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Day 1 fruits and veggies business. ppt
Day 1 fruits and veggies business. ppt
Day 1 fruits and veggies business. ppt
Day 1 fruits and veggies business. ppt
Day 1 fruits and veggies business. ppt
Day 1 fruits and veggies business. ppt
Day 1 fruits and veggies business. ppt
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Day 1 fruits and veggies business. ppt

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  • 1. What can you say about the pictures presented?
  • 2. The pictures related to foodbusiness, entrepreneurs andentrepreneurship. Can you namepeople in your community who areengage in fruits and vegetablesprocessing?
  • 3. Why are they successful?Do you wish to be like them?
  • 4. What is an entrepreneur? In our previous lesson, we discussed theterm entrepreneur as a person who sees thepotential in a product or service and takes therisk selling it. The risks involved in selling a newproduct or offering a new service include losingmoney over it. The reward on the other hand , iswhen people see the benefit of buying theproduct or availing of the service. As an addition to what we are discussed,The people in the marketplace who are sellingitems or offering services for a fee are calledentrepreneurs.
  • 5. Some of the businesses may be simple as sellingvegetables on the sidewalk or carting instant coffeearound. Others may involve larger amounts ofcapital like selling meat, rice and grocery items.Whatever the size of the business is, the personwho owns it can be considered as an entrepreneur. Similar to Mr. Tony Tan Caktiong – founder of Jollibee
  • 6. Answer the following:1. How businesses are born?2. What does it takes to become an entrepreneur?3. What is PECs?4. What is the relation of PECs in the business particularly in fruits and vegetables processing?5. How an entrepreneur succeed in their chosen career?

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