Many years ago I started my career as a supply manager. At certain points my job involved sales, logistics, production, marketing, technical support, people recruitment, budgeting and many other things. Later, as a top manager I was responsible for companies growth and development, their financial health. So, when I develop a business plan of a new food production facility, I create a business I would like to manage myself.
For each business plan there is a plan B. Each business project is simple, comprehensive, realistic and deals with most hidden traps. Most importantly, I continue to support any of these projects in their implementation stage in case something goes wrong, since I am a professional top manager who takes full responsibility for a successful completion of a project.