Paper On My Ewa On Sainsbury's

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EWA(1-PG)LCA BUSINESS SCHOOLPRE-SESSIONAL ENGLISHDRAFT OF EWAAnalysis of J. Sainsbury's:Sales, Growth, Profitability And Market PositionSubmitted by: PRIYANKA H PATELSID: 306980/408005Date Of Submission: 02/04/2014Word length: 1480Submitted to: TRISHIntroduction:A supermarket means a large retail market that sells food and other household goods and that is usually operated on a self-service basis (Dictionary.com). J Sainsbury's is the second largest chain of supermarkets in the United Kingdom with 17.7% share of the UK grocery supermarket sector. J Sainsbury's was established in 1869 by John James Sainsbury and his wife Mary Ann Sainsbury at Drury Lane in London (j.sainsbury.co.uk). In 19 ...view middle of the document...

Fresh food remains central to Sainsbury's business and its success. Sainsbury's employs over 1,57,000 people from different parts of the UK. Till 2013, Sainsbury established 1106 stores throughout the UK (j.sainsbury.co.uk). Sainsbury is the first choice for food because of excellent service and value for money. Sainsbury's is a proud sponsors of the London Paralympic Summer Games 2012.This essay is carried out with the aim of analyzing Sainsbury's Sales, Growth, Profitability and Market Share. It also consider the Future Aspects of Sainsbury's to achieve first market position.AnalysisSALES:According to the Cambridge Business Dictionary Sales can be defined as, " Earnings of a company which receives from selling its product and services" (Cambridge Dictionary). Sainsbury's sales increased significantly as market share rose during 2013 (www.bbc.co.uk). Sainsbury's non-food sales rapidly increased at twice rate of food sales, rised by 34% since last year (www.bbc.co.uk). Sainsbury says that its luxury Taste The Difference brand now accounts for £1bn of its sales (www.bbc.co.uk). In 2013, the company's performance was good as it earned 33 consecutive quarters of sales growth (CEO Justin King- in a letter to shareholders). Online grocery sales increased by almost 20% over the year 2013 (bbc.co.uk).Source : Sainsbury's Annual Report 2013The line graph shows the year-on-year sales of Sainsbury's. In the above graph, there is a comparision of sales between the years 2009 and 2013. The sales of Sainsbury's was increased gradually in 2009 and 2013. In 2009, the sales was £18518m which slightly rised in 2010 to £19287m. Furthermore, in 2011 the sales went up to £20383m. In 2012, the sales grew marginally to £21421m. The sales of Sainsbury's was soared in 2013 to £25632m. There was considerable increase in the sales of 2013. Thus, the graph shows that Sainsbury has constant growth in sales from the year 2009 to 2013.The bar graph presents the month-wise percentage of sales growth of Sainsbury's from July'13 to March'14. In July'13, the sales growth was 3.8% which was increased to 4.9% in August'13. In September'13 the rate slightly went up to 5.1%. From October'13 to December'13, the sales growth declined gradually from 3.7% to 1.8%. In January'14 the growth rate climbed up to 3.1% and went to 2.1% in March'14. Its clear from the above bar graph that Sainsbury had wide fluctuations in the month-wise sales growth.GROWTH:The Oxford Dictionary defined Growth as, "The development in size, amount, value or importance" (Oxford Dictionary online). Growth should be in terms of assets, employees, expansion of business, new stores, equities, earnings per share. In this essay I would like to focus on Assets, Dividend per share and number of stores. Net Assets = Total Assets (tangible plus intangible) minus Total Liabilities (borrowings plus dues/outstandings). Dividend Per Share means a payment made by a company to its sharehol...

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