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External links Kabut Sutra Ungu at the Internet Movie Database Category:1979 films Category:Indonesian films Category:Indonesian-language films Category:Indonesian horror films Category:Films directed by SjumandjajaAjé-Kumal Deng had to open up a Nike store and start selling sneakers for his customers. In times of economic crisis, an economic model presents itself that helps a business to survive. They have to adapt. They have to give up some of their old ways. 21-year-old Ajé-Kumal Deng did not need hard times to learn his lesson. He was raised among a family that hosted many kids coming from very poor environments and who were recognized for their talents in their districts. That ingrained sense of gratitude and responsibility remained when he began attending Lausanne Business School with the aim of developing a career in business. The seeds of what became his business, CKD Sports was sown back in 2006. This is the story of his first business. Copy Link Link to Purchase A stylish, distinctive and thought provoking business book that is not for the faint hearted. Detailed, practical advice and guidance for anyone who wants to launch and manage their first business. Download Link 'In times of crisis we do what we know best.' In order to provide for his family, he had to create something that improved his daily life. He helped his father sell local produce in the village of Musokoli. Later, he opened up a Nike store and started selling sneakers to people he knew. With only the most basic equipment, he took over a room at the back of his house, filled it with shoes, and began offering the service of shoe repair to his customers. 'A customer would bring in a pair of sneakers with a hole in the side and say, ‘I need you to repair these. I have a job interview in two days and I need to look good.' He would go to the nearest avenue, find a cobbler, and have the sneakers repaired. Once he had repaired them, he would give them back and wait to hear from the customer. 'They would say, ‘They are good, but they are better when they are done by you,' and they would often tell him to keep doing it. A customer would bring in a pair of sneakers with a hole






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