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An environment of excellence

Nobody’s perfect, but at Meyers that doesn’t stop us from pursuing perfection every day, with every project. We received evidence of what we can achieve when we commit to quality recently when a Meyers client completed a social and environmental accountability audit.

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Always learning: Make due diligence work for you

Exploring a potential business acquisition is a bit like searching for a new house. You spend time evaluating your options and looking for something that fits your needs. And at the end of the process, you’re faced with a choice about whether the business you’ve just looked at provides enough value to justify a purchase.

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A tradition of excellence

Excellence is the goal of everything we do at Meyers, and it’s always rewarding to receive confirmation that our efforts are paying off. Most recently, that confirmation arrived in the form of Hormel Food Corporation’s 2018 Spirit of Excellence Award.

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Meyers Starts With Me

Building a successful company is not a one-person job. It never has been. Everyone in an organization has insights that can improve the way a company works. It’s the job of an effective leader to identify those insights and figure out how to implement them.

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Get smart about automation

Talk about automation and minds typically turn to visions of robots whirring around an industrial space. But while robotics certainly has a place at large consumer packaged goods printers, where a single job may run for multiple shifts, automation at high-mix shops usually looks very different.

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In celebration of zero

Zero gets a bad rap. It’s nothing. It’s a shutout. It’s the short end of the stick whenever some movie bully suggests the object of their attention “drop the zero and get with the hero.”

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Loyalty is a two-way street

Loyalty programs are an important tool for brands looking to drive repeat business and gather information about customers. Loyalty is a two-way street, though. Customers will share personal data as long as the process is simple and the rewards are worth it.

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