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How Has owning and operating factories Helped You in Business?

Joe Greco, MSOD who is President of Greco Apparel started his career in the family business of Greco Apparel by running his own factory alongside his father Domenick.

Our clients often inquire about how to work best with factories so we wanted to record a short video to explain how we developed an understanding by working as factory owners ourselves. We learned what are the biggest challenges to running a factory and how clients can have make the relationship between factory and client smooth and profitable.

Running his own factory early in his career has enabled Joseph Greco to develop empathy and understanding for factories. Most people in all aspects of business are blindsided by the belief that all vendors can perform perfectly. Thanks to Fred Smith, this is the “FedEx mentality.”

Which includes overnight delivery, thanks to technology improvements. Certainly digital patterns can be sent around the world electronically in an instant, but people can easily forget that running a factory is just like other businesses.

There must capital investments, human resources, equipment capabilities, capacities measures. Thinking about our venders like our clients takes the concept of traditional vendor relationships to a whole new level.

Factories have been known once or twice to promise more than can deliver, so it is our responsibility at Greco Apparel to access that factory promises are realistic to be able to count on it for our clients.

Integrity is the basis of any relationship. Without integrity, nothing works. Doing what you say you said you would do in the timeframe agreed upon. Mistakes do happen, so be candid and honest if there is a mistake and we can work to improve next time.

Greco Apparel has also gone a step further in the factory relationship to devote our resources including capital and machinery to assist factories to best serve our clients.

Call us at 215-628-2557 if you have questions about apparel factories.

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