Turner Construction’s Formula for Success

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How can you successfully optimize processes in a company with 5000 employees and 1,200 active projects? Is there a formula to make all the challenges solve favourably?

Turner Construction International LLC can claim to have found the recipe to make business strategy an exact science.

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BID’s International Department Greets Companies at the Quality Summit

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BID professionals video-recording at Times Square.

Sunday, May 26th: a sunny day and a warm welcome in the heart of New York in Times Square.

Today the International Department of Business Initiative Directions (B.I.D.) is particularly busy greeting the earliest-rising companies throughout the morning as they arrive at the New York Marriot Marquis Hotel to participate in the International Quality Summit Convention. 

Of course, the latecomers will also be attended to in the evening.

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Tata Elxsi, bringing sophistication to engineering

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When you bring together creativity, technology and engineering, you get great results. Without even realizing it, the products we consume have made it through a history of darwinism of competing companies.

And in India, there’s a great company that knows this history all too well, and has made it into their true leitmotif.

Tata Elxsi is a great engineering company dedicated to product manufacturing.

Tata Elxsi is part of Tata Group, one of the largest business conglomerates in India whose empire boasts 98 companies and brings in annual revenues of 288 billion dollars.

But Tata Elxsis is more interested in quality engineering than taking counts.

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Janus Services: quality food products for a continent in a surge of growth

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“Miracles”, “the boom of this generation”, “new opportunities”: Spring is set to bring a lot of good news from the African Continent. The region that many have given up on is finally realising well deserved growth rates after a century of economic difficulties.

But nations can’t flourish on interior products alone. The Economist points out in its article Growth and other good things that Africa’s development can also be measured in indices that aren’t exclusively based on the production of goods. Dutch company Janus Services, awarded this year in Geneva by Business Initiative Directions, has much to say on the matter. Continue reading