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Local foods and local markets: strategies to grow the local sector in the UK

Georgina Holt
2005 Anthropology of Food  
The holistic nature of the concept has meant that composite measurements of development and success are required.  ...  But, the local authority Best Value strategy requires authorities to demonstrate overall value for money in all transactions precluding the purchase of high quality local products the prices of which cannot  ... 
doi:10.4000/aof.179 fatcat:2f2zu3hbnrd3bfvnbv6rrtskhq

Research on systematization and advancement of shipbuilding production management for flexible and agile response for high value offshore platform

Young-Joo Song, Jong-Hun Woo, Jong-Gye Shin
2011 International Journal of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering  
For the example, the compliance condition (such as delivery date, product quality, etc.) from the ship owner is getting complicated and the needs for the new product such as FPSO, FSRU are coming to fore  ...  This paradigm shift emphasize the rapid response rather than the competitive price, flexibility and agility rather than effective and optimal perspective for the domestic shipbuilding company.  ...  Extraction of Critical Success Factor thru Value Driver Tree Analysis VDT analysis for the extraction of critical success factors is conducted based on the competitiveness index pyramid and the standard  ... 
doi:10.3744/jnaoe.2011.3.3.181 fatcat:kafqd652rbc3ler2g74lw4xzrm

Research on systematization and advancement of shipbuilding production management for flexible and agile response for high value offshore platform

Young-Joo Song, Jong-Hun Woo, Jong-Gye Shin
2011 International Journal of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering  
For the example, the compliance condition (such as delivery date, product quality, etc.) from the ship owner is getting complicated and the needs for the new product such as FPSO, FSRU are coming to fore  ...  This paradigm shift emphasize the rapid response rather than the competitive price, flexibility and agility rather than effective and optimal perspective for the domestic shipbuilding company.  ...  Extraction of Critical Success Factor thru Value Driver Tree Analysis VDT analysis for the extraction of critical success factors is conducted based on the competitiveness index pyramid and the standard  ... 
doi:10.2478/ijnaoe-2013-0061 fatcat:agqbjlbhirdwxknkoxpxlhabzi

Participation, for Whom? The Potential of Gamified Participatory Artefacts in Uncovering Power Relations within Urban Renewal Projects

Teodora Iulia Constantinescu, Oswald Devisch, Liesbeth Huybrechts
2020 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
After uncovering the complex field of power relations in the entrepreneurial street, we analyze the different types of relations/groups that emerge from this participatory mapping process.  ...  We particularly focus on the urban renewal process of one particular case, namely the Vennestraat—one of the main commercial streets of the city of Genk (BE) and present a three year participatory mapping  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi9050319 fatcat:3l2bmxdygffrdospnhbf4ttnvi

Geographic proximity, supply chain and organizational glocalized survival: China's e-commerce investments in Indonesia

Jinsheng (Jason) Zhu, Weidian Lan, Xianchun Zhang, László Vasa
2021 PLoS ONE  
Adopting case study and public policy approaches, this article applies the symbiosis theory, based on the fundamentals of the development data of Chinese e-commerce companies in the Indonesia market, to  ...  Findings show that the production capacity cooperation stage of the two countries has a trend of asymmetric symbiosis gradually developing towards symmetric symbiosis.  ...  This provides a new perspective for studying the improvement of global value chains.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0256837 pmid:34570772 pmcid:PMC8476006 fatcat:yhauhn27yzfvpc4phobp2fihoi

Urban and regional studies in the experience economy: What kind of turn?

Anne Lorentzen, Hugues Jeannerat
2013 European Urban and Regional Studies  
The papers of the issue contribute from three different but related perspectives.  ...  One perspective is to deconstruct economic value and innovation in regional studies and elaborate on the role of consumers and stages of consumption.  ...  Access to attractive shops, cultural offerings, high-quality living spaces and urban or rural landscapes comes to the fore.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0969776412470787 fatcat:cbztlodvf5brpowgsrnvugveke

The role of corporate branding in a market driving strategy

V. Tarnovskaya
2009 Strategic Direction  
Originality/value -Insights on the role of a corporate brand as a driving force of market driving. Conceptualisation of market driving from a broad stakeholder perspective.  ...  Through a case study of IKEA in Russia we illustrate how the core values of the brand guide both the behaviour and activities of internal stakeholders and the relationships with external stakeholders,  ...  Acknowledgement The authors would like to thank Handelsbanken's research foundations for funding the study.  ... 
doi:10.1108/sd.2009.05625cad.002 fatcat:whbfwp3eafb3dnx3vweur3kjsu

Designing a Retail Store Environment for the Mature Market: A European Perspective

Petermans Ann, Van Cleempoel Koenraad
2010 Journal of Interior Design  
Given that the physical and social aspects are considered key to improving the shopping experiences of elderly consumers, the authors also review literature that focuses on the importance of creating efficient  ...  The authors contend that retail stores, properly designed to meet the needs and wants of the mature market, can strongly enhance this consumer segment's shopping experiences.  ...  store managers in developing a proper brand strategy for the retail store.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1939-1668.2009.01036.x fatcat:vu5rfmmrgjerppqu7ccnelbp4y

Using health markets to improve access to medicines: three case studies

Zubin Shroff, Maryam Bigdeli, Zaheer-Ud-Din Babar, Anita Wagner, Abdul Ghaffar, David H Peters
2016 Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice  
It underscores the added value of using a systems approach for a holistic understanding of how these interventions interact with the rest of the health system and the intended and unintended consequences  ...  It goes on to summarize key findings from each of the studies and concludes with lessons for decision-makers on the design and implementation of market based interventions in LMIC health systems Editorial  ...  The case studies also bring to the fore the importance of putting in place dynamic, multi-component interventions.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40545-016-0067-5 pmid:27158514 pmcid:PMC4859952 fatcat:2mzequuwaffhjgtyxrzqknqnuu

Methods in Mapping Usability of Malaysia's Shopping Centre

Aida Affina Abdul Ghani, Md. Yusof Hamid, Siti Norsazlina Haron, Nur Azfahani Ahmad, Mariaty Bahari, Suriani Ngah Abdul Wahab, S.N.B. Kamaruzzaman, A.S.B. Ali, N.F.B. Azmi, S.J.L. Chua
2016 MATEC Web of Conferences  
Instead of the machineries varieties from the lower class product till the posh one, each of those shopping centres eventually offers the typical product same as others.  ...  with the quality and 'user friendly' design of shopping centre.  ...  In order to evaluate the usability of shopping centre, Alho et.al, stressed on which perspective that we are assessed from; the visitor or tenant.  ... 
doi:10.1051/matecconf/20166600117 fatcat:fz3j5efm7vdxfhonda3slxalpy

PRECONDITIONS FOR A QUALITY TOURISM DESTINATION STRATEGY AS A RECOGNIZABLE TOURISM PRODUCT

Ivica Jušić
2020 International Journal Vallis Aurea  
The aim of this research is to define the major precondi-tions for a quality tourism destination strategy as recognizable tourism product by including experts and their experience in a focus group interview  ...  This paper analyses high-quality and recognizable tourism product, the coher-ence of all involved holders of the tourism as well as a good organization in the tourism destination, a strong brand, image  ...  [6] .The tourism product can be viewed from multiple perspectives; from the perspective of tourists (overall travel and stay experi-ence), destination (set of individual tourism products) and business  ... 
doi:10.2507/ijva.6.2.5.74 fatcat:ebgua4wj6vgw3g6cfxil72y4yu

Identifying the Dominant Perspective on Customer Relationship Management in the Last Decade 2000 – 2010

Ayca KANGAL
2012 İşletme Araştırmaları Dergisi  
The results of the study show that customer relationship management was mostly conceptualized as a strategy by the scholars.  ...  The aim of this study is to identify the dominant perspective and its sub-concepts used on scholars' conceptualization of CRM employed in customer relationship management literature.  ...  From the perspective of CRM as strategy, customers have different values (Ryals, 2003) and the firm's profitability can be increased by identifying and focusing on customer lifetime value and desired  ... 
doaj:dde02fabb4774dfcbd979b05fef4ccb8 fatcat:wekvqocwgvdtzhonl6ghdvpzli

Tourists' Perception and Satisfaction of Shopping in Alanya Region: A Comparative Analysis of Different Nationalities

Süleyman Barutçu, Hulusi Doğan, Engin Üngüren
2011 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The conclusions from this anaysis help decision takers to increase tourist and shopping satisfaction by revising and developing education programs for seller, store managers and store owners in Alanya.  ...  by the one way ANOVA, (4) recognize which elements of touristic stores' offer need enhancement, and finally (5) define strategies to improve overall tourist satisfaction.  ...  Customer Satisfaction From both the theoretical and the empirical perspectives, customer satisfaction is the key to companies' competitiveness and can be considered the essence of success in today's highly  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2011.09.101 fatcat:uugxissk35gr3booew5u7ajkzu

Entrepreneurial Orientation of Spaza Shop Entrepreneurs Evidence From a Study of South African and Somali Owned Spaza Shop Entrepreneurs in Khayelitsha

Fawzy Basardien, Hamieda Parker, Mohamed Saheed Bayat
2014 Singaporean Journal of Business , Economics and Management Studies  
The spaza market in Khayelitsha 1 can be seen as an example of entrepreneurial activity offering an entry point to many that are excluded from mainstream economic activities.  ...  This study included 352 participants and is comprised of South African (locals) and Somali (foreigners) owned spaza shop entrepreneurs operating in Khayelitsha.  ...  There is need therefore to develop specific interventions that are tailor made for this sector from both policy and operational perspectives.  ... 
doi:10.12816/0006774 fatcat:otrnl2g5yndibojgdyo4jy2j3a

THE MASSTIGE PARADOX IN CHINA: A BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION OPPORTUNITY FOR INDEPENDENT LUXURY COMPANIES?

Philippe Chereau, Jonas Hoffmann, Isabella Soscia
2015 Global Fashion Management Conference  
Doing so, luxury firms have been pursuing a dual strategy by wooing aspirational consumers as well as their traditional elite customers, thus managing the challenge of handling both a differentiation strategy  ...  and influence firms strategy.  ...  Today's development of Chinese luxury market shows the successful outputs of this masstige strategy.  ... 
doi:10.15444/gfmc2015.02.07.03 fatcat:6xj5vkoqdfghjpbtcyu3q2oukq
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