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TRADE AND INDUSTRY INFORMATION CENTER Issue 9

May 15, 2013

Title

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Catering and Food Services

Publisher

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Technology Resource Center

Call Number :

SITC 00/45 608/TRC/2011 This booklet presents instructions and recommendations on starting a catering and food service business. Gives ideas and some pointers in running the business like contracting, equipment to be used, hygiene and sanitation, and design and layout of the working area. Also considers capital requirement, food costing and pricing, and control of expenses. Suggests promotion and networking ways for the business to be successful. 56p.

Title

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Enabling Trade: Valuing Growth Opportunities

Publisher

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World Economic Forum

Call Number :

07.01/WEF/2013 This report examines supply chain barriers to international trade and concludes that they are far more significant impediments to trade than tariffs. It provides combine empirical macroeconomic analysis with a series of in-depth case studies on individual companies and industries. It also aims to improve the understanding of the policies that result in supply chain inefficiencies and identifies new approaches that can be taken to reduce supply chain barriers, including through trade negotiations and cooperation. 52p.

Copies are available for loan to DTI employees and for research purposes only to external clients, on a first-come, first-served basis at the DTI Library, GF Trade and Industry Building, 361 Sen. Gil J. Puyat Avenue, 1200 Makati City. For inquiries/reservation, please call 751.0384 local 2130.


Title

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Engaging Tomorrow’s Consumer

Publisher

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World Economic Forum

Call Number :

06.04.09/WEF/2013 This report provides strategies to understand how to better engage the consumer to enable more sustainable lifestyles, extract lessons learned from recent attempts to engage today’s consumer, identify the key consumer segment of tomorrow, and provides recommendations that companies can use to make scalable progress. 18p.

Title

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Branding Agricultural Commodities: The Development Case for Adding Value through Branding

Author

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Chris Docherty

Publisher

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International Institute for Environment and Development

Call Number :

SITC 0A/08.04/DOC/2012 This book examines the potential for branding agricultural commodities in developing countries. Looks at how producers in these countries can exploit the same commercial marketing principles and supply chain innovations commonly used in the mature markets of the developed world. Also provides strategies on how commodity branding works, and recommendations to brand agricultural commodities to overcome series of constraints to reach markets, meet international standards and satisfy the expectations of buyers. 41p.

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