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    • Panji Studies in Tourism Faculty, Ciputra University 

      Indrianto, Agoes Tinus Lis; Dutha, I Dewa Gde Satrya Widya (Center for Tourism Studies, Universitas Gadjah Mada, 2016-09-29)
      The story tells about RadenPanji, a son of the King of Kahuripan, with his lover, DewiSekartaji, a daughter of the King of Daha. The story beganfrom the oral story,transformed into a literature, visualand performing arts. ...
    • Panji's Museum 

      Indrianto, Agoes Tinus Lis; Dutha, I Dewa Gde Satrya Widya (School of Tourism, Hospitality & Event Management, Universiti Utara Malaysia, 2017-09-27)
      The origin of Panji Foklore Stories, a romantic tale between Panji Asmorobangun and Dewi Sekartaji. Panji Stories tells the story about Kadiri Kingdom get rapid developed in the Majapahit times. This story then spread out ...
    • The Pattern Analysis of Family Business Succession A Study on Medium Scale Family Business in Indonesia 

      Utami, Christina Whidya; Bernardus, Denny; Shinta, Gek (European Research Studies Journal Volume XX, Issue 2A, 2017, 2015-04-24)
      The family business is a business family members have developed, whose ownership and policy-making are dominated by members of a group with emotional kinship. The purpose of this study is to analyze whether the management ...
    • Pattern of Entrepreneurship Approach As Effort to Develop Belahan Temple At Wonosunyo Village, Gempol Sudistrict, Pasuruan, As Tourism Spot 

      Purwoko, Gervasius Herry (Universitas Ciputra, 2014-08-28)
      Wonosunyo Village, Gempol Subregency, which is located at Regency Pasuruan, is a village at the eastern hillside of Penanggungan Mountain which is famous with its cool air and beautiful natural scene. This village is part ...
    • PATTERN OF INNOVATION PROCESSES IN NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: CASE STUDIES ON SME IN INDONESIA 

      Efrata, Tommy Christian; Radianto, Wirawan Endro Dwi; Marlina, Maria Assumpta Evi; Muhammad, Jawahir (Proceeding: International Conference on Humanities, Economy and Technology (ICHET, 2018), 2018-11)
      Product innovation is the key to success in small and medium enterprises. Despite that the process of new product development (NPD) in food manufacturing in small and medium scale has not often been studied. This study ...
    • PENCAPAIAN KEUNGGULAN KOMPETITIF SEBUAH START UP BUSINESS MELALUI OPTIMALISASI FAKTOR EKSTERNAL PERUSAHAAN DI KOTA SURABAYA 

      Pranatasari, Fransisca Desiana (Social Science and Business Research Network (SSBRN) 2016, 2016-08-05)
      The objective of this paper is to determine the impact of loan portfolio concentration on the returns of Indonesian banks. This paper uses a broad set of heuristic approaches to measure diversification and capture the ...
    • Perceived Barriers to Innovation for Start-Up Businesses 

      Liliani, Liliani (Universitas Trisakti, Universitas Tarumanegara, Universitas Pasundan, Universitas Atma Jaya, Universitas Bung Hatta, UAI, Universitas Telkom, Universitas Esa Unggul, 2016-09-20)
      Innovation plays important role in Entrepreneurship by creating competitive advantage and leading to firms’ success in the competition. However, creating valuable innovation demands a lengthy process that has never been ...
    • Perception and Self-Concept Analysis as the Basis of Making Family Planning Ads for Male in Surabaya 

      Utami, Christina Whidya; Teguh, Monika; Wono, Hilda Yunita; Hongdiyanto, Charly (Parahyangan Catholic University, 2018-09-21)
      One of the things that is still in the spotlight for the Surabaya City government is the population density. It makes city officials take strategic steps to increase public participation in family planning program. One of ...
    • The Perception of Medium Scale Entrepreneurs on Credit Decision Making 

      Herdinata, Christian (Mediterranean Center of Social and Educational Research, 2016-01-03)
      The use of credit as a funding source must be based on careful planning and decision making, especially for medium scale entrepreneurs. Incorrect use of credit may cause problems for medium scale entrepreneurs. Therefore, ...
    • Perception of Potential Patients and Doctors Againts Doctors Based Online Consulting Services 

      Limandow, Andrew; Kaihatu, Thomas Stefanus (Universitas Ciputra & Universidade da Paz, 2017-09-06)
      Health is one of the primary need of human beings. In the midst of rapid technological developments, doctor need to improve their service by using technology innovation. One of the innovation can be use is online medical ...
    • Percieved Social Support abd Resiliency among Migrant Students in Entrepreneurship University 

      Yulianto, Jony Eko; Kurniawan, Antonius (UPH Business School, 2016-03-17)
      Multiple features of social support provided by lecturers, parents, friends, and significant others to migrant students (N = 82) in an entrepreneurship university were assessed. The present study attemped to answer three ...
    • Performance Comparison of Intelligent Control of Maximum Power Point Tracking in Photovoltaic System 

      Wonohadidjojo, Daniel M. (Springer, 2016-02-20)
      Abstract In this study, two models of power generation system are developed. They consist of the PV module, boost converter and the controller. The models utilize intelligent controllers, Perturb and Observe algorithm and ...
    • Personal and Social Attributes as Determinants of Entrepreneurial Intention 

      Hongdiyanto, Charly; Laturette, Kazia (Sprint Investify, 2018-08-01)
      The concept of entrepreneurship is an interesting phenomenon in the context of contemporary economy today. Since entrepreneurship is directly linked to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), the existence of SME is ...
    • The Physical Construction of Sense Of Place A Case Study of Ciputra World Shopping Centre of Surabaya 

      Kusumowidagdo, Astrid; Sachari, Dr.Agus; Widodo, Dr.Pribadi (Proceeding International Conference: Culture, Society, Technology And Urban Development In Nusantara – Oktober 2012 – ISBN: 978-602-18955-1-1 – UNPAD Press, 2012-10)
      New shape and concepts and creative ideas exploration with regard to experience creation which has the point of interests for customers in the public spaces of commercial building are often encountered. In this study, a ...
    • Pilgrimage Tourism In The Tomb of Gus Dur 

      Limbing, Lexi Pranata B. (Prince Songkla University, Surat Thani Thailand, 2016-11-17)
      ReligioustourismisoneofthemainproductsofEa-stJava'stourism EastJavaasthebaseofNahdlatulUlatna(NU), religious tourisrn in the Boarding School (Pesantren) Tebuireng area, Jombang, became both an icon and the center of ...
    • PILOT STUDY: ENTREPRENEURIAL SUSTAINABILITY OF COMPLEMENTARY-ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE (CAM) SERVICES IN SURABAYA 

      Liem, Andrian; Rahmawati, Kuncoro Dewi (POLITEKNIK PIKSI GANESHA, BANDUNG, 2014-11-18)
      Complementary-alternative medicine (CAM) has been known for more than 30 years ago in developing countries. The use level of CAM also has been increased significantly in developed countries. Potentiality of CAM in the world ...
    • The Planning of 4PS Marketing Strategy in Apparel Brand Ahimsa 

      Hadiwidjojo, Jasmine Yulina; Bernardus, Denny (The 3rd ICOEN 2016 - Book 1 - Universitas Ciputra, 2016-08-22)
      The purpose of this research is to determine the right marketing strategic for AHIMSA as a soon to be startup company using 4Ps technique. The subject of this research is 1 customer of competitor brand Zara, 1 customer of ...
    • The Planning of Splash N’ Dash Carwash Workshop Seen From Marketing Mix Aspect 

      Octavian, Stephen; Bernardus, Denny (The 3rd ICOEN 2016 - Book 1 - Universitas Ciputra, 2016-08-22)
      Motor vehicles are one of the means for people to do their activities. Every year the number of the vehicles is increasing rapidly. The increase in population and wealth of Indonesia’s population each year equals the ...
    • Point of Sales Application Based on Cloud Computing Adoption For Indonesian Small Medium Enterprise : Qualitative Study 

      Paramita, Adi Suryaputra; Wiradinata, Trianggoro (ACM Proceeding, 2016-11-29)
      ABSTRACT The internet technology and cloud computing development are increasing the opportunity for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to be able adopt information technology at an affordable and does not require an ...
    • Policy Identification of the Working Capital Management of Medium-Sized Business 

      Herdinata, Christian (MCSER-Mediterranean Center of Social and Educational research, 2017-11-10)
      Enterprises use working capital to meet the needs of the organizations in order to perform operational activities. Hence, in order to produce optimal results, companies require sufficient working capital. Medium-scale ...