David McDonald Speaks About Business Challenges And Acquiring Baho Foods

Most global firms are well connected. Those working for these types of companies depend on the network to make money and progress their careers. However, some factors like cultural nuances and government regulations affect an organization’s operations. David McDonald, the president of OSI Group has shed light on issues affecting businesses in different countries.

OSI Group is a leading meat processing enterprise. It sells its products in the United States and abroad. The company’s headquarters are in Aurora, Illinois. Additionally, it has branches in 17 countries, which include China and the U.K. OSI Group was established in 1909. Currently, it has employed over 20,000 people. Diversification is a driving force in the food processing industry. David and his team work towards creating various food options for OSI Group’s consumers. The company produces hot dogs, fish, bacon, pizza, vegetables and fruits.

David McDonald OSI Group mentioned in one of his interviews that OSI group carries out large-scale operations. The company can serve its large client base comfortably as it has a logistics team that understands the global market. Also, OSI group has a team of management experts who work around the clock to ensure every operation goes well. David believes that collaborations with local management groups enable businesses to run smoothly.

Over the last couple of decades, OSI group has experienced significant growth. It has built over 10 factories in different locations, making it a top poultry producer in North America. The company sells its poultry products to successful restaurant chains like Burger Kind, McDonald’s, Yum, Saizeriya, Papa John’s and Starbucks. OSI’s VP announced that the company is concentrating on the Chinese market. Through their research, they’ve found out that China is ideal for businesses that want to grow faster.

OSI Group recently announced that they had bought Baho Food. David revealed that this acquisition was part of the company’s strategic plan. Baho Food is a Dutch food processor dealing with snacks and deli meat. OSI acquired Baho with the aim of expanding its European Market. The Dutch company will place OSI Group ahead of its competition. What’s more, its products will help satisfy the demands of the European and Asian markets.

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EOS and the New Lip Balm Era

If you have been to a supermarket at any time in the past five years, the chances are that you too have been intrigued by the spherical packaged objects in the checkout line. Nope, we’re not talking about all of the new flavors of Cadbury eggs. Instead, we are talking about the Eos lip balms that now line the aisles of the beauty department and checkout lanes of each supermarket around the country. The company is very popular right now and they are expected to grow in the time that they are going to be in business. It will allow them the chance to be able to continue passing by Chapstick.

The company (https://evolutionofsmooth.ca/) was a simple startup. They did not have a major professional makeup or even simple cosmetics background. It was the story of a basic company who had a basic goal: to take the monopolized lip balm industry and to make it something so much better than what it was in the past. They were able to do this successfully and without very many problems because nobody had ever seen such a huge upset in the lip balm market. They made waves and they were around to stay on the market. http://www.ebay.com/bhp/eos-lip-balm

Now that EOS lip balm has been in business for a few years and they have managed to pass lip balm giant, Chapstick, they are sharing their story. Unlike some of the other lip balm brands, they don’t want to get rich (Well, by the way, they have), they just want to provide options for women, girls, men and everyone. They offer a lip balm that is hard to lose, fits ergonomically in the users’ hands and allows them to get the most benefits from a perfectly round cup of lip balm all tucked neatly into a sphere.

Visit the EOS Facebook page for more information.

Estate Developer, Adam Milstein

Adam Milstein was born in Haifa, Israel, of a real estate developer father called Hiller Milstein in 1952, together with two other younger male siblings. He joined the Israeli Defense Forces in 1971 where he completed his compulsory service to his country’s army. He later graduated with a bachelor’ degree in business and economics. It was during this years of study that the he joined his father in running their real estate development business. He married his wife, Gila Elgrably in 1974, with whom they have three daughters.



Today, Milstein holds the 187th position on the worlds’ list of most influential philanthropists according to how his social media influence in philanthropy. He is a founding member and chairperson of the Israeli American Council, the fastest growing organization for Jewish people in the United States of America which seeks to Forster unity and strength in the Israeli-American community. Milstein considers philanthropy one of the greatest gratifying constituent of his life.



Through the Milstein Family Foundation, founded by him and his wife, they invest time, money and expertise in the projects they give support. His main focus has been on the Jewish people and Jewish continuity, the state of Israel and pro-Israel advocacy and Jewish education. Apart from his position in AIC, Milstein sits on several other organizational boards, including the Israel on Campus Coalition, Hasbara Fellowships, StandWithUs, Jewish founders network, AISH Los Angeles and Board of BirthRight Israel.



As real estate developer, Milstein co-manages Hager Pacific Properties, a company involved in acquisition and rehabilitation of family, office, retail and industrial property. He is in charge of handling the company’s financing and accounting.



Adam Milstein also holds a spot on the top 200 Most Influential do Goobers in the World, according to Richtopia, a London based publication. As philanthropist and social entrepreneur on social media, he is more vocal on Facebook and twitter. He is strongly opposed to the Boycott, Divestments and Sanctions (BDS). Adam has dedicated his life to pro-Jewish activity, philanthropy and his career as a real estate developer which is enhanced greatly by his mastery in social media.