Different implications for enterprises of an organic production

This paper reviews the concept of “organic”, its meaning and emphasizes a comparison with conventional goods. It develops the background of organic goods in the past 20 years, quotations different definitions of organic and developing a main definition. Also it states certain criteriab and variables...

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Autor Principal: Fajardo Puentes, Barbara Dominicq
Otros Autores: Pardo Martínez, Clara Inés
Formato: Trabajo de grado (Bachelor Thesis)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad del Rosario 2015
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Acceso en línea:http://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/10734
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topic Organic
Conventional products
Strategies
Business Analysis
Producción
Alimentos naturales -- Comercialización
Alimentos naturales::Análisis de Mercadeo
Agricultura biológica::Análisis de Mercadeo
Agricultura sostenible
Industrias alimenticias
spellingShingle Organic
Conventional products
Strategies
Business Analysis
Producción
Alimentos naturales -- Comercialización
Alimentos naturales::Análisis de Mercadeo
Agricultura biológica::Análisis de Mercadeo
Agricultura sostenible
Industrias alimenticias
Fajardo Puentes, Barbara Dominicq
Different implications for enterprises of an organic production
description This paper reviews the concept of “organic”, its meaning and emphasizes a comparison with conventional goods. It develops the background of organic goods in the past 20 years, quotations different definitions of organic and developing a main definition. Also it states certain criteriab and variables in order to develop a deeper business analysis. And it has the objective to define the advantages, disadvantages, key points and strategies for companies that want to venture an organic production, and if it’s recommendable to pursue. After a cross case and SWOT analysis it is possible to determine that depending of the core strategy and type of company if an enterprise can decide to venture the organic market.
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title_short Different implications for enterprises of an organic production
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title_full_unstemmed Different implications for enterprises of an organic production
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spelling ir-10336-107342019-09-19T12:37:54Z Different implications for enterprises of an organic production Fajardo Puentes, Barbara Dominicq Pardo Martínez, Clara Inés Organic Conventional products Strategies Business Analysis Producción Alimentos naturales -- Comercialización Alimentos naturales::Análisis de Mercadeo Agricultura biológica::Análisis de Mercadeo Agricultura sostenible Industrias alimenticias This paper reviews the concept of “organic”, its meaning and emphasizes a comparison with conventional goods. It develops the background of organic goods in the past 20 years, quotations different definitions of organic and developing a main definition. Also it states certain criteriab and variables in order to develop a deeper business analysis. And it has the objective to define the advantages, disadvantages, key points and strategies for companies that want to venture an organic production, and if it’s recommendable to pursue. 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