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Organic Business Guide by Bo van Elzakker, Frank Eyhorn

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Organic Business Guide
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Publisher: IFOAM
ISBN-13: 9783940946676
Number of pages: 171

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This guide is written for those who are actively engaged in setting up or managing organic businesses with groups of smallholders. It provides practical know-how and essential information for planning, managing and expanding such a business. Covering topics from designing production and internal control systems to business planning and marketing, it attempts to be a comprehensive reference book for organic entrepreneurs, cooperatives and facilitators.

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