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Outsourcing: The Backlash Effect By Michael J Curtis
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Outsourcing has been part of our social structure for years as a country; we outsource everything we can as a country. We will always try to manufacture the cheapest product possible, it’s... More > what we do as a country and as a nation; we pride ourselves on finding the cheapest deal possible. We teach our kids how to save money by finding the value in anything were associated with. I hope you enjoy the book, I love my country and the opportunities it presents me to write my feeling down and share them with the world. God Bless.< Less
Outsourcing Behind the Wall By Dan H. Meckenstock & Yin Bin Li
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You have heard about that special China price and the problems in not getting what you were promised, well this is a behind the scenes look at a foreign trade office in China. A foreign trade office... More > provides the interface between Chinese manufactures and foreign buyers. If you are outsourcing from China, chances are you are doing it through a trade office even though they present themselves as a source. This book is a look at what goes on "behind the wall" as seen from the eyes of a Chinese sales representative who’s task it is to bring the worlds of the Chinese sources and an American buyer together in a deal. This book is written for the benefit of the Chinese sales representatives and suggests how best to deal with their American partners. A theme that underlies the chapters is the importance of business ethics in a free market, an idea that is often orphaned. For foreigners, let’s just say things are not always as they seem in China.< Less
Outsourcing Behind the Wall By Dan H. Meckenstock & Yin Bin Li
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You have heard about that special China price and the problems in not getting what you were promised, well this is a behind the scenes look at a foreign trade office in China. A foreign trade office... More > provides the interface between Chinese manufactures and foreign buyers. If you are outsourcing from China, chances are you are doing it through a trade office even though they present themselves as a source. This book is a look at what goes on "behind the wall" as seen from the eyes of a Chinese sales representative who’s task it is to bring the worlds of the Chinese sources and an American buyer together in a deal. This book is written for the benefit of the Chinese sales representatives and suggests how best to deal with their American partners. A theme that underlies the chapters is the importance of business ethics in a free market, an idea that is often orphaned. For foreigners, let’s just say things are not always as they seem in China.< Less
Become a Manufacturers Representative By mfg Reps
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Many people are just not aware of the departments companies outsource. Most of us know that companies outsource their advertising, computer training, PR, marketing, etc... but a lot of people... More > don’t realize that many manufacturers have outsourced their sales force for over 60-years. There are thousands of independent sales Reps working for manufacturers today in almost every industry earning well above the average income. Now more than ever with the competition from China, manufacturing companies need to sub-out their sales force. This isn’t a get rich quick scheme like buying real estate with no money down, this is a professional career. Our complete system shows you step by step; including sample contracts, associations, industries, quoting systems, cost saving techniques, interviewing, prospecting, how to generate immediate revenue and much more. Put your professional and life experience to work and become a manufacturers Rep for multiple companies at the same time.< Less
The "People Power" Business Superbook: Book 6. Business Knowledge 2 (Business Products for Sale, Manufacturing - Industry, Outsourcing, Technology, Telemarketing, Telecommuting, Expansion, Bankruptcy) By Tony Kelbrat
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Technology in business can be a good thing but quite often the particular technological innovation costs much more than planned and doesn't deliver the results expected so it's a double-edged... More > sword. Technology in general is good but not across the board. For some companies, the costs do not justify the benefits. Do a cost-benefit analysis before you embark on the latest technology. From a business point of view, there are two sectors of technology in business: 1.) Technology in the means of production which the customer doesn't see. He sees only the end product. 2.) Technology to do business with the customer. The obvious one is to have a website. Another one is to get listed in those directories google and other search engines are putting out such that if you're looking for store type x or product x in general or in a particular zipcode and you type it up on a search engine, your company name will appear. You want to make it easy for the customer to do business with you.< Less
Pharmaceutical Contract Manufacturing Market Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Industry Research Report, 2018 to 2025 By Carol Miller
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The global pharmaceutical contract manufacturing & contract research market size was valued at over USD 123.1 billion in 2016. Cost saving and time saving benefits associated with the... More > implementation of outsourcing is responsible for driving the industrial growth. Companies are investing in infrastructure, personnel, and technology in order to gain significant share of the outsourcing revenue.< Less
American Dragon: Winning the Global Manufacturing War Using the Universal Principles of Fewer, Faster, and Finer By Michael McKeldon Woody
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During the last two decades of the twentieth century, China built a manufacturing juggernaut that propelled the offshoring phenomenon and led to the loss of millions of US manufacturing jobs. Michael... More > McKeldon Woody, formerly an executive at a domestic pen manufacturer, learned the hard way that these competitors were relentless, and eventually acquiesced to the inevitability of offshoring. But in 2006 he stumbled upon a US textile business, Trans-Tex LLC, which gave him the opportunity to pursue a rematch with his old nemesis, China. This time, the outcome was different.< Less
American Dragon: Winning the Global Manufacturing War Using the Universal Principles of Fewer, Faster, and Finer By Michael McKeldon Woody
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During the last two decades of the twentieth century, China built a manufacturing juggernaut that propelled the offshoring phenomenon and led to the loss of millions of US manufacturing jobs. To... More > compete with the onslaught of cheap imported products, many US companies began cutting corners. They sacrificed quality, which drove even more people to buy foreign-made goods. Michael McKeldon Woody, formerly an executive at a domestic pen manufacturer, learned the hard way that these competitors were relentless, and eventually acquiesced to the inevitability of offshoring. But in 2006 he stumbled upon a US textile business, Trans-Tex LLC, which gave him the opportunity to pursue a rematch with his old nemesis, China.< Less
American Dragon: Winning the Global Manufacturing War Using the Universal Principles of Fewer, Faster, and Finer By Michael McKeldon Woody
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During the last two decades of the twentieth century, China built a manufacturing juggernaut that propelled the offshoring phenomenon and led to the loss of millions of US manufacturing jobs. To... More > compete with the onslaught of cheap imported products, many US companies began cutting corners. They sacrificed quality, which drove even more people to buy foreign-made goods. Michael McKeldon Woody, formerly an executive at a domestic pen manufacturer, learned the hard way that these competitors were relentless, and eventually acquiesced to the inevitability of offshoring. But in 2006 he stumbled upon a US textile business, Trans-Tex LLC, which gave him the opportunity to pursue a rematch with his old nemesis, China.< Less
Globalization as Energy Rent Seeking By Bernard C. Beaudreau
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Provides an alternative account of the forces underlying globalization. Argues that energy rents in general and the search for new sources of energy rents following the productivity slowdown in the... More > 1980s in particular lie at the root of globalization. Prior to the two energy crises (1973 and 1979), energy rents were generated by massive energy deepening. Wanting to restore growth levels in their aftermath, the West turned to globalization as a means of increasing energy availability and energy rents. It is shown that while globalization has restored energy rents to investors, it has failed to restore growth to its former level (i.e. pre-Productivity Slowdown). Also, it has prompted the transfer of massive energy rents from the South to the North as the result of the delocalization of manufacturing (i.e. from the North to the South).< Less

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