Community practices-Faculty of Economics and Business sciences

2018-Business Studies

Director: economist Sebastián Cárdenas Zambrano
Project: Proposal for the internationalization of SMEs in the chemical sector.
number of students to participate for academic period: 75
Teacher Number: One.
Summary: The project presents a proposal for the internationalization of SMEs in the chemical sector. It seeks to contribute with a new clear idea of projecting the processes of international trade and new markets of this sector with companies that work with the CAPIG. This will be done through research to follow up the international environment and give SMEs a broad view of possibilities that increase their sales, increase their profitability and lower their risks in the current market that is being lived.


2018-Economy

Director: economist Emilio Gallardo González
Project: Strengthening of farmers in the agricultural center of Palestine-Guayas.
number of students to participate for academic period: 35
Teacher Number: One.
Summary: The project will be executed by students of the Faculty of Economics and Business sciences through participatory mechanisms. A program will be designed and implemented to improve the administrative management of rice producers, who are partners of the Palestinian Agricultural Centre. The project will last for eleven months and includes five months for the diagnostic and design phases and six months for implementation. The program is expected to become the management and business model of rice producers who are beneficiaries of this project.


2018-Authorized public accounting

Director: engineer Christian Morán Montalvo
Project: Financing alternatives for SMEs in the metalworking sector associated to the CAPIG (small industry Chamber of Guayas, in the city of Guayaquil).
number of students to participate for academic period: 60
Teacher Number: One.
Summary: This project aims to establish financial tools that help to obtain better results when managing alternative financing to the bank or with it. The importance of the project is based on the need to establish whether the companies of the metalworking sector associated with CAPIG have a good management of their financial assets, as well as the transparency of their operations. Through objectives that aim to achieve a linkage that stimulates good practices in SMEs in the management of asymmetry in information.

The present work of linkage with the company will revolve according to 3 alternatives of financing for the SMEs: 1) syndicated obligations, 2) association of Income, 3) insurance of reciprocal guarantees. It culminates with a portfolio analysis of the companies linked to the metalworking sector.


2017-Business Studies

Director: Econ. Sebastián Cárdenas.
Project: Proposal for the internationalization of SMEs in the metalworking sector.
number of students to participate for academic period: 25
Teacher Number: 1
Resumen: El proyecto que presenta una propuesta para la Internationalization of SMEs in the plastics and rubber sector seeks to contribute with a new clear idea of projecting the processes of international trade and new markets of this sector with companies that work with the CAPIG, through objectives that have as Aim to achieve an investigation that will follow up the international environment and give SME companies a broader view of possibilities that increase their sales, increase their profitability and lower their risks in the current market that is being lived.


2017-Economy

Director: Econ. Emilio Gallardo González.
Project: Strategies for the development social productive of Barranca Central.
number of students to participate for academic period: 20
Teacher Number: 2
Summary: The project will be coordinated by students of the Faculty of Economics and Business Sciences, and promote strategic alliances with the Faculty of Systems of the UEES, with the purpose of implementing a model of socio-productive development. Project contemplates two objectives; Establish a computer center and promote productive entrepreneurship with a gender focus to provide knowledge, skills and skills for women in the community, as well as to provide administrative and financial knowledge to small producers Rice of the community in a period of 12 months. The economic project will focus on improving the population's income. Productive endeavors and capacity building will be promoted through training and administrative assistance for potential ventures. The social component will focus on overcoming illiteracy and digital divide in the community of Barranca Central.


2017-Authorized public accounting

Director: Eng. Christian Oswaldo Moran Montalvo.
Project: Measurement of the financial solvency, the administration of working capital and corporate governance in the SMEs of the metalworking Sector in the city of Guayaquil.
number of students to participate for academic period: 25
Teacher Number: 1
Summary: This project aims to establish business skills towards 3 attitudes to interest groups and are 1) financial solvency, 2) Capital adequacy and 3 corporate governments. The importance of raising this project of linkage is based on the need to establish whether the companies of the metalworking sector associated with the CAPIG maintain their commitment to the society and also of a good administration of their financial assets, As well as the transparency of their operations. Through objectives that aim to achieve research that will follow up relations with corporate governance, financial sufficiency and Capital administration. All this in order that SMEs have other financing alternatives both nationally and internationally.


2016

Project: To develop a pilot program for the creation of an SME observatory for the Faculty of Economics and Business Sciences of the UEES.
Summary: It is important to consider that the importance of SMEs is not only in their redistributive potential and their ability to generate employment, but also in their competitive capacity when incorporated into the production process under appropriate conditions. As described above, it is necessary to incorporate tools that work as a point of support for decision-making. Incorporating this support tool is the global vision of the Faculty of Economics by proposing the development of the SME Observatory, which will provide informational support on statistics, financial, market, technology for better decision-making The participants.

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