Total Cost of Ownership – Let’s Not Fool Ourselves Webinar

Lyndsey ParkerBlog, Supply Chain, Tom Gordon, Webinars

Presented by Missouri Enterprise’s own supply chain expert extraordinaire, Tom Gordon, this insightful webinar will make you think. As Tom so astutely puts it, “Let’s not fool ourselves”. As a manufacturing business owner or procurement professional, you should get beyond the concept of “hidden costs” and arm yourself with information to avoid them. Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is the … Read More

Mitigating Supply Chain Risk in Today’s Uncertain World Webinar

Lyndsey ParkerBlog, Supplier Assessment & Development, Supply Chain, Tom Gordon

supply chain in Missouri

We’re sure you’ll enjoy Tom’s captivating style as he mixes in a bit of his trademark wry wit while sharing his knowledge and first-hand experience in the world of Supply Chains. You’ll learn his views on how Supply Chain is the foundation for a smooth manufacturing operation, and how disruptions could result in serious profit loss, bottlenecks, compromised quality and … Read More

Financial Resources Available for PPE Manufacturers in Missouri

Lyndsey ParkerBlog, Continuous Improvement, Missouri Enterprise, Supplier Development, Workforce

Thanks to the CARES Act funding, the State of Missouri is making $20 million in available to reimburse Missouri companies producing PPE, an ongoing need in the fight against #COVID19. Eligible businesses and nonprofits can receive up to $500,000. PPE Retooling Program The purpose of the Show-Me Strong Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Retooling Program under section 601(a) of the Social Security … Read More

Missouri Enterprise Launches New Workplace Safety Products & Services Directory

Lyndsey ParkerBlog, Continuous Improvement, Missouri Enterprise, Supplier Development, Workforce

The state’s Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) Center, Missouri Enterprise, announced the creation of the Covid-19 Reopening Products & Services Directory to help employers protect their employees on the job while also supporting the manufacturing community in our state. Many Missouri manufacturers stepped up to help fill the PPE supply chain gap to support our medical community in the wake of … Read More

Covid-19: Manufacturing Medical Supplies

Lyndsey ParkerBlog, Missouri Enterprise, Supplier Development

In response to Covid-19, manufacturers have been asked to help fill the PPE supply chain gap need. This page provides several avenues and opportunities for manufacturers to get their products into the hands of those who need them. Join the #MAKEadifferencechallenge. The top priority is to protect our loved ones and prevent the virus from spreading. We need to increase the manufacturing of personal … Read More

Covid-19: Reopening Missouri

Lyndsey ParkerBlog, Continuous Improvement, Missouri Enterprise, Supplier Development, Workforce

Missouri’s initial recovery phase began May 4, 2020, and during this phase we can gradually start to reopen economic and social activity. This will be a deliberate process, and is flexible to adapt to the situation. Some communities may be able to reopen at a faster rate, while others may need to continue restrictions to keep the virus from spreading. … Read More

Missouri Enterprise’s FREE Webinar Series

Lyndsey ParkerBlog, Continuous Improvement, Missouri Enterprise, Supplier Development, Workforce

To help manufacturers and businesses alike navigate the current health crisis or learn about lean, workforce development strategies, marketing tactics, and more from the comforts of their facilities, here are several webinars to keep you focused, positive, informed, engaged, and productive.   As experts in the field, we’ve seen and experienced every challenge and developed proven solutions. With a combined 300 years … Read More

BacterioScan, Inc.

Lyndsey ParkerArticles, Business Growth, Client Successes, Supplier Development

www.bacterioscan.comSt. Louis Urinary Tract Infections (UTI’s) are the most prevalent human infection with about 100 million tests per year worldwide, and costs of over $3 billion.  Nearly two-thirds of all microbiological samples processed in hospital microbiology labs are urine specimens being tested for bacteria, a process that requires highly skilled technicians, and can take several days to obtain results. UTIs from … Read More