a shipment of tea from T.E. Stockwell and combined those initials with the first two letters of his surname. Originally a UK-focused grocery retailer, Tesco has diversified both geographically and into areas such as the retailing of books, clothing, electronics, furniture, petrol and software; financial services; telecoms and internet services; DVD rental; and music downloads. [www.wikipedia.com, accessed on: 20th June, 2011]
  • 4. GLOBALLY TESCO [www.keywordpicture.com, accessed on: 25th June,2011]
  • 5. TESCO PRODUCT CATEGORIES  Groceries: Groceries, recipes, real food etc.  Wine by the case: Fine wines, special offers etc.  Entertainment: MP3, Concert tickets, DVD Rental etc.  Books: Pre-orders, Children’s corner, Cookery etc.  Clothing: Brands, Kids, Women, Men etc.  Freedom to choose any network: SIMs, Broadband etc.  Bank: Credit cards, Car, home, Pet, Travel Insurance etc. [www.tesco.com, accessed on 23rd June,2011]
  • 6. TESCO STORES  Tesco Extra  Tesco Superstores  Tesco Metro  Tesco Express  One Stop  Tesco Homeplus [www.wikipedia.com, accessed on: 20th June, 2011] [www.imaginerecruitment.com, accessed on: 25th June 2011]
  • 7. TESCO TURNOVER GRAPHS [www.dailymail.co.uk, accessed on 21th June 2011]
  • 8. UK MARKET SHARE According to TNS World panel, Tesco's share of the UK grocery market in the 12 weeks to 27 December 2009 was 30.5%, up 0.1% on 12 weeks to 27 December 2008 largely in line with the increase of the other four largest supermarkets. These increases follow a decline in the market share of discount chains Lidl, Aldi and Netto in the same period, collectively of 0.1%. [www.wikipedia.com, accessed on: 24th June, 2011] [www.wikipedia.com, accessed on: 24th June, 2011]
  • 9. INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS Tesco's international expansion strategy has responded to the need to be sensitive to local expectations in other countries by entering into joint ventures with local partners. Tesco has their operations in- China Czech Republic France Hungary Republic of Ireland India Isle of Man Japan Malaysia  Japan  Pakistan  Poland  Slovakia  South Korea  Taiwan  Thailand  Turkey  U.S.A [www.wikipedia.com, accessed on: 20th June, 2011]
  • 10. OTHER OPERATIONS              Garden Centers Banking Technika Telecoms Fuel Tech support Film Making Record Level Video-on-Demand Gold exchange Tesco Tyres Your Beauty Saloon Clubcard [www.mobiletoday.co.uk/ ,accessed on 22th June 2011] [www.wikipedia.com, accessed on: 20th June,2011]
  • 11. Beside all of this, efficient and effective training and development of employees is an essential element for Tesco's continuing growth in an increasingly commercial world. Tesco requires employees who are committed and flexible in order to aid its expansion of the business. The expansion of Tesco relies on retaining existing customers and acquiring new ones. All customers need to be confident and happy in Tesco. This relies on committed and flexible employees delivering the highest standards of service to meet Tesco's objectives. Tesco's structured approach to training and developing its existing and new employees provides a strong foundation for its continuing growth. [www.thetimes100.co.uk, accessed on 24th June 2011]
  • 12. REFERENCES Anonymous, Unknown. How training and development supports business growth [Internet]. (Updated: Unknown) Available at: http://www.thetimes100.co.uk/case-study--conclusion--132-359-6.php. [Accessed 24 June 2011]. Anonymous, Unknown. Tesco [Internet]. (Updated: 20 Jun 2011) Available at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tesco. [Accessed 20 June 2011]. Anonymous, Unknown. Tesco [Internet]. (Updated: Unknown) Available at: http://www.tesco.com/. [Accessed 23 June 2011] Images Anonymous, Unknown. Tesco stores.[Internet] Available at: http://www.imaginerecruitment.com/jobs/featured/tesco.php [Accessed 25 June 2011] Anonymous, 2008. Tesco telecom. [Internet] Available at: http://www.mobiletoday.co.uk/News/5652/Tesco_opens_11_standalone_shops_in_February_and_March.as px [Accessed 22 June 2011] Anonymous, Unknown. Unknown. [Internet] Available at: http://www.keywordpicture.com/keyword/tesco%20world [Accessed 25 June 2011] Drunkenmonkey, 2007. Graph of the TNS Market Share of UK Supermarket Tesco. [Internet] Available at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Tesco_Market_Share.jpg [Accessed 24 June 2011] Nick, 2010. Tesco makes a profit of £6,000 a minute as bosses unveil plans for mortgages and current accounts [Internet] Available at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1317797/Tesco-makes-profit-6kminute-bosses-unveil-plans-mortgages.html#ixzz1PvXt3aMQ. [Accessed 21 June 2011].
  • 13. THANK YOU

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