A research study on technology adoption by the food and beverage (F&B) industry calls for volunteers from among entrepreneurs and employees of the sector to answer a simple, 20-minute questionnaire.
The study has been approved by the Central Queensland University Ethics Department, Australia (with approval number 21752) and the Philippine Social Science Council Social Science Ethics Review (with approval Number CC-19-04.
The study aims to highlight the importance of technology utilization and improvement among business enterprises, big and small.
Eligible to take part in the survey are: owners and workers of food and beverage service businesses registered with the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) and employing 199 workers or less. They must be 18 years old or above.
Food service enterprises covered by the study include:
Restaurants (including carinderia and specialty eating places like bulaluhan, ihawan, etc.); fast-food chains; cafeterias; dining cars/trucks; refreshment stands, kiosks or counters; food service concessionaires (for other companies/institutions); coffee and milk tea shops; and night clubs, bars and cocktail lounges.
F&B entrepreneurs and employees who are interested to volunteer may text 0917-5808875 or email email@example.com to access survey or obtain additional information.
Questiions and complaints relating to the survey may be addressed to the: University of the Philippines Office of the Vice Cchancellor for Research and Development at +632 89272568, +632 89818500 local 4046, +632 89272567, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
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