Encouraging Umkm to Upgrade Class Through Business Development Services
The objectives of the study in developing and empowering micro, small and medium enterprises are 1) how to realize micro, small and medium enterprises that can grow and develop into efficient, healthy, and independent business entities. 2) How to realize advanced MSMEs and play an active role in the national economy. 3) How to develop the potential of MSMEs so that they play a role in maintaining domestic market share and being able to penetrate the export market. 4) How to develop the potential of MSMEs to have high growth. These four challenges can be summarized as "how Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Upgrade" This study used a qualitative approach. While the method used is descriptive analysis. The results obtained The test results show that Business Development Services have a significant influence on the performance of MSMEs. The success or performance of small businesses or SMEs Class Up is determined by the company's internal and external factors. It turns out that external factors, not only the government's role in helping small business development but also the role of training and mentoring, consulting, and business information carried out by Business Development services also needed
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