Report on a Developing School and School Shops, 1877 (Classic Reprint): American Social Science Association
Kräftige Flower Power bereitet einen fröhlichen Empfang und nimmt dabei Schmutz und Staub von den Schuhen. 100% Kokosfaser, besonders schwere Qualität, mit umweltgerechten Farben handbedruckt. Ideal für den geschützten Außenbereich, nicht geeignet für länger anhaltende Nässe. Zum Reinigen einfach absaugen oder ausklopfen. Ein Fair-Trade-Produkt aus Kerela in Südindien. Unser Importeur ist Mitglied der BAFTS (British Association of Fair Trade shops an suppliers). Die Produktionsfirma trägt Sorge für eine vorbildliche Entlohnung und Betreuung der Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter, bietet medizinische Versorgung und Versicherung, finanziert Kindergarten und Schule. 75 x 45 x H 2,5 cm.
Driving around the city in any metropolitan areas we all see trendy coffee shops everywhere and not all of them are Starbucks. Do you ever wonder why there are so many new boutique coffee shops popping up everywhere? Well, according to National Coffee Association (www.ncausa.org), it is not a hoax, but the new trend and this is the reality. The coffee industry and the coffee shop business have boomed in recent years, especially with regards to specialty coffees. Here is what CCAUSA has gathered from their research: Out of home coffee consumption has reached a new high of 46% in 2017 59% of coffee consumed daily is gourmet coffee In the US more than 65% of the adult population drinks coffee every day: that means roughly about 70 million daily coffee drinkers 66% of people in the US buy their daily coffee outside their home Gross profit margin for most coffee shops is around 85% In the US the coffee shop business is a 10 billion dollar industry Let these numbers sink in for a minute. Let’s agree that all these numbers are saying one thing - that is the coffee industry has been on the rise for last few years, and it will continue to grow. This is what you will learn in this book: If you are thinking about opening a coffee house, here are the 13 steps that you will need to take. How to get funding for your new business How to write or get a coffee shop business plan Site selection and leasing Licensing and permits you will need (Uncle Sam) Décor and furniture you need (How to Buy Cheap) Menu and signs Equipment: how and where to locate good used ones Planning build-out Management and employees Getting the best food and coffee supplies Pricing and POS system Soft and grand opening Marketing a... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sam Slydell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/108194/bk_acx0_108194_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
When award-winning journalist Dave Jamieson´s parents sold his childhood home a few years ago, he rediscovered a prized boyhood possession: his baseball card collection. Now was the time to cash in on the investments of his youth. But all the card shops had closed, and cards were selling for next to nothing online. What had happened? In Mint Condition, his fascinating, eye-opening, endlessly entertaining book, Jamieson finds the answer by tracing the complete story of this beloved piece of American childhood. Picture cards had long been used for advertising, but after the Civil War, tobacco companies started slipping them into cigarette packs as collector´s items. Before long the cards were wagging the cigarettes. In the 1930s cards helped gum and candy makers survive the Great Depression. In the 1960s royalties from cards helped transform the baseball players´ association into one of the country´s most powerful unions, dramatically altering the game. In the ´80s and ´90s, cards went through a spectacular bubble, becoming a billion-dollar-a-year industry before all but disappearing, surviving today as the rarified preserve of adult collectors. Mint Condition is charming original history brimming with colorful characters, sure to delight baseball fans and collectors. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kevin Young. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/021830/bk_adbl_021830_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Milk the Iron Cow begins in the months leading up to December 7, 1941, during World War II. The story is set in the Midwestern city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Milwaukee has a huge industrial capacity: foundries, machine-shops, factories, rails systems, and water-ways. The lake-port and river docks are beehives of ships loading soldiers and war materials. Day and night, on the streets near the docks, there is a constant roar of motors as trucks arrive and leave from loading and unloading stations. This is a time when the industrial might of the US was converted from making automobiles and washing machines to airplanes and bombs; a time when men carried guns instead of lunch pails; a time when machines stood idle because there was no white men to operate them; a time when white women left home to take the place of white men in the factories. This is a time when most unions and companies continued to ban Negroes from skill-training or employment in all but janitorial jobs; a time when white men refused to have black men work alongside them; a time when colored men and women protested racial discrimination in employment, and along with the Urban League, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and A. Philip Randolph, of the Brotherhood of Sleeping-Car Porters´ Union, took that protest to the streets, the courts, and to the president of the United States. Milk the Iron Cow is for lovers of a good story. Educators could find it entertaining and informative as a supplement in courses such as American History, Ethnic Studies, Social Studies, and African and African American Studies. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Adolphus Ward. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/051790/bk_acx0_051790_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.