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One of the most challenging aspects of putting up a business is dealing with competitors who want to get a share of your market. But this is one of the realities in business that you have to deal with so strategizing even at the start of your operations is important.
When learning how to best grow your supply chain you may come across the term operational efficiency. Operational efficiency is the capability to deliver products to customers in the most cost-effective manner possible in a high quality manner.
Analyzing the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) of a business is a well-established tool that is widely used by academics, consultants, and advisors. Although it is a simple concept, business owners often struggle when trying to use it.
Here's what our clients say about Global Chi
Deddrick A. Perry Co-Owner CHIPSA Hospital
Ogechi is a professional, supply chain subject matter expert with strong connections across the globe. Her expertise supported identification of impactful supply chain opportunities at our hospital. She partnered with our team to launch new products that will drive substantial cost reduction and grow profit margins.
Courtney Hale Founder Knowledge Bank
Global Chi provided us with one of the best vendor experiences in our company’s history. After being told by other companies that I’d have to settle for a higher cost, lower quality product, Global Chi intervened and swiftly delivered a superior and cheaper product. They have a vast international network, great customer service and a passion for making things better. Bringing products to life is an innate skill for Global Chi. I’m very thankful for our partnership, their unmatched expertise and professionalism.