Marketing Department

Seville, 18 de October de 2010.-the consulting company Orientanegocio, the first and only consulting in franchise created in Andalusia, and headquartered in Seville, expands its Department of marketing and communication, to offer the best services to its clients. is responsible for assistance to franchisors, helping to expand its business, with a series of services aimed to publicize the franchises among the community of entrepreneurs who wish to start their own business and potential candidates. For this reason,, despite the severe crisis that we are facing, introduces a new signing, with the intention that the assistance that your clients receive the most appropriate in your template. Journalist Sandra E. Morales, undertakes to assist, support and strengthen the services that offers in the field of information. Going from the hand of franchisors, so your communication needs are completely covered, in terms of the positioning of its companies on the Internet refers. Hear other arguments on the topic with Economic Cycles Research Institute. The orients creation Consulting was founded in 2005 thanks to professionals involved in the franchise sector. He is created with the intention of responding to franchisers as people with entrepreneurial spirit who want to start their own business.

To do this, your web page offers a place of encounter between franchisors and potential candidates to acquire a franchise. Acting as a comprehensive support, team advises and helps determine the objectives and the means to carry them out. And it offers its services of marketing and communication at franchisors, pretending to thus meet the needs of their customers. Its Internet portal is an interactive website, which accommodates all and which seeks to highlight the future entrepreneurs, everything you need to know about the world of business and franchises. More information in our offices Central: directed creation of business, s.l. Royal Park business Avenida de Parsi, s/n EDIF Agora 3rd floor mod. 52 41,016 Seville Tnos. 902 875 479 954 255 022 607 162 555 Director of Marketing and communications at Schneider Electric release of the Marketing Department Platense across the Brown and white passion on the web Union San Felipe: Visa Pon equipment to test your fingers XD marketing strategies for small businesses

Toiletries Handmade And Homemade? Beauty Buyer Beware

If you have been a craft show or a farmers’ market recently you’ve noticed that more and more people are making and selling homemade soaps, toiletries and cosmetics. Gone are the days when the neighborhood soap maker grandmother was a woman with a long cotton dress today’s soap makers are young, stay in the hip-flying housewives homemade lotions, makeup and products bathroom. But are the products that sell better than store brands? More importantly, are they safe? Consider these facts before making your next purchase: * Commercial toiletries are manufactured in clean, modern laboratories are subject to FDA inspection at any time. Cosmetics home, by contrast, are often made in home kitchens, where food preparation, cleaning tasks are performed and the meals you eat. Because they are so small, these home-based businesses often the right to slip under the radar of the FDA and are never inspection. * Commercial companies are obliged to follow a set of FDA guidelines known as the FDA’s good manufacturing practices. These practices include having dedicated work-spaces, dress codes for employees and specific safety procedures.

Homemade cosmetics are often in the presence of pets, children and others not wearing proper clothing, such as hair nets or gloves. No home business can meet the FDA’s GMP for the manufacture of cosmetics. * Commercial companies hire specialists in skin care and doctorate-level chemists to formulate their products. Toiletries homemade are made by people with education ranging from a college degree all the way to the high school dropout. * Commercial manufacturers spend millions on products liability insurance. Based on my experience in the business of toiletries handmade I estimate only 25 percent of home-based makers have reached basic hygiene product liability coverage. * Commercial products go through a lengthy process called “provocation test” to determine its safety. I’ve never met a single home-based maker of toiletries that challenged to test their products for mold, bacteria or yeasts.

Before buying rub with the fragrance of mango wonderful, spend a few moments to meet the person on the other side of the cabin. There are some wonderful micro manufacturers out there. Just know the right questions to ask.