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Title: THE MECHANISM OF ATTRACTING FOREIGN INVESTMENTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENTS OF INNOVATIVE ACTIVITY (COCA-COLA COMPANY AS A CASE STUDY)
Other Titles: Механізм залучення іноземних інвестицій для розвитку інноваційної діяльності підприємства (на прикладі компанії Coca-cola))
Authors: Ikeahvu Favour Kelechi
Affiliation: Ternopil Ivan Pul'uj National Technical University 56 Ruska str., 46001, Ternopil, Ukraine
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Ikeahvu Favour Kelechi. THE MECHANISM OF ATTRACTING FOREIGN INVESTMENTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENTS OF INNOVATIVE ACTIVITY (COCA-COLA COMPANY AS A CASE STUDY) : кваліфікаційна робота магістра за спеціальністю „073 — менеджмент“ / Ikeahvu Favour Kelechi. — Тернопіль: ТНТУ, 2021. — 66 с.
Issue Date: 20-Dec-2021
Submitted date: 20-Dec-2021
Date of entry: 12-Jan-2022
Country (code): UA
Place of the edition/event: Тернопільський національний технічний університет імені Івана Пулюя
Supervisor: Vovk, Iryna
Вовк, Ірина Петрівна
Committee members: Сороківська, Олена Анатоліївна
Keywords: 073
менеджмент
innovation
inovative
activity
foreign
investment
enterprise
policy
Abstract: Кваліфікаційна робота на здобуття освітнього ступеня магістр за спеціальністю 073 «Менеджмент» спеціалізації «Управління інноваційною діяльністю» – Тернопільський національний технічний університет імені Івана Пулюя, – Тернопіль, 2021.Об'єктом дослідження є механізм залучення іноземних інвестицій для розвитку інноваційної діяльності підприємства. Метою роботи є розроблення комплексу заходів щодо залучення іноземних інвестицій для розвитку інноваційної діяльності підприємства. В роботі запропоновано концепцію інноваційної діяльності та залучення іноземних інвестицій для розвитку підприємств компанії Coca-cola.
Qualification work for the master's degree in specialty 073 - "Management" specialization "Innovation Management"- Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University, - Ternopil, 2021. The object of research is mechanism for attracting foreign investment for the development of innovative activities of the enterprise. The aim of the work is is the development of a set of measures to attract foreign investment for the development of innovative activities of the enterprise. The paper establishes the concept of innovation and tries to fashion out strategies to attract foreign investment for its development in the Coca-Cola enterprise.
Content: INTRODUCTION... 3 1. THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF ENTERPRISES INNOVATIVE DEVELOPMENT... 5 1.1. Theoretical basis of innovative activity... 5 1.2. Foreign investment as an important component of innovative activity... 12 1.3. Methods of research... 15 2. ANALYTICAL EVALUATION OF THE COCA COLA COMPANY... 20 2. 1. General characteristics of the enterprise... 20 2.2. Analysis of industrial and economic activity of the enterprise... 26 2.3. Co-operation between the Coca-Cola Enterprise and the Service Industry... 33 3. FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS... 37 3.1. Recommended mechanisms for attracting foreign investment for innovative activity in the Coca-Cola enterprise... 37 3.2. Recommendations for improvement of economic activity at Coca-Cola... 43 3.3. Recommendations for the management of the company... 44 3.4.Recommendations for the management of the company 48 4. LABOUR PROTECTION AND SAFETY IN EMERGENCIES….. 51 4.1.Occupation Health in the workplace... 51 4.2. Emergency plan at the workplace... 52 CONCLUSIONS... 55 REFERENCES... 57
URI: http://elartu.tntu.edu.ua/handle/lib/37182
Copyright owner: © Ikeahvu Favour Kelechi, 2021
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