Understanding the Business Environment

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Understanding the Business Environment Part A (100w) Company Name: Coca Cola Description: 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 600 million times per day and this figure is continuing to rise. However, Coca-Cola is not the sort of company to live on its past glories; instead it looks to the future as a challenge and constantly seeks new markets and ways of increasing its market share in areas where it currently has a strong presence. It is the world 's largest producer and distributor of syrups and concentrates for soft drinks. Products developed by the Company are sold through…show more content…
Financial statements also show the results of the stewardship of management, or the accountability of management for the resources entrusted to it. Those users who wish to assess the stewardship or accountability of management do so in order that they may make economic decisions; these decisions may include, for example, whether to hold or sell their investment in the enterprise or whether to reappoint or replace the management 1.3 Describe the responsibilities of your chosen organisation and strategies employed by the company to meet them. (150w) Human Rights Conferences Agendas from the conferences hosted by TCCC to engage business on Human Rights issues * 2012 - Addressing Human Trafficking in Labor Sourcing * 2011 - Implementing Respect for Human Rights * 2010 - Addressing Respect for Human Rights * 2009 - Addressing Child Labor * 2008 - Addressing Forced Labor Addressing Child Labor We have hosted convenings of experts on the topic of child labor to seek advice on the most constructive role that we can play in addressing this complex issue. Input from these discussions has been incorporated into our action plan focused on raising awareness at the international level and taking concrete actions at the country level in collaboration with our suppliers, local government and industries to address child labor in sugarcane
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