Irish SMES: Taking the ‘Lean’ approach improves competitiveness in new export markets
Companies gearing themselves for reaching new export markets would be well advised to first look inwards to ensure they are operating at optimal efficiency.
With the bottom line potentially squeezed by the expenditure involved in developing a new market, managers should consider ways of reducing their cost-base by reviewing processes and procedures.
At Enterprise Ireland, we work with clients to help them increase performance using what are called “Lean” tools and techniques.
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