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The Marikina Shoe Industry
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This sector also Subnational case studies and cross-sectional data analyses indicate that moderately concentrated polities in both countries are accompanied by more effective and less corrupt service provision. However, security and trust alone do not necessarily guarantee competitive success. Regional push: The geography of development and growth in low- and, ———. Cultural-products industries and urban economic development: Prospects. Drawing on the relevance of labour-intensive manufacturing as a pathway These phases are then contextualised within three intertwined dimensions of urban materiality, namely, an internal dimension the internal organisation and spatial dynamics of the city , a socially ambient dimension the relational structure of society at large and an exogenous dimension the geographic outside of the city. An approach to industrial development processes that combines, notions of industrial clusters and commodity distribution and, marketing, would appear to promise much in the way of both, indicative and normative insights.
Dissertation Sapatero in Marikina City: Enacting Economies in the Philippines' Footwear Capital
This study arrived to analyze how Marikina Shoe Industry affects the demand for tourists and how it affects its service industry. Doing this paper aims to identify, define, present, gather insights interpret, and analyze those data on the perception of respondents toward Marikina Shoe Industry, which include product, price, place, and promotion. The research design of this study can be best describe from different perspective. The method used in collecting data is through a survey questionnaire while the research design is pure descriptive.
According to Teodoro, the economic hardships brought about by the COVID pandemic have been too much to bear for the shoemakers. Iyong 20 percent, kaya hindi siya natigil kasi ang kaniyang platform na ginagamit sa marketing at sa pagtitinda ay iyong digital or virtual Production of many have stopped, almost 80 percent ceased operations. He said the local government is looking at this shift to digital platforms to help other businesses in the city stay afloat. Teodoro said constant consultations were being done to assist not just the shoemakers but also the manufacturing and industrial groups in Marikina. Amid the pandemic, he says the city has taken decisive steps to save its economy by protecting its workers from the coronavirus.