Is there any list available of past winners of this award. Specifically winners from "HBR China"? I can't seem to find a reliable resource anywhere online. And this is not a reliable source:
Any company can pay to put an article in PR Newswire. Is there anything available from another resource?
When I google "Best Practices Award", the only company that shows up is Yongye. Surely there must be other companies that have won the award.
I am Longye.
What is Shengmingsu and how was it developed?
Our former Chief Scientist, Professor Gao Jing, led the development of Shengmingsu in 2001 with first sales in 2005. Yongye's Shengmingsu plant products are primarily developed based on a patent-protected formulation of fulvic acid, micronutrients and other NPK (nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium) elements.
. Considering the market price of humic acid and that there is only 50 grams of humic acid per liter of Shengmingsu, why is the humic acid percentage cost of Shengmingsu so high according to the content data on the Shengmingsu product description?
Shengmingsu is a high-end crop nutrient. Yongye utilizes high-quality raw materials and a proprietary manufacturing processes to ensure product efficacy. Price quotes of humic acid from small online vendors and pricing ratio of 50g/liter, significantly underestimate the actual cost of humic acid per ton of Shengmingsu for several reasons, a) Yongye only uses top-quality humic acid for the Company’s manufacturing, which incurs higher costs; b) Yongye uses a significant amount of humic acid to extract a small amount of high-grade fulvic acid through proprietary processes; c) the 50g/liter ratio actually applies to Yongye’s high-grade fulvic acid (water soluble humic acid) content for the Shengmingsu product, instead of humic acid; and d) Shengmingsu’s minimum fulvic acid content requirement is 50g/liter, whereas the actual content from our manufacturing process is in almost all cases higher than the minimum amount.
What is Fulvic Acid?
A soluble mixture of organic acids which exists in geologic deposits such as coal, fossil fuel and lignite, that has the ability to transport nutrients and minerals to cells and help cells digest minerals
You can't even admit when you're wrong about a basic fact, Richard. It is clearly bordering on intense sociopathic behavior at this point.
Selling fulvic acid in Cali is not illegal, no matter how many times that you repeat your misleading statements. Using the term "fulvic acid" on the label is not allowed there because it's a confusing, poorly-defined term, even at the most basic chemical level. (Sort of hearkens back to the industry-wide problem of fulvic acid content standardization, and why your fulvic acid cost analysis was an utter waste of time.)
Found some of the companies that won "Best Practice Award of Harvard Business Review".
Here is the list of links from previous years of rewards from HBR in China. It took only 10 minutes using fewer proper search keywords, I am sure you can find more but they may be in Chinese.
2011 - Sangfor Tech
2010 - Yongye, Baidu, BMW China, BYD, China Mobile, and Lenovo
(go to the last paragraph of the page for the listing)
2009 - MARTIN Liu, vice president for Amway China, COSCO Shipyard
Background of the Awards from HBR for 2007-2009
'Fear dissolves only by adding knowledge, which is the best elixer'
rudolph: It sounds to me like the pain is unbearable. How many bottles of fulvic acid worth did you lose?
And make sure you report your shares to the writer of the LETTER to make it at least a round 2,000,000 shares owned by idiots.
I sent this email to HBR.org employees. Yet to hear a response, I will be sure to post on this board if I hear a response.
Is there a list available of the companies who have won "The Best Practice Award of Harvard Business Review". I am specifically interested in the companies who won the reward on September 14, 2010 by HBR China but a complete list would be even better. Also I'm not even sure if "HBR China" really exists. A link or just a direct answer would be most appreciated.
Thank you in advance,
Richard you lost all my credibility when you claimed that Fulvic Acid was illegal in California. It's not illegal, I use it myself and they sell it 5 minutes from where I live.
I must admit I find your posts very humorous though.
"imminent and inevitable"... "devastating"