Building empowerment model of cocoa oil small-sized industries to increase value added
Keywords:Empowerment; Model Design; Cocoa Oil Small-sized Industries; Problems and Solution; Business Perspective
This study aims to explore the problems faced by cocoa oil small-sized industries and develop an empowerment model design from the perspective of business management to increase added value implemented in the Agropolitan Region in the Province of Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. This study uses a qualitative approach, where data analysis is performed using the Nvivo 12 Plus software. Exploration results show that the perspective of business management which is a problem in the development of cocoa oil small-sized industries is the supply of raw materials; price of raw materials; variable cost; machine capacity; human resources; capital; institutional; product price; market access; assets legality; and partnership. The results of the design of the empowerment model explained that there was a need for a partnership between cocoa oil small-sized industries and other related parties such as; supplier of raw materials and target markets so that this empowerment effort can go well; and it is hoped that there will be government support in managerial aspects, both physical and non-physical so that cocoa oil small-sized industries can increase the added value
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