Click once, Colibri Bird Cake Pun Fly Home!

Jakarta – For fans of cake, cakes gently biting it feels very nice. Especially if his cake moist, not too sweet, and beautiful. It feels twice the bribe is not enough! His cake delivered to the house. No need to get stuck in traffic! Yum, yum!

Along with the development of technology, now many cottage industry selling food online. Cake is one of the many products offered through the website or social networking. Cakes and packaging quality is not lost with renowned cake shop.

Buy cake online from a lot of choice. No need to go to where he tired. Stay browsing the website, select the product from the catalog, then book via the Internet or telephone. Payment is usually made via transfer or COD (cash on delivery). At the appointed time, Meals to the desired location!

One of the online cake business is Minilovebites.com. The business is run by Venita Daben, radio show host and announcer, with his youngest sister, Ifa Daben. They sell the whole cake and cupcake pieces as well as a variety of flavors. We also tried to spoil the tongue with their homemade cake without getting out of the office.

There are six flavors offered cake. Strawberry Shortcake is a classic, and Salted Caramel Walnut Hummingbird containing peanuts, as well as Ra

6 Decades of experience Tata Motors Enough To Compete in Indonesia?

India became one of the Asian tigers after China, of course it is very reasonable considering the potential of the industry in India is estimated to be on the increase in every year.

One industry that was writhing in India is automotive. They have a Tata Motors car brand. Tata Motors has even become a world player by buying luxury car brands such as Jaguar and Land Rover.

detikOto and 10 colleagues from the Indonesian media doing a special interview with Karl Sylm who now served as Managing Director of Tata Motors Limited, and other officials at Tata Motors. Here are excerpts of the interview:

1. Experience what it will be brought to market Tata Motors Indonesia? Because Tata Motors will compete directly with the Japanese and European manufacturers, and how you distribute and make sure Tata will be accepted in Indonesia?

Karl Sylm (KS): Thank you for your question. But to answer the difference our commercial vehicles and our position in Indonesia will be answered by Pisharody (Ravindra Pisharody-Executive Director-Commercial Vehicles Tata Motors Limited).

Our experience in domestic and international markets it has entered the age of 60 years, but in fact for the Indian market we have exceeded that time, but for the international market has been 60 years since 1961.

We make sure the products we sell are the best products, more focused on customers who have adapted to the Indonesian market. I think you give us a comparison with Chinese products in Indonesia, but we have a business model and all the products are readily accepted in all markets (global).

I think we are very experienced for 60 years in various countries and groups, we are also very experienced in doing business in international markets. So I think we are very experience, we have been successful and find out who we (Tata Motors) and different from other Indonesian market. In particular I would ask Ravi and Ranjit to add.

Ravi Pisharody (RP): Like what Mr Slym said, we have exported for commercial vehicles since 1961 and has had more than 50 years to sell vehicles outside India.

We have a unique porpolio and I think not only our unique from India or Asia but overall we did have a uniqueness. You have seen all our products, which initially we only sell 20 thousand rupees and now we’ve been able to sell up to 50 or 60 lakh rupees.

So is the case of passenger vehicles, initially we only introduce the Nano and now have a larger vehicle (MPV and SUV). So I think if you look at our portfolio then it could be said of our products can be used in many countries, especially developing countries. And we have a very good portfolio.

We already have 50 market share in many countries such as Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal. And even in some markets in Africa, South Europe we really have a market share of up to two-digit market share.

So we are not going to enter a market (if not actually) so it is not possible for us to enter the market and then leave the market because we do not succeed or lose interest.

Indonesian markets have in common with the Indian market, so I think that our product will be successful and become a born popular in Indonesia. And to provide an example for you otu

Sales at Hypermart Selling Well, the Sun Gets Rp 63 Billion Profit

PT Matahari Putra Prima Tbk (MPPA) recorded a rise in net income during the first quarter of 2013 to Rp 63.2 billion. The figure was up 53.96% of the net profit the same period the previous year which only Rp 29 billion.

The company’s net profit increase was supported by higher revenues in the first quarter of 2013 which reached Rp 2.6 trillion, up 13.04% from the same period revenue last year amounted to Rp 2.3 trillion.

Acquisition of the company’s revenue is contributed full of Matahari Food Division (MFD), which is more than 90% is the result of the Hypermart.

This performance can not be directly compared with last year’s performance, due to the divestiture of assets / non-core business at the end of 2012 ago.

Since its launch in 2004 Hypermart, MFD scored a CAGR growth rate of 27.9%, which is the core strength of the Company’s growth and future prospects.

Operating profit also rose 32.2% to USD 74.6 billion from USD 56.4 billion last year. EBITDA reached USD 165 billion.

MPPA now recorded net interest income of USD 6.9 billion in the first quarter of 2013, higher than net interest expense of Rp 5.6 billion last year. This is due to lower interest expense of Rp 38.3 billion from Rp 62.7 billion last year, in line with the Company’s plan for the payment of the debt from the results obtained from the divestment of non-core end of last year.

Throughout the first quarter of 2013, the company has opened 2 new Hypermart stores located in Jakabaring, Palembang and Ambon.

New outlets Jakabaring further strengthen market dominance Hypermart in West Sumatra, while new outlets Ambon, which is a second outlet in the Maluku islands, also further strengthen market penetration and expansion Hypermart landing in eastern Indonesia.

In 2013, the Hypermart plans to open 20 new outlets across Indonesia.

“It makes us a hypermarket operator with the highest growth rates. Hypermart We will deliver the 100th will be operated at the end of 2013 and will be the largest and leading hypermarket retailer in Indonesia,” said Benjamin Mailool MPPA President in his press conference, in Jakarta, Monday (06/03/2013).

In the same period, MPPA also welcome Temasek Holding a significant shareholder with a plan to have a 26.1% ownership stake in the MPPA.

Together with PT Multipolar Tbk (MLPL) as the majority shareholder with a 50.2% stake, MPPA will get a more solid support from shareholders in its aim to develop the retail business forward.

“We are proud to see MPPA still carve out a good performance in the first quarter of 2013 despite having to operate in a challenging market environment,” said Benjamin.

In addition, the divestment of non-core as well as the successful participation as a strategic shareholder Temasek increasingly bring MPPA achieve its mission to be the No. 1 modern FMCG retailer in Indonesia in the next short period.

“MPPA is a leading modern FMCG retailer in Indonesia, which has the widest network of stores by 82 hypermarkets, 28 supermarkets, 80 pharmacy outlets that operate in more than 52 cities across Indonesia,” he said.

Dinosaurs helmet from Surabaya

Surabaya – Helmets today are not only serves as a protective head alone, but can also be used to style because of the current helmet also can be used as a fashion product.

Philosophy that is embraced by Christian Susanto seems that the creative helm creating a layered synthetic materials with a motif that was quite funny.

“From childhood I love art, so rather than just simply having fun alone, no one dong if all are sold,” he said when contacted detikOto, Tuesday (1/9/2009).

He started the cottage industry is still relatively new, so-called Dino Egg helmet too is according to the man who is usually called Chris has just introduced a week ago.

“I want to see the market response first, that if only good market response, I will multiply the production,” he said.

That’s according to Chris considered reasonable, because in addition to the new still, the ingredients to make this helmet, especially synthetic fabrics still had her imported from abroad.

“When my brother went overseas, I definitely nitip material,” he said.

Chris offered price for a helmet was deemed still plausible that
only Rp 170 thousand per unit. The price is still the same for half face helmets and full face. As for color choices, Chris provides a green, yellow and red.

Amazingly, the man who had just finished graduate this economy turned out to do it all alone. “I find that negerjain ranging from helmets to sew the material,” said the man who lives in Surabaya proud.

And more unique, inspiration makes this helmet turns Dino Egg acquired Chris of games he likes the Mario Bros. since childhood.

“As a kid I really play it like Mario Bros, now in the game there are dinosaur character, character is what I love inspiration make Dino Egg,” he explained.

Chris pioneered this effort in acungi deserves two thumbs up, especially in these difficult times a lot of people working hard to find. “From the idle at home, mending I work on what I can mas,” he concluded.

Nissan Global Production Decline

Nissan reported global production fell 4.7 percent in June 2013 to just 418 141 units. Japan became the largest contributor to minus 7.9 per cent to 91,919 units, while the rest of the country fell 3.7 percent to 326 222 units of which Mexico experienced 5.8 percent (59,594 units), England 1 percent (45,842 units), Spain reduced 10.6 percent (12,257 units), China dropped 12.4 percent (91,082 units) and the rest of minus 1.7 per cent (49,566 units). Unless America, it rose 27.4 percent to 67,881 units due to sales rebound from Leaf, Pathfinder and Altima.

Results As a result of last month, Nissan production until the sixth month fell 5.6 percent to 2.41 million units. Japan fell 22.8 percent manjadi 446 363 units, U.S. 392 975 units (down 19.7 percent), and other areas 31.6.490 units (down 11.7 percent).

In terms of sales, performance last month also fell 5.9 percent to 420 296 units. Japan is mired in the most up 12.4 percent to 37,302 units, the rest (outside of Japan) dropped 6.7 percent to 363 851 units. U.S. sales rose by 12.9 percent to 104,124 units, thanks to a rebound request Altima, Leaf, Rogue, and Pathfinder. Europe was still recovering condition, fell 16.2 percent to 54,985 units, China 101 364 units (down 7.7 percent) and the remaining 73,354 units (down 11.6 percent).

Nissan’s global sales in the first half of this year fell 3.8 percent to 2.52 million units. Japan fell 4.4 percent to 266,243 units and the remaining 2,176 million units (down 3.6 percent).

India May industrial output shrinks surprise 1.6%

India’s industrial output shrank by a shock 1.6 percent in May from a year ago, data showed Friday, adding to mounting gloom about Asia’s third-largest economy.

The contraction in output by factories, mines and utilities was far below market forecasts of a 1.5-percent rise while in another blow, April’s industrial output growth was revised to 1.8 percent from 2.8 percent expansion earlier.

“Industrial recovery is not yet in sight — this is definitely a surprise on the downside,” D.K. Joshi, chief economist of India’s leading credit rating agency Crisil, told AFP.

The figures marked more grim reading for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s Congress-led government which is desperately hoping for an economic rebound before elections due in the first half of 2014.

“Industry has slipped into a serious crisis,” said business leader Rajkumar Dhoot, as the data showed manufacturing, which accounts for three-quarters of the Index of Industrial Production, had slumped by 2.0 percent in May.

Dhoot, chief of the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry, predicted “large-scale job losses” in the country of 1.2 billion people and pointed to production shutdowns already announced by the once-booming car sector.

Despite the weakness, the central bank is ill-placed to cut interest rates to kickstart the economy with the rupee near lifetime lows and separate data Friday showing retail price inflation climbing to 10.13 percent in June from 9.65 percent in May.

“For any policymaker, it is a very challenging time. You have urgent situations over the rupee, inflation and now manufacturing,” Joshi said.

“There is no magic wand except that the government must start implementing some of the economic reforms it has been promising,” he said.

While the bank has cut rates three times since the start of 2013 following an aggressive hiking spree, borrowing costs remain high.

The disappointing data comes as Finance Minister P. Chidambaram is in the United States this week on his second trip in three months to woo foreign investment — seen as key to strengthening the currency and spurring growth.

But he is seen as hampered by political opposition at home to more steps to prise open India’s still heavily state-dominated economy and investor concerns about widespread corruption.

India’s economy has been struggling under high interest rates, strong consumer inflation and weak domestic and foreign investment, as well as a string of graft scandals.

The government has forecast the economy will grow by at least six percent in the financial year that began April 1, after expanding by five percent last year — its slowest pace in a decade.

But private economists have been reducing their forecasts in the past few months with most seeing growth in the five-to-six percent range.

In one piece of positive news out of Friday’s string of downbeat data, June’s trade deficit narrowed from the previous month as gold imports slid in response to government duty hikes to curb consumer appetite for the precious metal.

The merchandise trade gap fell to $12.2 billion in June from $20.1 billion in May, easing market worries about India’s gaping current account deficit — the broadest measure of trade.

Oil imports also fell to $12.7 billion from $15 billion in May. Oil and gold imports are the biggest contributors to the current account deficit. But despite a sharply weaker currency, June exports fell 4.6 percent to $23.79 billion.

And underscoring weak consumer demand, car sales slid nine percent in June from a year

Home Healthcare Market is Expected to Reach USD 305.9 Billion by 2018 : Transparency Market Research

The total home healthcare market in the Americas is expected to reach the value of USD 150.8 billion by 2018 followed by Europe with total revenue of USD 80.5 billion.

The rising need to continuously monitor and care for health has increased the global expenditure on healthcare services and products.

The trend is also gradually pushing people towards home healthcare products and services, due to their cost efficiency and reliability. This, in turn, is driving the growth of the global home healthcare products and services market.

The technological and application developments that have taken place in the home healthcare segment have made them more reliable and globally acceptable. It has also made it feasible for hospitals and patients to get early discharge, and minimize the cost and infrastructure pressures. The growth in certain diseases or medical conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, and other cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, which require continuous monitoring and care, are further driving the home healthcare market growth.

Though the global share of the home healthcare equipment market is considerably less, it is growing at a faster CAGR of 9.9% from 2012 to 2018 due to rising technological innovations, especially in the field of home therapeutic equipment. The home healthcare services market, despite its large share, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.4% from 2012 to 2018. The main deterrent, restricting the entry of organized players in this segment is dominance of a large number of small regional players, who are offering their services at low prices, and enjoy high customer loyalty. This has in turn, shifted the attention of big players towards the home healthcare equipment market.

The global home healthcare equipment market can be categorized as: therapeutic equipment market, self-diagnostic and monitoring equipment market, mobility assists equipment market, and others. Currently, the key market players dominating the home healthcare equipment market are: J&J (Johnson and Johnson), Braun, GE Healthcare, Baxter International, Philips Healthcare, Omron Corporation, Invacare, and Medtronic.

The global market for home healthcare services is classified into respiratory therapy, telemetry, rehabilitation services, infusion therapy, and other unskilled home healthcare services. The unskilled healthcare services are provided by individuals such as family members, unlicensed or traditional caretakers, relatives, and friends. The market for home healthcare services is highly organized in regions such as the Americas and Europe, where it is very efficient. A large share, 79.9%, of the global home healthcare services market is dominated by rehabilitation and unskilled care services. However, the segment is believed to be extremely fragmented, and dominated by small and unorganized players.

This research is specially designed to estimate and analyze the demand and performance of home healthcare equipment and services in a global scenario. The research provides in-depth analysis of home healthcare equipment manufacturers, product sales, trend analysis by segments and demand by geography. The report covers all the major application segments of the global home healthcare market and provides in-depth analysis, historical data and statistically refined forecast for the segments covered.

LGCC Not-Be Lost production from India

Stock production of cheap and environmentally friendly cars or Low Cost and Green Car (LCGC) now has reached 20 thousand units. Targeted, this year LCGC production could reach 75 thousand units.

“I understand they (the company that produces LCGC) stock has been doing a great market for 20 thousand and 300 thousand could. This year the target can be up to 75 thousand,” said the Minister of Industry (Memperin) MS Hidayat on Inalum after a meeting at the Office of the Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs, Jakarta , Monday (07/08/2013).

Hidayat said the Indian LCGC production could reach 40 million. Thus, Indonesia should be optimistic to surpass the production of the country.

“Optimistic to 75 thousand units, it could be 40 million units of India you lose the same period India. If it’s cheap-cheap Indian champion, but the quality of Indonesia,” he added.

Furthermore Hidayat said the provision LCGC maximum price Rp95 million per unit still does not include the possibility of adopting new technologies and benchmark transmission problems.

“So the reference price of Rp95 million national reference but there is still space that a standard issue 15 percent transmission and the possibility of adopting a new technology is approximately 10 percent,” he said.

Legit crisp and the Phia and Fia from Yogyakarta

Create bakpia fans or pia, bakpia from Yogyakarta was already familiar for souvenirs. Not only sweet but savory taste affordable price makes this snack a lot of fans. Currently there are pia new model offered by the Yogyakarta as souvenirs. Hmmm … like what ya pia recently?

As souvenirs bakpia known as bakpia Pathuk been known since long. It does not seem to Yogyakarta afdol if not stopped carrying bakpia Pathuk as souvenirs. Due to high demand in the region do not be surprised if Pathuk road turned into a cottage industry bakpia region. There is a branded 75, 45, 95 and other numbers ending in 5!

This traditional form of bakpia round flat dough with wet skin a little clay. The dough is made from mung bean contents are not peeled so lightly browned and a variety of other variants such as pandan content, chocolate, cheese, and others. Bakpia making this recipe and still wear the traditional way. Because little damp, bakpia is not durable.

Now if stopped by the city, there is a new kind of pia that can be bought for a souvenir. Pia are branded Phia ‘Deva’ and ‘Fia’ This is a more modern type of pia. Batter crispy skin, savory and dry. The shape is not round but rectangular flat minor. For wearing a crisp batter and spread with egg yolk plus a sprinkling of sesame attractive it looks more yellow.

Not just a different shape, but clean and beautiful packaging in cardboard boxes to make it more attractive pia. The contents are very varied. In addition to green beans, no cheese, chocolate, pineapple, strawberry, durian and others. Pia is also durable with reasonable price Rp. 9,000.00 per box.

To get this new kind pia you can drop in to the shops for souvenirs in Yogyakarta and specifically to bakpia ‘Deva’ can come to Jl. No. 18 Minomartani cork, Yogaykarta.