OffshoreExecutive.com - Case Studies
There are many ways
in which OffshoreExecutive.com can help create shareholder value though
corporate restructuring. In this section you can find some of the success
stories OffshoreExecutive.com has had over the years, as well as interviews
with some of our customers and members of our executive team.
Some of the business names have been changed to maintain commercial
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"Fire Your Boss", a
first-hand experience in convincing shareholders to offshore the
CEO position, by our very own Ademir Gomes da Silveira. First
published in Off-shoring International.
- A report on how a well known
plastics company got
offshored. Note that the names of the company and executives have been
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"Culture Clash", every
company, like every country, has its own unique culture; this paper
explains how OffshoreExecutive.com can help you find offshore
executives that match your company culture.
- Greg Mohney is 42, he has his six servants and the IRS never call.
"Becoming an offshore CEO has really improved my quality of life," said
Dean, when interviewed in his personal gym room for OffshoreExecutive.com.
This interview shows how offshoring himself has improved Greg's lifestyle:
- When the investment capital pipeline dries up, our CFO team knows where
to make cuts. Read how OffshoreExecutive.com saved an upstart oil company
in our famous case study
- Critics of offshoring often state the ad-absurdum that "moving all jobs
offshore means there's no-one left to buy products". While reality is
nowhere near as bad, it's probably a good idea to read our
study to see how OffshoreExecutive.com can help you tap into expanding
markets offshore to compensate for stagnating sales in traditional markets.
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