The main classification of businesses is into the primary, secondary, tertiary sectors.
I have chosen 5 Businesses which are:
Extraction or collection of raw material natural
Resources e.g. Coal mining, oil rigs, farming, fishery, forestry mining.
Manufacturing and construction taking things this may be from raw materials of other manufactures
Service industries providing services for other people financial services, estate agents, education, retail, transport, and destitution of goods.
EBay- this is a secondary business, this business sale items and products online
ASDA- this is a tertiary business because they sale products to customers and food customers want.
Beekeeping- this is a primary business because you're collecting naturally resource
Oxfam- this is a tertiary business they provide clothes for charity and help the people in need
Potter- this a secondary business because they make the pots and sale them to other customers Business Sectors
The 3 main business sectors are: -
Voluntary/ not-for-profit sector
Businesses owned and controlled by private individuals.
Examples - Shops and stores of all sizes, builders, manufacturers and suppliers, such as Tesco, Toyota, FedEx, Nike.
To make a profit
Businesses owned or controlled by the government.
Examples - All government departments, Local Authorities, The BBC, The Royal mail Group, The NHS
To provide a range of services either free or below cost.
VOLUNTARY / not- for- profit sector
Mainly charitable and voluntary organisations
Examples - Oxfam, Friends of the Earth, Amnesty International, RSPCA
Key goal - To raise money to provide free goods and services for the needy....
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