Weekly Wrap Up For September 11th, 2020

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Dallas Crawford, Advanced Analytics Executive wth QueBIT explains how manufacturers can tighten up on their pricing inputs to learn where the opportunities are to lower costs and compete better on price.


fordFord Offers Buyouts as Part of Streamlining Process

As part of their continued efforts to offset the impact of the COVID-19 virus and its effect on their business, Ford is preparing to offer buyouts to white-collar workers in an attempt to streamline their operations. (Read More)

 


SpaceXSpaceX Completes Second Successful Test Flight in Under a Month

SpaceX has seen a lot of success this year, with the most notable example being the company’s successful launch of two American astronauts to the International Space Station back in May. On the heels of the successful and historic event, SpaceX would go on to secure a lucrative contract from the U.S. Air Force extending well into the 2020s. Now, the success continues after another important test flight of their Starship rocket. (Read More)


Healthcarre industryOU Global Risks & Threats Series Leadership Forum Fourth Session: Reshaping The Healthcare Business (September 19)

The University of Oklahoma is launching the fourth session of a four-part Global Risks & Threats Series (GRTS) Leadership Forum on Saturday, September 19th, with leaders from the Intelligence, Finance, Law Enforcement, Corporate and Cyber sectors. OU GRTS is a collaborative effort between the Michael F. Price College of Business and the OU Center for Intelligence and National Security—an Intelligence Community Center of Academic Excellence. (Read More)


Family-owned takes on a whole new meaning, something much larger to our guest today on the WAM podcast. In this episode we heartily welcome Rita Tabatchnick. Rita is the President of Tabatchnick Fine Foods, a nationally recognized soup company with over 30 varieties of hearty soups and broths. The company, amazingly, is now in its 115th year of operation. Under Rita’s leadership, Tabatchnick Fine Foods serves multiple markets including school lunch programs, national USAID programs, and retail frozen and fresh soups. In today’s episode we talk about all things family and women-owned business, where they’re operating in the markets, the reason behind their product lines, how they’re navigating new FDA regulations, how they work to give back to their community, and more! So stay tuned for yet another inspiring episode with a firehouse woman in the manufacturing industry.