As Amazon continues to pursue major market share across numerous industries, electronics retailers, pharmacies, consumable manufacturers, department stores, food delivery companies and grocery stores stand among those sectors most impacted by the ecommerce giant’s expansion.
Jack Welch once said, “The budget is the bane of corporate America. It never should have existed. A budget is this: If you make it, you generally get a pat on the back and a few bucks. If you miss it, you get a stick in the eye – or worse.”
Whether you’re an entrepreneur ready to take off with your idea or a business leader guiding a startup through the trials and tribulations of growth, part of your day is undoubtedly dedicated to seeking funding and maintaining healthy relationships with investors.
Hayley Null, NetSuite’s Manufacturing Industry Marketing Lead, recently sat down with David Gustovich, NetSuite’s Senior Director for Global Manufacturing Center of Excellence, to discuss his thoughts on what the important trends are for the industry in 2019.
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It is no exaggeration to say that family businesses are the backbone of the U.S. economy – representing 64 percent of U.S. GDP, 62 percent of employment and 78 percent of new job creation, according to research from Kennesaw State University. Moreover, family businesses represent the full spectrum of America’s business landscape – ranging from small businesses to major corporations. In fact, some of the most iconic American brands – including Ford, Estee Lauder and Walmart – are family owned and controlled.