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    • DEVELOPMENT OF SMEs IN AGRIBUSINESS AND AGROINDUSTRY
      • Full of challenges :
      • Tenants start relatively small compared to the areas of general business and manufacturing.
      • Price of raw materials is fluctuating, and quality is inconsistent.
      • Sensitive to the subsidy reduction of fuel cost.
      • Payback period might take a long time for products requiring raw materials that need to be cultivated previous to processing .
      • Require more effort to convince the financial institution for a credit approval.
    • DEVELOPMENT OF SMEs IN AGRIBUSINESS AND AGROINDUSTRY
      • Seeking for unique solutions and lesson learns:
      • Selective recruitment is a must.
      • Intensive incubation with close consultancies.
      • Diversification of products.
      • Selecting specific market target for a specific product.
      • Careful considerations in choosing the appropriate technology. It is worthwhile to adopt the hi-tech, like biotechnology, when possible.
    • DEVELOPMENT OF SMEs IN AGRIBUSINESS AND AGROINDUSTRY
      • Seeking for unique solutions and lesson learns:
      • Design of attractive packaging with a reasonable cost.
      • A life time relationship with the tenants, looking for new programs for graduated tenants.
      • University graduate does not mean a guaranteed successful entrepreneurs, but a guaranteed easier communicative and cooperative person.
    • Incubator for Agribusiness and Agroindustry - IPB profile in brief
      • A gribusiness & agroindustry incubator
      • Founded 1994, operation 1995, currently under R & D Centre for Entrepreneurship (ReDCE)
      • Handle both inwall and outwall tenants
      • Limited spaces for 3-5 inwall tenants
      • So far has recruited 11 inwalls and 15 outwalls
      • 55 % successful rate
    • INCREASING SKILL IN TECHNOLOGY, MANAGEMENT, AND ENTREPRE- NEURSHIP FACILITATION OF TRANSFER TEKNOLOGY AND BUSINESS EXPERIENCES NETWORKING CREATING SELF SUPPORTING AND STRONG ENTREPRENEURS OBJECTIVES
    • MISSIONS IAA-IPB PARTNERSHIP AND DAY TO DAY CONSULTATION SELF SUPPORT ING AND STRONG SMEs NEW Es SMEs
    • RECRUITMENT OF NEW TENANTS CONSULTA TION: GENE- RAL & SPE- SIFICS ACCESS TO MARKET & FINANCIAL RES. NETWORKING DEVELOP. ACTIVITIES OF IAA-IPB
    • EXAMPLES OF INCUBATOR TENANTS IN AGRIBUSINESSES & AGROINDUSTRIES
    • In the beginning . . . After incubation Jelly, nata de coco & aloevera industries, tenant from IPB incubator
    • More equipment after ten years
    • Tenant from ITB incubator
    • Fruit chips with vacuum frying, tenant from Unsoed incubator
    • Bottling of natural honey - tenant from IPB incubator
    • No heat and sugar added
    • Supplement food made from Ganoderma Tenant from IPB incubator
    • Rice noodle instant with dried mushroom, tenant from IPB incubator
    • Fresh vegetables supply in Modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) tenant from IPB incubator