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Manufacturers are uncertain about the new revenue recognition rules that go into effect for public companies on Jan. 1, 2017. Our survey tracks the process.
Manufacturing and retail data from the Grant Thornton International Business Report captures two different views of the near-term economic future.
The U.S. economy contracted in Q1, but our Spring 2014 CFO Survey found that manufacturing CFOs have trust in the future. This infographic also shows what executives worry about.
Today’s manufacturers are smarter, leaner and more nimble than any other time in history. But with only an 11.9% share of the U.S. gross domestic product, manufacturers still have work to do. As your company reimagines its supply chain, our business advisory, tax and audit professionals are there to help you drive the innovation required for success in today’s market.
Whether it’s considering an M&A deal, developing a multinational tax strategy, optimizing cash flow or navigating regulatory requirements, we have the experienced professionals to help.
We know your business. Let’s work together to make it as successful and profitable as possible. Here are some of the services we provide:
Jeff T. French
National Managing Partner, Consumer and Industrial Products
Phone: +1 920 968 6710
Location: Appleton, WI
Competing for customer retention is a relay sprint. If your suppliers fall short, you may not be able to meet your delivery deadlines.
Thinking about growing your manufacturing business through M&A? This article guides you through best practices and recent trends.
Preparing for problems that can shut you down is not difficult. You just need to make choices and take action. This infographic shows you the steps.
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