Rumagit, Grace Adonia Josefina
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ALOKASI KREDIT PROGRAM KEMITRAAN PELAKU USAHA KULINER MITRA BINAAN PT TELEKOMUNIKASI INDONESIA TBK WILAYAH MANADO Toruan, Halomoan Lumban; Rumagit, Grace Adonia Josefina; Rengkung, Leonardus Ricky
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 15, No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.15.2.2019.24482

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This study aims to determine the allocation of credit funds in the Partnership Program by culinary business partners of PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk, Manado Region (Program Kemitraan oleh pelaku usaha kuliner Mitra Binaan PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk Wilayah Manado). Respondents were selected on all Culinary Business Partners. The data used in this study are primary data and secondary data. Primary data was obtained through direct interviews with 14 Foster Partners (respondent) using a questionnaire. Secondary data was obtained from the office of PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk in the Manado Region, the internet through the google scholar to get electronic books, journal articles and thesis related to the research topic about the allocation of the Partnership Program Credit. The analytical tool used in this research is descriptive statistical method. The results showed thatthe Partnership Credit Program was not used for productive purpose or sector, namely the consumptive sector but was used for household consumption, the cost of children's education, home renovation, buyingtelevision and saving. The percentage of the Partnership Program Credit used for the productive sector was 42.18%, the consumptive sector amounted to 27.75% and savings amounted to 30.07% from the totalamount of loans disbursed to the amount of Rp. 369,000,000, - for a total of 14 culinary business partners.*eprm*
PERSEPSI PETANI SAYURAN KUBIS, PETSAI DAN WORTEL TERHADAP PESTISIDA ORGANIK DI KELURAHAN KAKASKASEN III KECAMATAN TOMOHON UTARA KOTA TOMOHON Nagapa, Yemi .,; Rumagit, Grace Adonia Josefina; Pakasi, Caroline Besty Diana
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 15, No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.15.2.2019.24491

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This study aims to determine the perceptions of farmers of cabbage, Chinese cabbage and carrots on the use of organic pesticides in the Village of Kakaskasen III, North Tomohon Sub-district, Tomohon City. The study lasts for three months starting from November 2018 to January 2019. The method used in this study is the survey method. Selection of respondents was purposevely. This study used primary data and secondary data. Primary data was collected by interviewing directly with 39 farmers based on a questionnaire that had been prepared previously. Secondary data was obtained from the Village Office of Kakaskasen III, Tomohon Utara Sub-district, local bookstore, and internet through google scholar to get electronic books, journalarticles and theses related to the topic of research on vegetable farmers' perceptions of organic pesticides. The data analysis used in this study was descriptive analysis method and used likert scale analysis. The results showed that the total score of perceptions of farmers of cabbage, cabbage and carrot vegetables on organic pesticides in the Village of Kakaskasen III, amounted to 1,153, were in the category of hesitant perceptions with a percentage value of 59.1% so included in the poor category.
TINGKAT KEPUASAN “SANG PISANG” DI KOTA MANADO Candova, Cahyana .,; Rumagit, Grace Adonia Josefina; Rengkung, Leonardus Ricky
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 15, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.15.1.2019.23376

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The objective of this research is to determine the level of customer satisfaction “Sang pisang” to products, the price of, place, promotion and services. This research is conducted from November to December2018. The data used in this study are primary data and secondary data. Primary data is obtained by direct interview to 44 respondents using questionnaires with Likert Scale. Respondent selection use accidentallysampling method. Secondary data obtained from local book stores and the internet through google scholar to access articles from various scientific journals and thesis from other universities related to the topic concerning the level of customer satisfaction. The research result showed that, the level of customer satisfaction of “Sang Pisang” measured by product, price, place, promotion and service variables was 78.78%. Which is classified as satisfied. Satisfaction level of “Sang Pisang” Consumers are 80,79% of product and 80,18% of service. For the satisfied category, the price variable is 80.00%, the place is 76.27%, and the promotion is 75.68%.*jnkd+eprm*
PENDAPATAN USAHATANI KACANG TANAH DI DESA KANONANG II KECAMATAN KAWANGKOAN Rumagit, Grace A.J.; Porajouw, Oktavianus; Mirah, Rizky
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 7, No 2 (2011)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.7.2.2011.88

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The aim of this study is to determine the income of peanut’s farm in The Second Kanonang Villageat Kawangkoan District. Primary and seconndary data are used and analyzed by making use ofdescriptive analysis and R/C ratio. Results of this study indicates that: (1) the average revenue of peanutfarmers is Rp6.053.800 and the average cost of Rp 3.182.577 so that the average income received byfarmers is Rp 2.871.223 per one time of planting, and (2) the R/C ratio (1.90) is greater than one, showedthat the average income received by farmers is relatively favorable.
TINGKAT KEPUASAN KONSUMEN BUAH LOKAL DAN BUAH IMPOR TERHADAP PELAYANAN DI PASAR SWALAYAN “JUMBO” DI KOTA MANADO Lomboan, Riheld H.; Rumagit, Grace A.J.; Sondakh, Mex F. L.; Kapantow, Gene H.M.
COCOS Vol 6, No 4 (2015)
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ABSTRACTRiheld Hiskia Lomboan. Consumer Satisfaction For Local Fruits and Fruit Import To The Services in "Jumbo" Supermarket in Manado Municipality (under the guidance of Grace A. J. Rumagit as chairman, Mex. F. L. Sondakh and Gene H. M. Kapantow as members).Customer satisfaction is very important factor for entrepreneurs in running a business. Consumer satisfaction in the can can lead to repeat purchases even consumers may be loyal to the product. The objective of this research is to determine the level of customer satisfaction to the service at Jumbo Supermarkets in Manado municipality through the aspects of reliability, responsiveness, Assurance, Empathy, and Tangibles.This research uses primary data and secondary data. Sampling method in this research is Accidental Sampling.The research result showed that the level costumer satisfaction for local fruit and imported fruit based on reliability, responsiveness, assurance, empathy and tangibles was categorized as satisfy and more satisfy to the services at Jumbo Supermarket.Keywords: Consumer Satisfaction, FiveAspects of Consumer Satisfaction
DAMPAK KENAIKAN HARGA KEDELAI TERHADAP IDUSTRI KECIL PENGOLAHAN TAHU DI KELURAHAN BATU KOTA KECAMATAN MALALAYANG MANADO Damanik, Taufik S.; Rumagit, Grace A.J.; Pangemanan, Paulus A.; Sondakh, Mex F.L.
COCOS Vol 5, No 3 (2014)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v5i3.5975

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ABSTRACTThe objective of this research in to observe the effects before and after the increase of soybean prices to tofu processing small industries in Batu Kota Village, Malalayang sub District, Manado. Data collection was conducted over six months, from Februari 2014 until Juli 2014. Data obtained are primary and secondary data. Primary data obtained through the survey directly to the tofu enterprice in Batu Kota Village, Malalayang Sub District, Manado. Secondary data obtained through agencies associated with this research. Sampling was done by simple Saturated sampling technique, a total of 4 Respondents of small processing industry was sampled. The basic method used to see before and after the increase in soybean prices is that the next stage of your analysis descriptive in the form of tabulation, editing and processing of data by using Microsoft Excel Software.The results of this study indicated there was impact of price increases on small industrial soybean processing in Batu Kota Village, Malalayang Sub District, Manado. The impacts were in input factor price, decrease in the volume of production, the cost of the industry, the price of tofu, the size changes of tofu, revenue and profits of tofu entrepreneur. The increase of soybean prices reached 35.84 gratuity, tofu in Batu Kota still exist. This is due to changes in the size of tofu, besides tofu also has an informal partnership for the supply of raw materials with the tofu supplier there fore their industry still exist and feasible.Keywords : Frequency of production, informal Partnership, change of the size of the tof
PERSEPSI KONSUMEN KREDIT USAHA RAKYAT (KUR) TERHADAP PELAYANAN PT BANK RAKYAT INDONESIA Tbk. UNIT LANGOWAN Wurarah, Frendi H.; Rumagit, Grace A.J.; Dumais, Joachim N.K.
COCOS Vol 7, No 3 (2016)
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ABSTRACTConsumer perception or perspective with the services provided by the bank is the rating of the consumers to the services of the bank. The bank also should understand what consumers think and feel about the services provided, whether it gives satisfaction to the consumer or not. In connection with the BRI bank's vision that is becoming a leading commercial bank that always put customer satisfaction, and one of the mission is to provide excellent service to customers through a widespread network supported byprofessional human resources. That is why the authors are interested in carrying out research on consumer perceptions of people business credit (KUR) to service on Bank BRI LangowanUnit. The objektive of this research to analyze the perception of consumer credit (KUR) to service at the Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) Langowan Unit, based on the variables to be studied, namely, Tangibles, Reliability,Responsiveness, Assurance,Empathy, using a Likert Scale analysis tools. This aims was conducted over four months from February to the month of May 2016 from preparation to the arrangement of research reports. The Location of research is Bank Rakyat Indonesia LangowanUnit. This study uses primary data and secondary data. Primary data were obtained from 73 respondents from credit consumers use the questionnaire. While secondary data obtained from the Bank BRI. The sampling method in this study usespurposive sampling. The results of this research showed that the perception of consumer credit (KUR) to service at the BRI Langowanunit was relatively satisfied with regard to the five variables studied namely Tangible, Reliability, Responsiveness, Assurance, and Empathy.Key Word: Perception, Consumer, Business Credit (KUR), PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia
STRATEGI PENGEMBANGAN KAWASAN AGROWISATA RURUKAN Palit, Ireine Gratia; Talumingan, Celcius .,; Rumagit, Grace A. J.
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 13, No 2A (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/agrsosek.13.2A.2017.16558

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The purpose of this research is to identify the right strategy in developing Rurukan agro tourism area. The research location was conducted in two urban villages: Rurukan and Rurukan 1, East Tomohon Subdistrict, Tomohon City. This research was conducted for 3 (three) months from November 2016 to January 2017. The data used in this study are primary data and secondary data. Primary data are data taken through direct observation on site, interview with respondents who selected 10 people to fill out the research questionnaire as follows: Government (3 people), namely Lurah Rurukan, Lurah Rurukan One, and Officials of Tomohon City Tourism Office, Community Shop (2 persons) and Tour Manager (5 persons). Secondary data is data obtained from the offices of two urban villages and Tourism Office. The analytical method used SWOT Analysis. Based on the results of research and discussion, it can be concluded that the development strategy of Rurukan agro tourism area is Rapid growth strategy. This development strategy is in accordance with the position of Rurukan area that needs a progeny strategy to support growth, through several strategies that can be implemented, namely: (1) Utilizing some existing tourism object to attract investors so that it can become a growing tourism sector and interest in Tomohon ; (2) utilizing the famous agro tourism with its trademark to become a cultural development area, especially in Tomohon City; (3) utilizing a good soil fertility level in the Rurukan area to be planted with fruits such as strawberries, which are highland fruit trees to be enjoyed by tourists.
PENGARUH CITRA MEREK, HARGA, DAN KUALITAS PRODUK TERHADAP LOYALITAS KONSUMEN DUNKIN’ DONUTS MANADO TOWN SQUARE Erdipriwiranti, Putri Gianny; Pangemanan, Paulus Adrian; Rumagit, Grace Adonia Josefina
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 15, No 2 (2019)
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This study aims to analyze how influential the brand image, price, and product quality are on consumer loyalty at Dunkin? Donuts Manado Town Square. This research was conducted for 1 month, starting from April to May 2019. Primary data was obtained from 96 respondents who werecollected through filling out the prepared questionnaire in advance. Sample selection is done using accidental sampling method. Secondary data was obtained through information from the Dunkin' Donuts company, from the internet through google search and google scholar to get articles, journals and theses related to the topic of research on consumer loyalty. The analysis used is multiple linear regression analysis. The results show that brand image, price, and product quality together influence consumer loyalty. Brand image, price, and product quality individually have a positive and significant effect on consumer loyalty. Brand image, price, and product quality have an effect of 47.9 percent on consumer loyalty, and the remaining 52.1 percent is influenced by other factors.*eprm*
ANALISIS KEUNTUNGAN USAHA RUMAH KAYU CV TUMOU PRATAMA DI KELURAHAN WOLOAN 1 KECAMATAN TOMOHON BARAT Makawekes, Andrey Dymitri; Rumagit, Grace Adonia Josefina; Talumingan, Celcius .,
AGRI-SOSIOEKONOMI Vol 15, No 1 (2019)
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This study aims to analyze the profits of CV Tumou Pratama's wooden house business in Woloan 1 Village, Tomohon Barat District. This research was conducted for 3 months, starting from September to November 2018. The data used are primary data and secondary data. Primary data was obtained from direct interviews with wood house business owner CV Tumou Pratama (one person). While secondary data was obtained from several sources are the Central Bureau of Statistics, books available at local bookstores and the internet such as google cendikia to access articles from various scientific journals and theses from other universities related to the topic of this research, especially concerning profit analysis. The results of the study indicate that CV Tumou Pratama's wooden house business during the period January 2017 to December 2018 is profitable, both in total and based on type and size (m2). The highest profit per m2 is Rp. 1,003,554, - obtained from Medium Type Wooden Houses (70 m2) compared to Small Type Wooden Houses (36 m2) of Rp.978,099; Large Type (112 m2) of Rp.698,074, -; and Extra Type (198 m2) of Rp.576.352.- *jnkd+eprm*
Co-Authors Agnes E. E. Loho, Agnes E. E. Agnes E. Loho Agnes F. Loho Anis, Chintya Stefanny Anton Tri Wijayanto, Anton Tri Ayu A. Amin, Ayu A. Bihuku, Deliana ., Bungkolu, Ivone Paula Candova, Cahyana ., Caroline B. D. Pakasi, Caroline B. D. Caroline B.D. Pakasi Celcius ., Talumingan, Celcius ., Celcius Talumingan Charles R. Ngangi Chichi S.T. Kansil Christi S. Manoi Desiane M. Rungkat Ellen G. Tangkere Erdipriwiranti, Putri Gianny Eyverson Ruauw Ferdinan, Karamoy Reinal Frendi H. Wurarah, Frendi H. Gene H.M. Kapantow Grace Masengi Isang Gonarsyah Jan E. Papilaya Jelita Lapadjawa Jessi S. Tampun Joachim N.K. Dumais Juliana Ruth Mandei Juneke Marisa Sambuaga, Juneke Marisa Lapatandau, Yuniarti Amelhia Leonardus R. Rengkung Leonardus Ricky Rengkung, Leonardus Ricky Liberty Kaparang Liny J.N. Rasu, Liny J.N. Lorraine W.Th. Sondakh Lumintang, Josua Julio Brenda Lyndon A.J. Pangemanan Lyndon R.J. Pangemanan Makawekes, Andrey Dymitri Mantiri, Jessy Jane Manasye Martha Sendow Meilany C. Wowor, Meilany C. Meksy V. G. Timbulus, Meksy V. G. Melissa L.G. Taroreh Melsje Y. Memah, Melsje Y. Memah, Melsje Yellie Mex F. L. Sondakh Mex F.L. Sondakh Mex L. Sondakh Mohamad Arif Novriansyah Biki, Mohamad Arif Novriansyah Musperi Menggasa Nagapa, Yemi ., Nolvi Sanggel Norma O. F. Regar, Norma O. F. Oktavianus Porajouw Olfie L.S. Benu Olly E. H. Laoh Oprianto ., Meseang, Oprianto ., Pakasi, Caroline Besty Diana Palit, Ireine Gratia Panekenan, Desyani ., Pangemanan, Lyndon Reinhard Jacob Paulus A. Pangemanan Paulus Adrian Pangemanan, Paulus Adrian Paulus Pangemanan Rempowatu, Exaudia Enggelina Reni Kustiari Ribka M. Kumaat Rifka Reflin Salangka Riheld H. Lomboan Rine ., Kaunang, Rine ., Rine Kaunang Rine Kaunang ., Kaunang, Rine Kaunang ., Rizky Mirah Ruth T. Mantiri Sasue, Olvie Nanda Sintia Rompas, Sintia Sitty M. Panurat Sumilat, Daisy ., Sumolang, Mario Arron Suzana, Benu Olfie Taroreh, Melissa Lady Gisela Taufik S. Damanik Theodora M. Katiandagho Tololiu, Clerensia L. Toruan, Halomoan Lumban Valencia, Goei Gracella Vicky R.B. Moniaga Welson M. Wangke Yoan F. A. Tulenan Yolanda P.I. Rori Yoman, Mitias .,