The global economic changes forced all countries to adopt new perspectives and trends for sustainable development at all levels. This leads to re-consideration of private investment, which resulted in a new business model is the sector of small and medium enterprises, which has the ability to adapt quickly to these changes witnessed by economic activity. All countries in the world, especially developing countries, have realized the importance of small and medium enterprises, taking into account the relatively large disparity between these institutions in advanced industrialized countries compared with similar institution in developing countries in terms of capital cost. This research aims to shed light on hand tuft as a model for small enterprises for community development, and to describe the economic effects on the Egyptian economy. The current manuscript clarifies the rule and effectiveness of Hand tuft as one of the small projects to achieve economic development. In this work, we designed textile hangs using the Hand-Taft to achieve the set points including, How to exploit available resources to meet the needs of current generations and to maintain the needs of future generations
Abdel Tawab, Heba Khamis and Abdel Moteleb, Afaf Farag
"Hand tuft carpets as a model for small enterprises and community development,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 9
, Article 15.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol9/iss3/15