How to Recognize a Quality Trading Software Review

Before you ever start using any of the trading software that you find online it is the safest route to first read some reviews about the software. The reason for that is because you need to make sure that you will not get scammed and lose your invested money. In life, whatever you need to invest, you first must be sure that the investment is safe. Losing your money with an investment is the most common mistake that people do. If you don’t want to be one of those people, the take a closer look at this review and you will know how to recognize a quality one.

Believable Information

If you want to recognize a quality review, then you have to look at the information they are putting out. If the numbers are too high and too good to believe, then the reason for that is most likely because the review was made as a fake one just to lure in new people. A real trading software that actually works will never take a lot of money from you, especially in the beginning because they want to make sure that you trust them. With the right software, you can become rich in no time.

Building a Scalable Business with Small-Holder Farmers in Kenya:
Honey Care’s Beekeeping Model
by Ted London, Heather Esper

Product Type: Case Publication Date: 02/2013 Product ID#: 1-429-313 Length: 20pages
Core Disciplines: Base of the Pyramid
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DESCRIPTION: It was late September, and Madison Ayer, chief executive officer of Honey Care Africa (HCA), was visiting a small-holder farm in Kakamega, Kenya. Together with an HCA technician, he was inspecting five beehives being harvested for the first time on the farmer’s property. Just one year ago, HCA had launched its reworked business model under Ayer, who had become the company’s CEO two years ago. This new model transitioned HCA from obligating farmers to maintain their own hives to providing hive management services. Ayer believed that by taking the maintenance component out of the equation for many of its BoP producers, HCA could secure a stronger aggregate supply of honey, reduce side-selling, and produce more income for each household. While the initial results were promising, the new strategy was not yet working quite as well as Ayer had hoped.
TEACHING POINTS:
After discussing this case, students should be able to:
Gain a deep understanding of the opportunities and challenges in building enterprises that source goods or services directly from BoP producers.
Explore strategies to reduce side-selling.
Holistically assess the impacts of an enterprise on BoP producers and their families, with a special focus on children age 8 and under.
Identify opportunities to generate greater impacts and enhance the enterprise’s value proposition.