Product Manufacturing Business
What you'll learn
- How to start a product manufacturing business
- Top survival tips for manufacturers
- Five must-take steps to ensure safety in manufacturing facilities
- Five ways to ensure quality manufacturing
- The production process: how do we make it
- Performance management strategies for manufacturing
- How to find and work with suppliers
- Five production planning strategies for meeting increased demand
- Top ten most important key performance indicators
- Three tips for manufacturing your product after successful crowd funding
- Economy of manufacturing
- No requirement
Manufacturing is the creation or production of goods with the help of equipment, labor, machines, tools, and chemical or biological processing or formulation. It is the essence of secondary sector of the economy. The term may refer to a range of human activity, from handcraft to high-tech, but it is most commonly applied to industrial design, in which raw materials from the primary sector are transformed into finished good on a large scale. such goods may be sold to other manufacturers for production of more complex products or distributed via the tertiary industry to end users and consumers. In this modern times more advance nations are manufacturing because manufacturing is a very critical contributor to any nations gross domestic product. The manufacturing sector is also a very great source of employment, l must say that any country that manufacture more products are able to price very low to the consumers, because there is know import cost.
In other for any business to start a manufacturing business and succeed that company must seriously undertake a comprehensive market research to first find out which product can be sold in the market, the competitors in the market and the cost involved in the production of that product, in this way it will help the business to really understand the market environment and the market trend. We must also understand that we cannot do a proper manufacturing business without a credible business plan.The current economic situations across the globe has put must manufacturers in a very tight corner, this survival tips for manufacturers is very critical to such as maintain your focus, maximize your productivity and increase your speed through enhanced product and process design and finally you need to pay attention to your production and supply chain.
The safety in the manufacturing facility is very important to any serious business, its very important that companies conduct risk assessment and prioritize house keeping, training and adequate safety equipment and tools are very important for the safety of the workers.
Who this course is for:
- Manufacturers, production managers, production consultants, managers, supervisors, employees, CEO. directors, engineers, technicians, suppliers, customers, product managers, marketers, retailers, wholesalers, distributors, production associations, governments, regulators everybody etc people,
My education is centered on business and marketing, I have studied with Chartered Institute of Marketing ( C.I.M-UK) from certificate in marketing, advance certificate in marketing to post graduate diploma in marketing. I proceeded to do master of business administration from central university graduate business school.
I have eighteen years of practical working experience with reputable organisations. The names of these previous organisations I have worked with are Central university Lecturer, Platinum Impex limited, Regional sales/marketing officer, sales/marketing executive, Laine Services Limited. Strict marketing research services chief executive officer/consultant,etc. Iam currently self employed, working as chief executive officer/ consultant of Strict Consult.
I believe in ardent entrepreneurship and always prepare to help business start-up voluntary. In this twenty first century, the customer is king, and every business or student need to understand the customer centric regime. you need the right education and training to understand the customer and deliver to his satisfaction. If you satisfy the customer consistently he will pay your organisation with his loyalty.