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  • 1. APresentation on“TESCO”Prepared ByNILESH SENSubmitted toProf. Laxman Rathore
  • 2. Name TescoType Public LTD. CompanyTraded as LSE:TSCOIndustry RetailingFounded 1919(East London)Founder Jack CohenHeadquater England,UK.Numbers ofLocations6351 StoresArea Served WorldwideRevenue 64.539 Billion PoundsEmployees 5,19,671.
  • 3. Some Facts about Tesco3rd LargestRetailerDiversifiedin 19902ndLargest interms ofprofitIt’sName
  • 4. 1919• Founded Tesco in 19191924• The first TESCO brand appeared1929• The first TESCO store was opened1947• TESCO was floated on LSE1956• The first self service store opened1987• TESCO completed its hostile take-overof the Hillard Chain
  • 5. 1994• TESCO took over the supermarket chainWilliam Low1995• TESCO introduced the Loyalty Club Card1997• On 21 March 1997 Tesco announced the purchaseof the retail arm of Associated British Foods2001• In July 2001 Tesco became involved ininternet grocery retailing in the USA when itobtained a 35% stake in Grocery Works.2003• The company launched a UK telecomsdivision
  • 6. 2004• In January 2004 TESCO acquiredAdminstore2007• TESCO was placed under investigation bythe UK Office of Fair Trading (OFT)2011• Tesco launched a range of Tesco VentureBrands2012• Tesco re-launched its own brand Tesco value range asTesco Everyday Value, with new packaging andrecipes
  • 7. Market shareSupermarketMarket shareMarch 2012+/- fromMarch 2011Tesco 30.2% -0.4%ASDA 17.9% 0.6%Sainsburys 16.6% 0.0%Morrisons 12.3% 0.0%The Co-operativeFood6.9% 0.4%
  • 8. ValuesThe Tesco Values sit at the heart of ourbusiness and help us deliver our corepurpose – to create value for customers toearn their lifetime loyalty.
  • 9. Tesco CarrefourKroger Wall-martSainsburyRevenue £64.539 billion€81.271billionUS$90.374billionUS$446.950billion£22.68BillionMarketExperience1919 1958 1883 1962 1869Sales perStoreMarketpenetrationMarket Cap 24.4
  • 10. Variables Tesco Carrefour Wall-mart SainsburyRevenue £64.539billion€81.271 billionUS$446.950billion£22.68BillionMarketExperience1919 1958 1962 1869Sales per StoreSales perEmployee12419 20315Net Profit
  • 11. OurStrategyTo grow the UK coreTo be a creator of highly credited brandTo be an outstanding international retailer in store and onlineTo be as strong in everything we sell as we are in foodTo grow retail services in all our marketTo put our responsibilities to the communitieswe serve at theheart Of what we doTo build our team so that We create more values
  • 12. Our visionOur vision is for Tesco “to be most highly valued by thecustomers we serve, the communities in which weoperate, our loyal and committed staff and ourshareholders; to be a growth company; a modern andinnovative company and winning locally, applying ourskills globally.”
  • 13. Grocer GoldAwardsCarbonDisclosureProjectBusiness intheCommunityFTSE4 GoodDow JonesSustainabilityIndexEnvironmentaland communityinitiativesBusinesscharityawards
  • 14. Five things Tesco got wrongShabby ShopsBrandingBotch - UpBig price dropflopForgetting about thefoodEyes on China
  • 15. Around the WorldUKMalaysiaSouthKoreaThailand Hungary IrelandChina India USAPoland Slovakia Turkey
  • 16. Tescos UK storeportfolio

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