About Centre for International Research Development
Centre for International Research Development (CIRD) is non-profit incorporated research firm based in United States of America. CIRD is promised on the need to provide resources that enhances global knowledge by mapping new frontiers in emerging technologies and innovation in research, industry and governance, link centers of excellence world-wide to stimulate and enhance creative and application-oriented problem solving for society and to explore the synergy and collaboration within the sciences, management and policy creation and implementation.
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A PURPOSED BUSINESS MODEL OF MANUFACTURE, MARKETING AND CONTINGENCY PLAN OF A GREEN SPECTRO BIO-DIESEL COMPANY AT DISTRICT SIALKOT, PUNJAB, PAKISTAN
Fozia Noreen, Asad Akbar, Zeeshan Ahmed1, Noman Asghar, Ahad Iqbal
Abstract: A piolet study of manufacture, marketing and contingency plan of a Green Spectro Bio-diesel Company at District Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan, in order to introduce a new entry in local industry have been conducted, with future prospect of extensive national and international scope. Significant figures of expected outcomes from working network, data of personals, structure of organization and amangment, marketing plan of total capital US$3796.626 of launching a stretegedy with a handsome contigency plan and inter management of budgets that can produce an expected income of US$6985.91 along with net profit of US$6985.914 the fuel industry of Sialkot in future
MODELLING THE IMPACT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES ON FINANCIAL WELLBEING IN KAMPALA UGANDA
Colin Agabalinda and Alain Vilard Ndi Isoh, Ph.D.
Abstract: The financial market is a cornerstone in guaranteeing sustainable livelihood of the population, but the effect of financial literacy is a major impediment to inclusive finance. To this effect, this paper seeks to model the impact of financial literacy on the wellbeing of users’ of formal and informal financial services in Kampala. A cross-sectional conclusive case study designed was employed using a sample of n=370 selected from people employed in the informal sector in Kampala, Uganda. Data was sourced via questionnaire survey and analysed using Structural Equation Model. Parametric assumptions were tested and redundant data were downsized using Exploratory (EFA) and Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA). The MCAR Little’s test and the Expectation Maximisation Algorithm (EMA) were conducted for missing data analysis and the tests of hypotheses were based on the analysis of Structural Equation Model (SEM) using SPSS and SMART-PLS statistical packages