Manufacturers are looking to hire tech professionals to fill roles from the shop floor to the C-Suite in hopes to reach the growth and post-pandemic recovery the industry demands. What can manufacturers offer these skilled workers?
Confronted with complex business challenges over the past few years due to the global pandemic, economic shifts, and supply chain challenges, business owners throughout the fastener industry look to M&A for organizational advantages.
After traveling over 31,000 miles and 100s of on-the-job interactions with distributors across the US, Dirk Beveridge was ready to share his industry findings with IFE 2022 attendees.
With the war for talent being a prominent hurdle across every industry, fasteners included, it is paramount that companies focus on investing in the talent that they already have. Jil Allen, HR Director at Birmingham Fastener lends her HR expertise a
Remote working is now the new norm. However, not all jobs can easily accommodate this change. With more than 13 million U.S. workers employed by the manufacturing industry, it’s daunting to implement this significant shift. The established noti
With multiple content marketing strategies available to industrial suppliers and distributors, using video sales in manufacturing is a way to enhance your traditional sales teams. B2B ecommerce relies on your company reaching different prospective cu