Lavender is a popular plant not only in the regions of France and China. Export of seeds of these flowers to other countries brings farmers high profits. Since the supply of “purple gold” from France, from countries of Eastern Europe such as Bulgaria and Asia – China has recently declined. Farmers drew attention to this niche in the CIS. Lavender came to Europe from ancient Rome, but today the market is still gaining momentum. After all, lavender is increasingly used as an alternative for various chemical additives and components, and the demand for environmentally friendly products in modern markets is especially growing. For example, today, natural lavender oil is added as a flavoring to washing powders, dishwashing detergents and house cleaning.
Lavender is used in various industries: pharmaceutical, food, cosmetic and others. That is why the profitability of such a business will be very high (up to 8 thousand euros per 1 hectare). In addition, it is important to note that lavender is a perennial plant. Sowed once and earn $ 10,000 a year from the 1st hectare. It is important to correctly draw up a business plan and plan expenses in order to quickly pay back this business idea.
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In 2013, after graduating from the Physics Department of Moscow State University, Mikhail Karavaev got a job as an engineer in a telecommunications company. But he didn’t want to “work for an uncle”: he didn’t like to follow the orders of his boss, and he didn’t like the salary. At that time, he had been fond of cars for several years and watched what pieces of furniture are made from parts by craftsmen in Russia and abroad. In 2015, in the Top Gear program, Mikhail saw a table at the base of which was a car engine, and decided to try to make such a model, his friend Oleg Kalayev joined him.
The friends took the cylinder block as the basis (the basic engine part, the casing without entrails), they bought it for three thousand rubles. The lid was made of glass. The friends presented the resulting table to a friend Continue reading
Vala Belovezhskaya, Head of Begain Group
“Everything is spelled out in the brand book: from the form of the inscription on corporate pens to the rules of professional etiquette. This document is for internal use and for any employee. Knowing this, ask yourself the question: “Do I really need a brand book?” There are two possible answers. The first one is needed if you have a large company, a lot of employees and you attract external marketers and designers for promotion and advertising. The second – not “is needed at all, if you have a small project, you are happy with this and everything suits you. It will be a waste of money.”
You can understand whether a brand book will be useful to you by the following criteria:
You have a large company that has branches in other cities, regions and even countries. In this case, marketing Continue reading