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76. Size-structure of manufacturing establishments and the productivity differentials between large and small firms
  Wednesday, November 23, 2005  by Admin
  The determinants of the size distribution of enterprises in manufacturing, and the role of
small-medium enterprises in economic development, constitute an important area of
interest but lacks detailed empirical work. This paper attempts to compare the size
distribution of employment and value added in manufacturing for a number of Asian countries, and provide some tentative conclusions about the factors affecting the differences in the patterns of distribution.
77. Tanzanian Women Entrepreneurs in Spearheading Development in the Food Industry
  Saturday, November 12, 2005  by Admin
  The Integrated Training Programme for Women Entrepreneurs in the Food Processing Industry was designed by SIDO and UNIDO. The programme’s main objective is to promote women’s entrepreneurship development in the food processing subsector through the improvement of existing micro enterprises managed by women, and the encouragement of new ventures with a potential to grow into SMEs. It addresses major constraints that affect enterprise operation and growth, through skill development and integrated technical, business and managerial assistance in food processing.
78. Kukosekana kwa taarifa sahihi kwaathiri wafanyabiashara
  Thursday, November 03, 2005  by Admin
  ESRF/ Tanzani Development Gateway iliandaa warsha kuhusu mbinu za uboreshaji biashara kwa wafanya biashara wadogo wadogo kupitia mtandao, Jumatatu tarehe 31 Novemba.
79. Information, Technology and Small Enterprise
  Friday, October 28, 2005  by Admin
  This handbook is for staff in agencies that support the development of small, medium
and micro-enterprises in developing countries (DCs).It aims to provide those staff
with a better understanding of the role of information and of information and
communication technologies (ICTs) in enterprise development. The handbook will also be of value to staff in donor agencies, government
departments and professional business associations, and to researchers and students
dealing with ICTs, with enterprise, and with development.
80. eCommerce for Small Enterprise Development: handbook
  Friday, October 28, 2005  by Admin
  This handbook is designed for agencies that are supporting entrepreneurs running micro and small-scale enterprises (MSEs) in developing countries. It is designed for agencies that have little current involvement in eCommerce support and have little knowledge of what is involved, as well as for more experienced agencies that are already using information and communication technologies (ICTs) – computers, email, the Internet, mobile phones, etc – or supporting their use in small enterprise. If your agency wishes to raise its level of support and involvement in eCommerce, then this handbook will be of use to you.
81. Preparation of National Standards
  Monday, October 24, 2005  by Admin
  Before standards are prepared by the National Standards Bodies, it is important to establish a national standardization system which is based on world-wide known practice of the consensus principle. This paper provides a definition and content of a standard and a brief on the types of standards.
82. Quality Packaging for Modern Consumers
  Monday, October 24, 2005  by Admin
  The aim of this paper is to discuss the role of packaging as a tool within the markets of consumer goods. It highlights the technical and social requirements to be met by packaging. SMEs are asked to make use of good quality packaging so that they can meet the market requirements of their choice.
83. Total Quality Management
  Monday, October 24, 2005  by Admin
  This workshop presentation from the Tanzania Bureau of Standards is on Total Quality Management. It defines the quality of a product as Fitness for Use. It explains how the various quality activities should be performed to achieve total customer satisfaction.
84. Utekelezaji wa Viwango - Uthibiti
  Monday, October 24, 2005  by Admin
  This paper is about the Certification System and the importance of it. It lays out the steps and requirements followed when requesting the TBS stamp until one is able to acquire it.
85. Enhancing SMes Contribution to Employment and Poverty Reduction within National Poverty Reduction Strategy
  Monday, October 24, 2005  by Admin
  The Association of Tanzania Employers (ATE) made a strategic decision of taking a more pro-active role in contributing to SME development, as a way of furthering its mission of improving labour relations in the private sector. In 2004/05, the Association conducted a study of the influence of policies, laws and regulations on SMEs, with particular emphasis on effects on access to market, an issue known to influence quantity and quality of jobs in SMEs. The study established that the public procurement and standards regulatory regimes are among the main issues hampering access to markets for SMEs.
86. 50 to study business skills in China
  Tuesday, October 18, 2005  by Admin
  A delegation of 50 small and medium scale entrepreneurs (SMEs) from Tanzania has departed for China to study new and modern business and trade techniques and skills to boost up their operations. The Deputy Minister for Industry and Trade, Rita Mlaki, handed over air tickets to the SMEs, who are also members of the Barclays Bank-Tanzania Business Club, in a short ceremony held in Dar es Salaam last week.
87. TBS insists on quality certificates for products
  Wednesday, October 05, 2005  by Admin
  The Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) Director, during a seminar on Standaridisation, processing and packaging of local products, asked SMEs to secure quality certificates to attract local and international markets for their products. The Government, in corporation with TBS has launched a project aimed to educate and help SMEs produce products that were accepted nationally and internationally.
88. SIDO to open Trade Points in Dar, Ruvuma, Kilimanjaro
  Wednesday, October 05, 2005  by Admin
  The Small Industry Development Organization (SIDO) plans to establish centres for displaying and selling products of the organization in Dar es Salaam, Ruvuma and Kilimanjaro regions.
89. UDEC offers free introductory business counselling services
  Tuesday, August 30, 2005  by Admin
  The University of Dar es Salaam Entrepreneurship Centre (UDEC) has started offering free business counselling services to operators of micro, small and medium enterprises. The services will be free of charge and will go on until February, 2006.
90. UDEC offers free introductory business counselling services
  Tuesday, August 30, 2005  by Admin
  The University of Dar es Salaam Entrepreneurship Centre (UDEC) has started offering free business counselling services to operators of micro, small and medium enterprises. The services will be free of charge and will go on until February, 2006.

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