High Street was hit by the ongoing recession.
When you think economic downturn you think of retail more than everything.
However, even food places such as Tesco are facing the struggle.
“…Tesco’s UK sales have fallen over the past three months, in what the retailer said was “a challenging quarter for the industry as a whole…” ” – source: BBC
A kind of logisitic has then been put in place to get stronger.
This doesn’t seem to be too worrying because it was outperforming the wider supermarket sector. So, we could ask; if Tesco is facing a challenging trade, how do other react?
to tackle the situation, 4,300 extra recruits have been despatched across 700 stores declared Tesco Chief Executive Philip Clarke.
Also, 100 outlets had now been revamped since the start of 2012 and more than 145,000 employees had been given additional training.
It goes without saying that everyone is in fact checking their wallets to spend less but get more…even for food.
Quality is essential for a healthy lifestyle.
Tesco supermarkets provide a good choice of balanced food. But for some reasons customers go elsewhere.
With the spending of £1bn in April 2012, Tesco should go back on track rapidly…