i am having trouble with my pob sba the linkages part can somebody plz explain what is a backward linkage and a forward linkage and give me some examples in relation to a spa
I'm getting trouble...Define linkage plz...???
what are the advantages of a backward linkage?
for the spa you could have your massage creams and etc for your business
Hi, can get some assistance in finding out which linkage industry I should choose for a production of local juices...I provide myself with my raw materials so I'm lost
WHAT LINKAGES DO BAKERY FALL UNDER ? GIVE SOME EXAMPLES
It would fall under backward linkage because raw materials bought would be finished products to the industry it is being bought from.
What are the backward and forward linkages of a store that sells cosmetics?
Am having trouble with my pob sba what is forward linkage in an icecreame company and what is quality controls measures I Ave already figure out the backward linkage
I need help im not sure how to explain backward and forward linkage
what firm does a salon have forward and backward linkage with
I'm doing a pob sba on a spa n salon and im having difficulties with potential growth can someone explain it a give examples please
This have nothing 2 do with ur SBA
in Potential For Growth i need further information in externally / external growth
I have a cafe . What kind of linkage is that and what is the advantages ?
it's a soul trader in other words (one man business)
all the profit made goes to you,small businesses require less capital,business affairs can be kept confidential are some advantages of a soul trader
If the final product or finished products of one industry is used in another industry as its raw material then a forward linkage occurs. For example, sugar produced from a sugar factory is used by a bakery to make pastries. Sugar is therefore the end product of one industry and used as raw material in another. Other examples include agriculture and canning, lumber and construction and cattle farming and meat processing.
A backward linkage occurs when the demands of an industry leads to the establishment of other industries to produce for the needs of this industry. For example, the establishment of several multinational fast food restaurants in the Caribbean has led to new businesses being established to supply these restaurants with raw materials (vegetables, ground provisions, meats and paper based products).
can some please help me with the linkages present/exist in a music store
i am having difficulty in finding out the benefits dat will can be derived from a bakery if it is foward linkage sumbudy please help me
a bakery will benefit from forward linkages when it sells its products to different outlets,by this the business will then grow as more demand is being made for that particular good ,also it reduces the dependence on imported goods
someone plz help!!! what is one benefit of a backward linkage??
i am having trouble with the potential for growth with my pob sba can someone please explain it to me under the topic establishing a business.
Firstly...When doing these questions, I suggest having the criteria infront of you so you can see where the marks are allocated. Think of your business...for
1) Internal Growth
How can you achieve this within your business..think on a smaller scale? Can you hire more labour? Move to a larger building perhaps? Purchase more/bigger equipment?
2) External Growth
Is there a large enough market for your product(s)so that you can expand in your level or type of production? Can you diversify, link up with others? (What other related products could be produced. What new products/services can you offer?
You don't have to answer ALL these question's within that question because it has to be flowing and there is a word limit...but this can just help with answering the question
"Forward Linkages"- The finished producer of one industry becomes the raw materials of another industry.
eg: Producers of sugar (finished product) depend on producers of food items one beverages to purchase their goods since sugar is an important ingredient in most drinks and food items.
"Backward linkages" - backward linkages occur when the demands on an industry lead to the establishment of other industries to provide for the needs of this industry.
eg:A producer of orange juice may find it necessary to set up orange orchards to supplies his needs for oranges rather than depend on farms to supply him with all his needs for oranges.The producer of orange juice has made a (backward link) for his raw materials.
i rlly need sme hlp ere.......what benefits r associated with Backward linkages i cant seem 2 figure it out...
the person not u alone uh them things jus givin me stress jus kno i go hav gray hair e ASIA plzz i need to do that very bad especially with dat linkage thing
backward linkage is when one business depends on another business for goods and services while a forward linkage is when one industry produce goods for another industry
cant seem to get the production par in my sba im doing a bakery and cant seem to understand the production of my business
wats this site about
can sumbody help me in the pob sab working and fixed capital
i'm doing a fashion designing company that has a store as well, but not sure wat linkage i shud put. i manufacture my own designs and distribute to other store also. can sum1 plz help me out? thanks in advance
what is bank draft?
There is a group on fb name CSEC P.O.B you should join it it helps with sba.
10. Linkages-. A linkage industry is an industry which is associated or connected to other industries in such a way that the existence of one is dependent on the other, or it enhances the other’s production process. These industries are also referred to as ‘spin-off’ and ‘screwdriver’ industries. You will be required to:
(a.) state the type(s) of linkages your intended business will create and
(b) Why will you create those linkages?
hi , i was jus wondering if anyone can help me with the government regulation. can someone plase explan this for me please i really need the help.
government regulations often aims to attract new businesses to locate their own country
to control the location of certain businesses that may change the environment or the health of local residents.....Ash waz here !
government regulations is stating where the business is register and law of the employees and stuff like that
this is the registration of compaines. it will be legal entity and will up hold all laws of the country
. Government Regulations- Governments in any country has regulations as it relates to the setting up and operations of a business. You are required state some regulations that are enforced in your country as it relates to businesses. e.g. require to pay taxes.
ex. of forward and backward linkages
hey really need this..Can i get a benefit of an backward linkage explained to me pleasssssse!!!
Im having a really hard time with my POA sba can anyone give me some tips. oh and who else does chemistry, i would love 2 have a study buddy.
hi i am tanya and i'm having trouble wit mathematics omg it's so hard i mean u see angles and devision i need help....
hi i need help in my pob s.b.a plz help me some one :) my add is firstname.lastname@example.org
your welcome KATHY
Backward linkage- this is when an already developed company help another business by supplying them with good n services an example is... a bakery that bakes bread will depend on another company for flour.
Forward linkage- this is when a small business have to forward their unfinish product to another company for further processing eg. bauxite in Jamaica have to be sent to trinidad for processing by another comopany
i got total in my SBA and if u follow this format u will get this selction correct also, just pertaining to the business you have developed:
Linkages and Growth
In this business there are both Forward and Backward linkages. It retails goods and provides services to customers (forward) and it purchases goods and services wholesale from wholesalers (backwards). The business has potential for growth in which it is planning to open up other branches locally and internationally. The business is doing research to find out other ways to enhance its sales and increase production. It is investing in training its human resources in clothing and textile and providing an online service to customers’ which has information about the store and is products.
thank you very much you really helped me
i find dis useful
wats d interal n external structure of a photostudio
i need help in explaing protential for growth internally and externally