In this issue, we discuss female business leaders in the industry, ways to cut down on material shortages and R&D Tax Credits.
Three Ways to Cut Down on Material Shortages - Today
By Adam Beckerman, partner-in-charge of Manufacturing and Distribution
How many times have you experienced the end-of-the-month blitz? If you've ever stepped back and asked yourself why this happens, you'll likely have blamed material shortages at one point or another. While there's no magic bullet to solving them, there are a few high-impact areas where most manufacturers can improve.
Terri Jondahl on How Female Business Leaders Can Rise to the Top
By Tiffany C. Wright
Manufacturing is often viewed as a male-dominated industry. However, as the years have gone on, many female business leaders have broken into this field. In this interview with Aprio, Terri Jondahl, CEO of CAB Incorporated, shares insights for today's female business leaders.
Why Are Manufacturers Still Not Taking the R&D Tax Credit?
By Carli McDonald, partner-in-charge of R&D Tax Credit Services
In Georgia alone, nearly 85 percent of manufacturers are missing out on valuable R&D Tax Credits at both the state and federal level. Some companies don't think the credit applies to them, but there are many qualifications businesses may not be aware of. If you implement a new system, bulid a new product line or develop a new formula, your company can take advantage of the credit.
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Across our practices, we bring our proven expertise, deep understanding and strategic foresight for industries including Housing Authorities; Manufacturing and Distribution; Non-Profit and Education; Professional Services; Real Estate and Construction; Retail, Franchise and Hospitality; Technology and Biosciences; and Title. In our 65 years, we have grown to 400 employees. To serve our clients wherever life or business may take them, our teams speak more than 30 languages and work with clients in over 40 countries. We have grown a premier firm where thriving employees serve thriving clients. We invest in our clients' success by investing in our own. In addition to its Atlanta headquarters, Aprio also operates in New York, Birmingham, Ala. and Sarasota, Fla. For more, visit www.aprio.com.
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