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What are some advantages and disadvantages of discount stores?
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The store layout makes shopping easier. They stock a variety of items. They can offer consummers value for money. However, it can be very busy which can make shopping stressfu…l. The customer service may be impersonal and there may be a lack of individuality.
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The advantages would be; it is cheaper for one thing, it would more sensible for people/ family's who are on budgets. In addition if you were a student it would also be a good… option due to the fact that if you were living with more people in a household then all the house members could put money in together and shop at a discount store once a week. Some of the disadvantages would be that you don't always have the choice that would be preferred, and produce wouldn't always be satisfactory to most consumer needs. And if you were shopping for a family then these shops wouldn't be ideal.
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advantage operating cost is low disadvantage terms and condition hidden
we only know the disadvantages: The cash flows beyond the payback period are ignored..
they by it cheaper and sel lit chaep example let us say they by some thing for 7.00 they sell it for 8.90 others 10.46
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Advantages: You can find anything you want in a store that has variety of things. Most departmental stores will have just about anything you're looking for, from clothes, to …pharmaceutical products to food. We're living in a fast paced nation where we want to find things fast and get through our bidding quicker. You'll also find many products to be cheaper, for examples Walmart has many products cheaper than most stores although may vary because they can afford to place it to be cheaper because the demand is higher. Disadvantages: There's also disadvantages because many products may not be there, especially products that many other foreigners may want to use. Instead they'll probably have to export. Also because departmental stores carry everything many people will go to them causing traffic, parking dilemmas, and long waiting lines. Economically: Many people opening little local stores find themselves competing with large departmental stores, which in turn have them only buying what is needed to meet the demand of the people surrounding.
- if the shopkeepers like the location, they may not be able to rent it for a long period - as the shop is temporary, returning unsuitable items is complicated or impossi…ble
disadvantages of sari-sari store
at a specialty store things are cheaper but they are probably not as good as they could be
Department stores... one advantage is immediacy. If someone wants something NOW, they will go to a brick-and-mortar store rather than going online, where they would have to wa…it for shipping. Another advantage is that you will have more customers if you have a brick-and-mortar store in addition to your online presence... some people just don't shop online. Disadvantages are that you have to pay rent for a store, and you have to invest a lot of money in your stock. Online-only stores avoid this in many cases, because they don't have to pay rent or for a large stock. They can ship it from a partner by order without ever having to own it themselves. Depending on the thing that you want to buy, some people won't buy online. Furniture... some people like to see it and test it first. Same with clothing. They want to try it on first. Not that those things don't sell online, but again, an online-only store might get fewer customers for some things because they want to make the purchase decision in person. Consumer view Advantage: Large range of goods, cheaper prices than specialty shops because of bulk buying by the store. Disadvantage: lower quality of service than specialty shops
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Advantages. Easier to park at / cheaper prices / greater selection Disadvantages. Farther to drive to / destroys small businesses.
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