No new Barberbiz blog today as the holiday weekend had me traveling (and overeating), but here’s a recent entry that created some buzz. Your views are always welcomed.
I am frequently asked by economic developers and to a lesser extent corporate execs if my firm specializes in serving any particular industry group or sector in site selection projects.
While I can put together a special ops team that can serve the needs for just about any company in any industry, I do have an unashamed bias toward companies that actually make things.
Manufacturers typically are favored, partly because I can usually understand the potential and the implications of something that I can actually see and touch.
“So these nasal strips for horses, you have found a market for them?”
“Oh yes indeed, Mr. Barber, and now we are expanding our product line for cattle, sheep, goats and llamas. However, we are finding that goats will often try to rub our products off on a tree or fence post.”
“You know, I’ve always found goats as hard to…
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