Navigating Physical Production In The Age Of Covid-19: Learning To Trust Your Manufacturers

By Javon Frazier, Founder/CEO, Maestro Media.

With new variants making headlines, it’s a reminder that Covid-19 is still a major factor in our daily lives, impacting businesses across the board. Take manufacturing and the overall production process as an example: It’s no longer a surprise or shock when you hear that a project has been delayed because of Covid-19’s impact on the global supply chain, slowing practically every production that involves international shipping and collaboration. Prior to Covid-19, a supply chain shortage or postponed delivery dates would make industry news; now it’s to be expected — it’s the norm. The question that’s plaguing those in the production industry

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