Mais corn maize / by Mary-Ann G. Custodio, Marianne C. San Pedro, and Melanie P. VidaMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: Indang, Cavite : Cavite State University- Main Campus, 2001.Description: xxi, 81 pages : illustrations ; 28 cmContent type:
- 380.1 C96 2001
- College of Economics, Management and Developmental Studies (CEMDS)
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Enterprise Development Project (BSBM Major in Marketing Management) Cavite State University.
Includes bibliographical references.
College of Economics, Management and Developmental Studies (CEMDS)
CUSTODIO, MARY ANN G., SAN PEDRO, MARIANNE C. and VIDA, MELANIE P. "Mais Corn Maize: An Enterprise Development Project". Bachelor of Science in Business Management, major in Marketing, Cavite State University, Indang, Cavite. April 2001. Adviser: Mr. Oliver C. Fauni.
An enterprise development project was conducted at Phase II, Barangay Luciano, Trece Martirez City, Cavite from October 10, 2000 to February 10, 2001. This project aimed to exposed the students to actual business environment and enable them to develop skills and apply the knowledge and concepts in business management to practical application. Specifically, it aimed to ascertain the profitability of the project; develop strategies in marketing novelty products out of cornhusk; and identify the problems in undertaking the project. The project started with a total capital of P24,000.00. After the four-month operation of the enterprise, a total of P56,916.25 was spent for raw materials, direct labor and factory overhead (cost of goods manufactured and sold). Total sales amounted to P83,195.00 with a gross profit on sales of P26,887.50. It had operating expenses of P13,111.50 and a net income of P13,776.00. During the four-month operation, the vanda corn husk had the higher percent of share on sales, which was 54.63 percent of the total sales. On the other hand, corn husk flowers shared 39.14 percent on the total sales, Christmas fan decoration had 4.21 percent share in sales; and the remaining 12.02 percent was shared by fans.
The enterprise encountered different problems such as unfavorable weather condition and lack supply of major raw materials because the peak season of corn is during the months of September and October only.
05/22/2001 EDP-93 Submitted to the University Library