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Marketing functions can be divided into those that are under the full control of marketing specialists, which are focused on communication (contract functions), and those functions in which marketers only participate as part of a team (product functions).” (...) The 4 Ps of marketing are Product, Price, Place and Promotion . (...) Product   Building and Living with Wood - 11 modules (wood for good, Timber Research and Development Association (TRADA), and Institute of Wood Science, UK) Designing with Wood (Auburn University, USA) Introduction to the Behavior and Design of Timber Structures * (Washington State University, USA) Marketing for Wood Products Companies * (Virginia Cooperative Extension, USA) MSc in Forestry and Forest Products (Bangor University of Wales, UK) Specific Guide for Proper Use of Timber * (The Wood Marketing Federation of Ireland) Tool Tech Training Video-based: Wood Processing (Online American Rental Association) Wood Products Training * (Adanac Wood Product, USA)   Price   Selling Forest Products (Virginia Tech Online, USA)   Place   Management of the Logistics Network and Electronic Affairs of the Forest Products Industry (Consortium de Recherche FORAC, Canada)   Promotion   Building Material and Forest Products Marketing (Amherst, University of Massachusetts, USA) Cedar Marketing and Promotion Course * (Real Cedar, Western Red Cedar Lumber Association, USA) Forest Products Marketing Online* (University of Helsinki, Finland) Wood Supply Game * (Consortium de Recherche FORAC, Canada)   Forest Products Marketing and Forestry undergraduate, graduate and general courses   Advanced Sales Training in Forest Product Industry (Virginia Tech, USA) Bachelor of Science in Forestry and Forest Engineering (University of New Brunswick, Canada) Distance based Paper Science and Engineering Graduate Courses (North Carolina State University, USA) Distance learning Master of Wood and Paper Science (North Carolina State University, USA) E-learning on forest ergonomics (in German) * (Forest Training Facility of North Rhine Westphalia) Forest Biology and Ecology for Educators Online Course (Virgina Tech Online, USA) Forest Management, Wood Processing and Trade Companies (Global Forestry Services, Malaysia) Forest machine operator courses (in French) * (Fonds national d'Assurance Formation des Salariés des Exploitations et entreprises Agricoles, France) Forest Products Marketing Certificate Post-Graduate Course (University of New Brunswick, Canada) Marketing courses (in Romanian) * (Academia Online, Romania) Masters of Wood and Paper Science (North Carolina State University, USA) Sustainable Timber Marketing and Harversting General Course (Virginia Forest Landowner Education, USA)   General Forest Products Marketing and Forestry information links   Agroforestry e-journal (Agroforestry Net, USA) Canadian Forestry and Forest Products (Canadian Forests) China Wood Market Information (China Wood International) Forest Products Marketing Publications (US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service) Forest Products Publications (Washington State University, USA) Forestry and Wood Products (West Virginia University, USA) Forestry Business Management and Marketing Publications (Oregon State University, USA) Forestry, Wood and Furniture Research and Training (Innovawood, Ireland) Global Association of Online Foresters Guide to export Solid Wood Products (Foreign Agricultural Service, USA) Harvesting and Marketing Publications (Iowa State University, USA) Information on Forest Products Marketing (Mater Engineering, USA) Latest news on Forest Products Marketing (IHB Fordaq Network, Belgium) Leading Information on Engineered Wood Products (APA, The Engineered Wood Association, USA) Logging and Sawmilling Journal (Forestnet.com, Canada) Madison's Canadian Lumber Journal (Forestnet.com, Canada) Marketing Timber and Alternative Woodland Crops Publications (North Carolina Extension Cooperation) Swiss and EU Market Survey on Timber and Timber Products (Swiss Import Promotion Programme) Timber West Journal (Forestnet.com, USA) Timber Marketing Publications (Purdue University, USA) Using E-Commerce in the Forest Products Industry and links (Penn State University and Oregon State University, USA) Virtual Forestry Library (Finnish Forest Research Institute) Wood On-line Information (Western Wood Products Association, USA) Wood Products:International Trade and Foreign Market (Foreign Agricultural Service, USA) Wood School Links of Canada and USA (General Wood Manufacturing Industry High School Curriculum)     * Free On-line courses   DISCLAIMER: The links and references to third-party web sites are not under the control of the United Nations and the United Nations is not responsible for the content of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site.
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Score: 908926.8 - https://unece.org/zh-hans/node/7036
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Marketing functions can be divided into those that are under the full control of marketing specialists, which are focused on communication (contract functions), and those functions in which marketers only participate as part of a team (product functions).” (...) The 4 Ps of marketing are Product, Price, Place and Promotion . (...) Product   Building and Living with Wood - 11 modules (wood for good, Timber Research and Development Association (TRADA), and Institute of Wood Science, UK) Designing with Wood (Auburn University, USA) Introduction to the Behavior and Design of Timber Structures * (Washington State University, USA) Marketing for Wood Products Companies * (Virginia Cooperative Extension, USA) MSc in Forestry and Forest Products (Bangor University of Wales, UK) Specific Guide for Proper Use of Timber * (The Wood Marketing Federation of Ireland) Tool Tech Training Video-based: Wood Processing (Online American Rental Association) Wood Products Training * (Adanac Wood Product, USA)   Price   Selling Forest Products (Virginia Tech Online, USA)   Place   Management of the Logistics Network and Electronic Affairs of the Forest Products Industry (Consortium de Recherche FORAC, Canada)   Promotion   Building Material and Forest Products Marketing (Amherst, University of Massachusetts, USA) Cedar Marketing and Promotion Course * (Real Cedar, Western Red Cedar Lumber Association, USA) Forest Products Marketing Online* (University of Helsinki, Finland) Wood Supply Game * (Consortium de Recherche FORAC, Canada)   Forest Products Marketing and Forestry undergraduate, graduate and general courses   Advanced Sales Training in Forest Product Industry (Virginia Tech, USA) Bachelor of Science in Forestry and Forest Engineering (University of New Brunswick, Canada) Distance based Paper Science and Engineering Graduate Courses (North Carolina State University, USA) Distance learning Master of Wood and Paper Science (North Carolina State University, USA) E-learning on forest ergonomics (in German) * (Forest Training Facility of North Rhine Westphalia) Forest Biology and Ecology for Educators Online Course (Virgina Tech Online, USA) Forest Management, Wood Processing and Trade Companies (Global Forestry Services, Malaysia) Forest machine operator courses (in French) * (Fonds national d'Assurance Formation des Salariés des Exploitations et entreprises Agricoles, France) Forest Products Marketing Certificate Post-Graduate Course (University of New Brunswick, Canada) Marketing courses (in Romanian) * (Academia Online, Romania) Masters of Wood and Paper Science (North Carolina State University, USA) Sustainable Timber Marketing and Harversting General Course (Virginia Forest Landowner Education, USA)   General Forest Products Marketing and Forestry information links   Agroforestry e-journal (Agroforestry Net, USA) Canadian Forestry and Forest Products (Canadian Forests) China Wood Market Information (China Wood International) Forest Products Marketing Publications (US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service) Forest Products Publications (Washington State University, USA) Forestry and Wood Products (West Virginia University, USA) Forestry Business Management and Marketing Publications (Oregon State University, USA) Forestry, Wood and Furniture Research and Training (Innovawood, Ireland) Global Association of Online Foresters Guide to export Solid Wood Products (Foreign Agricultural Service, USA) Harvesting and Marketing Publications (Iowa State University, USA) Information on Forest Products Marketing (Mater Engineering, USA) Latest news on Forest Products Marketing (IHB Fordaq Network, Belgium) Leading Information on Engineered Wood Products (APA, The Engineered Wood Association, USA) Logging and Sawmilling Journal (Forestnet.com, Canada) Madison's Canadian Lumber Journal (Forestnet.com, Canada) Marketing Timber and Alternative Woodland Crops Publications (North Carolina Extension Cooperation) Swiss and EU Market Survey on Timber and Timber Products (Swiss Import Promotion Programme) Timber West Journal (Forestnet.com, USA) Timber Marketing Publications (Purdue University, USA) Using E-Commerce in the Forest Products Industry and links (Penn State University and Oregon State University, USA) Virtual Forestry Library (Finnish Forest Research Institute) Wood On-line Information (Western Wood Products Association, USA) Wood Products:International Trade and Foreign Market (Foreign Agricultural Service, USA) Wood School Links of Canada and USA (General Wood Manufacturing Industry High School Curriculum)     * Free On-line courses   DISCLAIMER: The links and references to third-party web sites are not under the control of the United Nations and the United Nations is not responsible for the content of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site.
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Score: 908926.8 - https://unece.org/es/node/7036
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SMEs participate and win most frequently in public tenders below 50,000 euros organised in open tender procedure, but do not do well in complex or non-competitive procedures for high value procurement 3. SMEs excel at online shopping and constitute 89 per cent of suppliers active on the online marketplace MEPA New market access for SMEs in Cyprus 9 1. Electronic public procurement was designed to minimise transaction costs and remove geographical barriers for SMEs and it worked, number of SMEs suppliers doubled 2. Online market – SMEs are invited to publish e-catalogues, process orders electronically and receive quick online payments 3. Online shopping on e-Agora is good value for government – direct award contracts are avoided and up-to-date online recorded prices inform government about situation on the markets Ukraine – how much SMEs benefit from electronic tenders on Prozorro?
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Score: 904743.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../s01_02_eliza_niewiadomska.pdf
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On 22 February 2007, the P-5 post of Chief of the Publishing Section, in the Meetings and Publishing Division, DGACM, was advertised on Galaxy, the former online United Nations jobsite. 5. The Applicant, who had applied for the post, was invited for an interview. (...) The documents placed on record by the Respondent show that the candidate selected, who previously worked in the News and Media Division of the Department of Public Information, was reassigned effective from 1 September 2002 with no change in level to the United Nations Publications Sales and Marketing Section within the Library and Information Resources Division, in the same Department, and that he remained in that Section until he was promoted to the next level in September 2006. (...) His personal history profile also states that, as an information officer from June 2000 to August 2002, he participated in the launch and implementation of a pilot project and that, when he was working in the United Nations Publications Sales and Marketing Section, he “[s]upervise[d] marketing, technology and bookshop staff”, was responsible for “management of the contracted staff” and “oversaw the launch of a newly developed e-commerce driven website”.
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Score: 901368.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2011-173e.pdf
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©FAO/Teopista Mutesi 06/05/2021 The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Rwanda Development Board (RDB) have unveiled Rwanda’s first ever National Strategy on E-commerce in Agriculture Value Chains to strengthen promotion of online trading in agricultural products to enhance access to markets. (...) The Strategy was developed through the FAO project “Support Local supplier’s Capacity Development and Promotion of E-commerce for Agricultural Value Chains in Rwanda”, which also developed webpages for 20 businesses to introduce them and build their capacities on the use of online marketing. “The E-commerce in agriculture will boost the capacity of SMEs in Rwanda to export and trade efficiently locally, but most importantly will contribute to agribusiness development in the country. (...) Currently the commonly purchased products on the local online markets are personal Computers, mobile phones, travel bookings and clothing, among others.
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Score: 900458 - https://www.fao.org/rwanda/news/detail-events/es/c/1397990/
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©FAO/Teopista Mutesi 06/05/2021 The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Rwanda Development Board (RDB) have unveiled Rwanda’s first ever National Strategy on E-commerce in Agriculture Value Chains to strengthen promotion of online trading in agricultural products to enhance access to markets. (...) The Strategy was developed through the FAO project “Support Local supplier’s Capacity Development and Promotion of E-commerce for Agricultural Value Chains in Rwanda”, which also developed webpages for 20 businesses to introduce them and build their capacities on the use of online marketing. “The E-commerce in agriculture will boost the capacity of SMEs in Rwanda to export and trade efficiently locally, but most importantly will contribute to agribusiness development in the country. (...) Currently the commonly purchased products on the local online markets are personal Computers, mobile phones, travel bookings and clothing, among others.
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Score: 900458 - https://www.fao.org/rwanda/news/detail-events/en/c/1397990/
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FAO Moldova supports returning migrant workers and remittance-funded businesses in increasing their capacity to market agricultural products online | Decent Rural Employment | منظمة الأغذية والزراعة للأمم المتحدة FAO.org العربية english français Decent Rural Employment Background Work areas Agricultural sub-sectors Resources Toolbox Policy Database News Publications Good Practices E-learning Videos Infographics Newsletter archive Presentations FAO Moldova supports returning migrant workers and remittance-funded businesses in increasing their capacity to market agricultural products online 10/02/2022 February 1, 2022, Chisinau  - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is supporting smallholder farmers in the Republic of Moldova through delivery of technical workshops in adopting digital tools and technologies meant to enhance their access to markets and increase sales of their agricultural products. The series of capacity building activities was warranted by the findings of the feasibility study on the development of the online platform for sales of agricultural products, which highlighted the importance to develop skills in relation to the presentation and online marketing of products. (...) I became accustomed with new tools to help me take good pictures of my products I want to market online. In the past, I thought it was easy taking a picture and marketing a product, but now I have completely changed my mind.
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Score: 899686.7 - https://www.fao.org/rural-empl...resources/detail/ar/c/1471689/
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FAO Moldova supports returning migrant workers and remittance-funded businesses in increasing their capacity to market agricultural products online | Decent Rural Employment | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english français Decent Rural Employment Background Work areas Agricultural sub-sectors Resources Toolbox Policy Database News Publications Good Practices E-learning Videos Infographics Newsletter archive Presentations FAO Moldova supports returning migrant workers and remittance-funded businesses in increasing their capacity to market agricultural products online 10/02/2022 February 1, 2022, Chisinau  - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is supporting smallholder farmers in the Republic of Moldova through delivery of technical workshops in adopting digital tools and technologies meant to enhance their access to markets and increase sales of their agricultural products. The series of capacity building activities was warranted by the findings of the feasibility study on the development of the online platform for sales of agricultural products, which highlighted the importance to develop skills in relation to the presentation and online marketing of products. (...) I became accustomed with new tools to help me take good pictures of my products I want to market online. In the past, I thought it was easy taking a picture and marketing a product, but now I have completely changed my mind.
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Score: 899686.7 - https://www.fao.org/rural-empl...resources/detail/en/c/1471689/
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FAO Moldova supports returning migrant workers and remittance-funded businesses in increasing their capacity to market agricultural products online | Empleo rural decente | Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura FAO.org english français Español Empleo rural decente Antecedentes Áreas de trabajo Subsectores agrícolas Recursos Toolbox Policy Database Noticias Publicaciones Buenas prácticas Aprendizaje en línea Vídeos Infografías Archivo de boletines Presentaciones FAO Moldova supports returning migrant workers and remittance-funded businesses in increasing their capacity to market agricultural products online 10/02/2022 February 1, 2022, Chisinau  - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is supporting smallholder farmers in the Republic of Moldova through delivery of technical workshops in adopting digital tools and technologies meant to enhance their access to markets and increase sales of their agricultural products. The series of capacity building activities was warranted by the findings of the feasibility study on the development of the online platform for sales of agricultural products, which highlighted the importance to develop skills in relation to the presentation and online marketing of products. (...) I became accustomed with new tools to help me take good pictures of my products I want to market online. In the past, I thought it was easy taking a picture and marketing a product, but now I have completely changed my mind.
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Score: 899686.7 - https://www.fao.org/rural-empl...resources/detail/es/c/1471689/
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The online job market trace in Latin America and the Caribbean | Publication | Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Skip to main content United Nations Español English Português About ECLAC Executive Secretary Headquarters and offices Library CEPAL Review Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Menu Home Work areas 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Gender affairs International trade and integration Economic development Production, productivity and management Social development Sustainable development and human settlements Statistics Planning for development (ILPES) Population and development Natural resources Cooperation Publications Data and statistics Training Press Centre Events Home Work areas 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Gender affairs International trade and integration Economic development Production, productivity and management Social development Sustainable development and human settlements Statistics Planning for development (ILPES) Population and development Natural resources Cooperation Publications Data and statistics Training Press Centre Events Search About ECLAC Executive Secretary Headquarters and offices Library CEPAL Review ES EN PT You are here Home » Publications » The online job market trace in Latin America and the Caribbean Available in: English The online job market trace in Latin America and the Caribbean August 2020 | Project Documents, Studies and Research Papers » Project documents Economic development Author: Hilbert, Martin R. - Lu, Kangbo UN symbol.: LC/TS.2020/83 79 p. Editorial: ECLAC August 2020 Download Publication pdf Description Jobs intermediated by online platforms have become a central pillar of labour markets in Latin America and the Caribbean. Public online platforms inevitably leave digital trace data that can be used as a source of information regarding online labour supply and demand.
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Score: 897544.5 - https://www.cepal.org/en/publi...ce-latin-america-and-caribbean
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