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					Worldwide Retail Industry
Social Corporate Responsibility




      OKSANA BOGUSLAVSKA
         ANNA NADIRADZE
      KSENIA KHOKHRYAKOVA
       NATALIE SMAZHENNA
              Overview
 Industry overview
 Company's analyze
 Company's Social Corporate responsibility
 financial overview
 Conclusion
           Industry Life Cycle
   During the 1970's and 1980's the retail grocery
    industry was expanding at a phenomenal rate
   In the early 1990's, the retail grocery industry
    began leaving the growth stage and entered the
    maturity stage in the industry lifecycle. This was
    because of increased mark. saturation.
   in 2002 the five largest chains (WalMart, Kroger,
    Costco, Albertsons, and Safeway) accounted for
    approximately 37.5% of total sales
   Today industry continues its life.
     changes because of digital industry
    development & trends;
Industry Segmentation

                Serie1, 14%




  Serie1, 45%
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                          Serie1, 41%
Analyzed Company
                  Carrefour
   No.1 retailer in Europe
   No.2 retailer in the World
   108.629 Billion Euros in Sales incl. VAT
   7th Largest Private employer Worldwide
   Over 495,000 employees Worldwide
   Operates in 31 countries
   15,430 Stores
   17.912 million SQ.M of sales area
For sustainable development
 Economic progress
 Social Progress
 Environment Progress




            “I believe that today companies must post healthy
            economic results while acting responsibly, on both
             a social and environmental level. In my view, this
            ensures sustainable growth”- Lars Olofsson.CEO
      5 Key challenges in 2008
   BALANCED DIET
    Wide choice of products; Product quality and safety;
    Offer products that are suited to a sustainable
    consumption; varied range of product for balance diet;

   RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION
    mass market production; Carrefour brand products; work
    with suppliers to improve the working and environment
    conditions;

   MANUFACTURING SOCIA CONDITIONS
    Social responsibility in supply chain; 2541social audits
    carried out in sensitive countries; GSCP; ICS;
      5 Key challenge in 2008
   RESPONSIBLE EMPLOYER
    Working conditions; Team management; Fair wages;
    Respect for diversity; Employee safety; equal
    opportunity; employees education and promotion
    opportunities


   ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT
    Optimize the logistics chain; Reduce greenhouse gas
    emissions; Reduce noise pollution; Reduce the
    consumption of natural resources and energy
    Global compact Examples
 Human rights
 Labor Standards
 Respect for environment
 Combating Corruption
                  Wal-Mart
   World's largest public corporation by
    revenue
   Operates in 14 countries outside the United
    States
   Sales of $374.5 billion
   2,980 stores Worldwide
   Approximately 2,100,000 employees
    Worldwide
Environmental Sustainability Goals
 Be supplied 100 % by renewable energy
 Create Zero Wastes
 Sell products that sustain our resources
  and the environment
       Economic Progress
 Lowering pricing on goods
 Boosting customer traffic
 Creating new jobs
 Community Economic Opportunity
       Social Development
 Health care
 Wages and benefits
 Diversity initiatives
 Training and development
    Main achievements in 2008
 Grew sales by 8,6%
 Improved significantly customer service
  scores
 Launched new marketing campaign –
  Save money. Live better.
   Principles for Development
 Sustainability
          philanthropy
 Corporate
 Employment opportunity




                       “We save people money,
                        so they can live better.”
               El Corte Ingles
   Number of staff: 10,001 employees
   Year established: 1935
   Headquarters: Madrid, Spain
   Spain Key people : Isidoro Álvarez, CEO
   Revenue: €17.8 billion
   Net profit: €747.6 million
   Stores: Spain, Belgium, Greece, Italy, Mexico,
    Portugal, and the Middle East
     Main challenges of 2008

 Group revenue increased 5.1%
 Net profit was up 5.1%
 change the working hours of staff
 the firm established branched out into
  other businesses
 Family members representing about 7% of
  the shares have recently sold their stokes
     SCR - Economic progress

   Commitments (Maximum quality,service,
    choice and guarantee)
 Product   safety
 Customer service
 Customer perception
            Social Progress
   Special attention to minorities;
   Recruitment &Training
   Promotion & recognition
   Equality at work
   Health & safety
   Employees benefits (about 1000 employees
    studied higher education courses)
   Diversity & integration( 6,650more then
    foreigners; 6.1% of the total workers)
        Environment Progress
   To reduce plastic bagsconsumption /The use of
    compostable biodegradable bags (from 2003, has
    saved 2,353 t of cardboard, the equivalent of 23,530
    trees)
   Construction of buildings to optimizing energy
    efficiency to reduce the greenhouse gas
    emission (10 % energy reduction)
   Reduction of water waste
   new own-brand ecological products (about 80
    brand)
   Continues improvement of distribution & supply
    chain
                     TESCO
   It is currently the third largest global retailer
    based on revenue, behind Wal-Mart and
    France's Carrefour
   4 331 stores worldwide
   470 000 people employed
   Sales in 2008 - 51,8 bn
   Operating in 14 countries
TESCO. OPERATING
   COUNTRIES
    Social Corporate Responsibility.
           Five core promises
 Actively supporting local communities
 Buying and selling products responsibly
 Caring for the environment
 Giving customers healthy choices
 Creating good jobs and careers
      Key challenges in 2008
 Keep in pace with changing priorities of
  customers
 Introducing more affordable prices
 Offering sharper promotions
 Be as good in selling non-food goods as
  food goods
 Increasing international sales
   Sustainability Development Indicators
                Carrefour Wal-Mart   EL corte   Tesco
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CSR
                           /                
Stakeholder
Inclusiveness
                                    /       
Materiality
                                    /       
Clarity
                                             
Timelines
                                             
External
Audits
                                             
Continues
Improvement
                                             
Awards
                                             
           Financial information

                      CARREFOUR    WM       TESCO     EL CI
  PROFITABILITY =        14.05%    19.70%    6.28%    9.68%

         CAPITAL =        4.76      1.53      0.94     1.10
                                   229.04             150.03
          ACTIVITY       166.98%       %     2.84%        %

       LIQUIDITY =        0.70      0.81      0.82     0.78

CORE CAPABILITY =         0.09      0.12      0.45     1.37

STRATEGIC INTENT =        0.00      0.03      0.06     0.04

   SIZE Of CIRCLE =      10,952      45      11,902   7,723

SIZE OF TRIANGLE =        0.10     47.97      0.24     0.11
                     Financial information

                                           2008 CCSI

                  1.60
CORE CAPABILITY




                  1.40
                  1.20
                  1.00
                  0.80
                  0.60
                  0.40
                  0.20
                  0.00
                         0.0   0.0   0.0      0.0      0.0     0.1   0.1   0.1
                                            STRATEGIC INTENT
                   Conclusion
   INDUSTRY: very attractive, as supermarkets
    achieve high sales in the Retail Industry

   QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS: Carrefour and
    Walmart are best in terms of providing
    information for shareholder

   RATIO ANALYSIS: Walmart is attractive in
    terms of profitability and activity
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