Improving Business Performance: A Proposed Model for SMEs

Endi Rekarti, Caturida Meiwanto Doktoralina
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XX, Issue 3A, 613-623, 2017
EOI: 10.11214/thalassinos.20.04.041

Abstract:

Culinary revenues comprise some of the main sources contributing to an increase in the Global Tourism Competitiveness Index and Region Own Source Revenue (ROSR). The high number of Small Medium Entrepreneurship (SME) traditional restaurants should increase ROSR.However, the revenue from this sector has not yet been optimised due to a lack of business performance. Traditional restaurants are losing their market to modern chain restaurants, some of which are franchises from outside Indonesia. How SME are coached viewed from the aspects of marketing capability and accountability accounting is the main issue of this paper. Both capabilities are expected to improve adaptability and, in turn, performance. This paper tries to trace the theoretical model of proposals regarding how both capabilities can affect performance directly or through adaptability. This study is very rare; one like it has never been conducted concerning SMEs, especially models that explain the existing phenomenon in Indonesia. Hopefully, this study will provide advanced research guidance and convenience to the government for SME traditional restaurants’ coaching approach in encouraging culinary tourism and economic development.


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