Estudio de prefactibilidad procesamiento artesanal y comercialización del fruto de café, por parte de la familia Monge Salmerón de Corralillo de Cartago
Monge-Salmerón, Jeffry Efraín
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This project corresponds to a feasibility study, performed in the district of Corralillo in the province of Cartago. Regarding an initiative of Monge Salmerón family (small producer of coffee). The interest is to make an incursion on the coffee fruit artisanal processing to commercialize it. The main objective of the pre-feasibility research focus on contribute with the family decision Through well performed technical and financial studies, for the family to be able to initiate with the business activity based on those studies regarding the target market. The applied methodology consists on a set of revisions that valid the viability of the project from different perspectives like technical, legal, financial, organizational, environmental, and about marketing. Which were later interrelated and associated through the integral vision of results generated from each of the studies to determine the established proposal, reaching satisfactorily the main objective. In conclusion the insertions of the Monge Salmerón family of Corralillo in Cartago in the project of artisanal processing of coffee fruit is viable; since the product demand is enough compared with the productivity capacity; besides, there are not legal or environmental impediments that could generate unviability of the project and covers all cost based on the expected income.
Proyecto de graduación (Bachillerato en Administración de Empresas) Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica, Escuela de Administración de Empresas, 2019