Pemberdayaan Ekonomi Pemilik Usaha Pembuatan Nata de Coco, Dusun Jragan II, Kabupaten Bantul

Herry Maridjo, Y.M.V. Mudayen, Wiwid Wijayanti

Abstract


The purpose of the Science and Technology Implementation of Nata de Coco Business Owners is to
increase the income of the Nata de Coco business owners through education and training on product
processing as well as on the management of their business. The idea of implementing science and
technology for Nata de Coco entrepreneurs stemmed from the fact that nata de coco entrepreneurs were
generally less skilled in processing nata de coco products. The products were less hygienic and were not
marketed under their own trademark. The specific target in IbM's activities was the increasing income of
the nata de coco businessmen. The method used to achieve this goal was a collaborative method through
various trainings, intensive facilitation, hands-on practice, monitoring and evaluation. The outcome of
IbM's program was the production of nata de coco's distinctive, varied, hygienic, and delicious products
so that the sales turnover and the nata de coco craftsmen income continue to increase.


Keywords


produk nata de coco, higienis, wirausaha

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