producer


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producer

or

manufacturer

a business which is engaged in making consumer goods and capital goods using factor inputs such as raw materials, labour and capital. See VALUE ADDED.

producer

or

supplier

the basic producing-supplying unit of economic theory. In economic theory, a producing unit is usually a FIRM, although government organizations also produce goods and services.
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Why she's powerful: As creator, host, and executive producer of America's Next Top Modeland The Tyra Banks Show, Banks is a force in the industry.
Herskovitz has been either a producer, writer or director on all of his projects and sometimes all three.
Both of these programs allow a producer to maintain a prospect list, enter tasks (calls, letters, to-dos), schedule appointments and be consistent in following up or keeping commitments.
New financing options: More investors and international financial institutions become involved as producers seek alternatives to debt.
We have to produce another 10 'Chilly Beaches' and not just by my company," says the enthusiastic producer of March Entertainment, an animation studio based in Toronto and Sudbury.
Microsoft Producer will do the same thing for digital media that FrontPage did for Web authoring: -- Make it easier and more ubiquitous in companywide communication.
General Hospital," Wendy Riche, executive producer; Julie Hanan Carruthers, senior supervising producer; Carol Scott, Lisa Levenson, producers; Marty Vagts, coordinating producer; Shelley Curtis, consulting producer (ABC)
In December, some producers received just seven cents per pound--meaning they got about $18 for a hog that cost about $100 to raise.
A producer could have 10 films: 7 lose money, 2 break even and one becomes Forrest Gump.
Marcus and Jon were grateful and gave me an associate producer credit.
The catch is, you can't file an anti-dumping complaint unless you're an American producer.