Value Chain Analysis
The entire range of activities and services necessary to bring a product or service from conception to sale in its final markets (whether local, national, regional, or global) are referred to as value chains. Value chains can be broken down into four categories: local, national, regional, and global. The components that comprise a dynamic market system, including input suppliers, producers, processors, and purchasers, as well as the support services and enabling environments, are all considered to be part of value chains.
You’ll finish this course with an understanding of the concepts and procedures involved in value chains.
- Language of teaching for this course is English. This means that all communication during lectures will be in English, and all literature and auxiliary materials are in English.
- You can use the translation widget on this website to translate course content into your preferred language.
- The course is subject to evaluation. At the end of the course, students are to participate in the final assessment and score up to 70% to qualify for certification.
- Students can retake assessment three times only.