Maion Business Solutions Introduces Restaurant Optimization Services
The restaurant industry is facing unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most are struggling to survive, and some have already gone out of business.
Maion Business Solutions has teamed up with Master French Chef Jonathan Jerusalmy to offer our proven business transformation services to restaurant owners to help them not only survive, but thrive during this difficult time.
The Benefits of Repatriating Your Supply Chain—and Why Now Is the Perfect Time
If your supply chain is based outside of the United States, the COVID-19 pandemic has likely caused a significant disruption—or even a complete shutdown—of operations. Many U.S. companies made the decision to send manufacturing overseas because it “saved money.” But not only does it not save money, it also exposes you to substantial risks that you would not face with a domestic supply chain.
The risks and downsides of having your supply chain outside of the United States have become abundantly clear. Now is the time to repatriate your manufacturing. Not only is it best for your business, it will also boost the American economy at a crucial time and add much-needed jobs for U.S. workers.
When you decide that it’s time to repatriate operations, how do you proceed? There are two main options:
The Hidden Costs of Global Supply Chains—and How Repatriating Saves Money
There are more hidden costs than ever in doing business with a non-USA-based supply chain. Many people assume that “China means cheaper,” but we recently completed a case study comparing a U.S. manufacturer with a Chinese manufacturer and were stunned to discover that costs were actually 64% higher with the Chinese source.
The Risks of an Overseas Supply Chain—and Why You Should Repatriate Yours
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed a huge risk of overseas supply chains. But there are many other risks. This is an unprecedented opportunity to assess your overall organizational risk if you have a global supply chain—and take steps to mitigate risk, increase efficiency, save money, and help the U.S. and Americans recover.