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PROFIL USAHA BUBUR JAGUNG MUTIARA DI MALALAYANG SATU TIMUR MANADO Evangelista Ch. Ray-Ray; Hanny Anapu; Theodora M. Katiandagho; Vicky R.B. Moniaga
COCOS Vol. 2 No. 2 (2013)
Publisher : Universitas Sam Ratulangi

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v2i2.1517

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AbstractThe objective of this research is to determine the profile of the business grits pearls. This study uses primary data obtained through interview techniques directly to business owners using questionnaires. The method of data analysis used in this study is a descriptive analysis of data. Data collected are presented in tabular form, and then the analysis costs, revenue, profits, and break-even point analysis is used.The results of this research indicated this business received a profit of Rp. 2.097.043 for a month of production. The results of analysis of the break-even point in this business, when production volume amounted to 376 grits pearls to glass for 5 times the production process. Business owners foresight in seeing the market opportunity and the selection of the strategic place of business, resulted in business is quite promising and may increase the family income.Based on this research it can be concluded that the business grits pearls is household-scale business. There was no bookkeeping in this business and, business owners also concurrently into labor. Therefore, it is necessary to the holding of bookkeeping about business grits pearls by business owners and increase the workforce to expand the business grits pearl. The results of the analysis ratio of R/C of 1,2 indicates that the business is feasible to be developed. In addition, this business has aesthetic value in which business owners are not limited to for-profit but it refers to the service to consumers.
PROSPEK INDUSTRI PENGOLAHAN PISANG GORENG DI KOTA MANADO Juliando A. Supit; Theodora M. Katiandagho; Hanny Anapu; Ribka M. Kumaat
COCOS Vol. 2 No. 4 (2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v2i4.1723

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ABSTRACTThe objective of this research is to analyze the industry prospect of processing fried banana in Manado City by taking samples in the research region : Klabat Stadium and Malalayang Beach. Forty respondents were interviewed as representatives to the amount of consumer in Manado.This research was carried out at Klabat Stadium and Malalayang Beach from each location, two sellers were taken as samples start from September to October 2012. This research used primary and secondary data. Primary data were through directly interviewed with the owner and the employees of the sampel location and the forty respondents as the population of fried banana lovers. Secondary data taken through the literatures and institutions related with this reacerch. Analyzes data was showed in tables form.This research result showed that industry of processing fried banana in Manado City has a good prospect because it gained profit. Revenue Cost Ratio that obtained from each location is bigger than others. In condition like this business of fried banana deserves is feasible. Besides the profit sellers would obtain the opportunity doing this business is high because there are many consumers of this product in Manado City. Through this research we can see that there 234 sellers have the opportunity to start open business of fried banana.
Risiko Usahatani Cabai Rawit Pada Masa Tanam I dan Masa Tanam II Di Kecamatan Ranowulu Kota Bitung Maytti Potolau; Joachim N.K. Dumais; Hanny Anapu; Juliana R. Mandei
COCOS Vol. 3 No. 6 (2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v3i6.3125

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AbstractThe objective of this research are to compute anda compare the chili farming in the both first planting period and second planting period, to compute chili farming income both the first planting period and second planting period. The research location is taken intentionally (purposive sampling) of three villages as the center of the village production chili in three villages namenly Danowudu, Apela II and Kumorsot in five months, from December 2012 until May 2013. Sampling technique census is conducted on 24 respondents divided into two groups based on the first planting period and second planting period. Data used in this research is farmer’s income. Data analysis uses standard deviation, coefficient of variation and lower income limit.The results showed the risk of chili farming in the first period of planting was Rp.2.343.347 with relative level 0.41 and a lower limit of income was Rp 1.081.287. Even the risk of chili farming in the second period of planting was Rp. 4.144.513 with relative level 0.41 and a lower limit of income was Rp – 192.776. The second period of planting had greater risk than the first period of planting. The sources of risk that the chili farming experienced in first and second period of planting are the source of physical risk and the source of economic risk. That chili farming average income in the first period of planting was Rp. 5.917.732 per hectare with the range from Rp 2.854.792 per hectare to Rp 8.910.122 per hectare, and that chili farming average income in the second period of planting was Rp 8.265.574 per hectare with the range from Rp 2.577.415 per hectare to Rp 14.712.370 per hectare.Farmers need to take a risk to get more profit and to intensify their farming. Role of the government is to introduce more technology that can help the farmers in developing chili farming to make it better.