Manufacturing

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Domestic Supply Chains: What’s In Store in 2022?

In 2021, COVID exposed significant risks associated with our modern logistics and the sourcing practices of our domestic original equipment and consumer product manufacturers. Today’s supply chains are complex, global systems designed to access the lowest-cost, often offshore suppliers. Predictions for 2022 are that supply chains will continue to be challenged. At the same time, Steve McManus sees positive signs for U.S. manufacturing and domestic supply chains.

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Deal Sourcing for Inorganic Growth

For clients that want to invest in or acquire in fast-growth market segments, we identify emerging and disruptive firms. Sometimes this involves screening hundreds or more opportunities annually, and determining which companies offer differentiated technology. Our work spans the globe. We profile innovative companies in Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the U.S. to identify the right opportunities.

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Need to Build Resilience with a Co-Manufacturer?

Is your organization looking for new technology partners across innovation stages and product lifecycle? Your partner might be a research laboratory, start-up company, or co-manufacturer. Sometimes when developing a product, our clients need a new process or a packaging format that’s not available in their plants. In other cases, our client’s product is mature and viable,

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