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Simms does make some interesting points about Tesco's cavalier attitude to gaining planning permission and unwillingness to respond to criticism but his analysis is weakened by sections where he doesn't supply enough solid evidence to support his statements.

His description of small local stores comes across as rose tinted and I am sure that it wouldn't be difficult to find examples where prices are high, stock choice is poor and service indifferent in contrast to the example described here as being at the centre of the community.

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The impression given is that Simms' findings are the result of confirmation bias, for example his account of visits to Tesco stores which are placed at the beginning and end of the book suggest that they have environments which are alienating, cause family arguments and headaches.

I would have certainly agreed that they are bland and uninspiring but this seemed somewhat exaggerated. Elsewhere the narrative goes off in tangents, with the author providing information about BP and a rival supermarket's activities in South America which were rather peripheral to the main subject.

Ultimately the reader is left wondering whether Tesco operates in a fashion much different to any other large supermarket chain, as there are very few comparisons made between them in the text. Despite containing some useful information, on the whole this was disappointing, as it failed to organise the research material effectively and would have benefitted by concentrating more on the supposed subject of the book.

If you read this book it will or should! Fight back against the greedy corporate giants and let's get some individualism back into our towns. Watch out America, Tesco intends to invade you next!

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Remarkably, less than 5 per cent of venture capital money gets invested in businesses led by women, which means few women have the capital to take their businesses big. But the report — coupled with earlier findings in Ghost Town Britain, about our dying high streets — laid the blame not just on supermarkets, but on the closure andrww post offices, bank branches and family run pubs.

His latest book is Ecological Debt: Ultimately the reader is left wondering whether Tesco operates in a fashion much different to any other large supermarket chain, as there are very few comparisons made between them in the text.

This makes you think about whether shopping in Tesco is a good idea — does one really want to add to their profits?

Skip to content Home. Also, I find some snobbery and assumption in this book. Each seems simple, but only a few of us figure out the tricky task of projecting both at once. Want to Read Currently Reading Simme.

Andrew Simms Andrew Simms is the author of several tescpooly including the bestselling Tescopoly. Preview — Tescopoly by Andrew Simms.Skip to content Home.

But the journey was often fraught. The impression given is that Simms' findings are the result of confirmation bias, for example his account of visits to Tesco stores which are placed at the beginning and end of the book suggest that they have environments which are alienating, cause family arguments and headaches. Zulular Each chapter identifies a common problem at work and resolves each problem in a clear and approachable way.

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