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  • Hi there! This is Mark from MarkTeacher.com with another high band IELTS example

  • answer. This IELTS question is all about companies. What's the difference between

  • big companies and small companies?

  • Generally speaking, big firms often have different offices or branches across the

  • country, or if they're a multinational business, they may have representatives

  • across the world. Big companies tend to have more revenue so they can hire more

  • employees - they can have bigger teams and they can make deals and conglomerates

  • with other companies. I mean they can merge businesses together to become even

  • more influential and successful. In terms of small companies, they obviously have

  • less money to play with, so they probably deal with much smaller members of staff

  • they might also have smaller offices on smaller workplaces with fewer employees,

  • and I think their power and influence is much more limited due to the size of

  • their business. Independent businesses are quite common and usually operate out

  • of single story or single room offices. So I think those are some of the key

  • differences between large and small businesses. check out MarkTeacher.com

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Hi there! This is Mark from MarkTeacher.com with another high band IELTS example

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IELTS Speaking Answers - Episode 29 - Companies

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    ben posted on 2018/07/27
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