This book is not for business magnates, or investors looking to get in to the welding, fabrication, machining or manufacturing industries.
This book is not for business magnates, or investors looking to get in to the welding, fabrication, machining or manufacturing industries.Welding is a unique industry that requires knowledge of specialized techniques that most other business owners cannot relate to.
They are risk-takers, they tend to be people who like to try new things, do not mind failing, and love to learn.
They learn from their mistakes, and do not beat themselves up when they make a mistake.
The author studied successful business operations from some of the most successful and established welding shops, fortune 500 companies and chose his business focus from among the large number of opportunities that welders have (see chapters 4 and 8).
This book provides real world solutions to the problems that they faced when building a business.
In 1994, US Department of Commerce officially named Poland one of the world's ten Big Emerging Markets.
The next year, the renowned British business newspaper Financial Times in its March special edition summarized the Polish economy's 5-year achievements by the phrase "Shock therapy works a miracle".
They travel the whole world for jobs, becoming what they call “road warriors", risking health and well being, spending their own money, and doing just about anything for a fat paycheck.
They work hard to get the really big money jobs, for example; the government defense contract jobs.
Commencing in January 1990, a comprehensive program of economic reforms Poland freed-up prices, introduced convertibility of its currency, stabilized the exchange rate and, as a rule, demonopolized business and opened the economy.
These measures resulted in a notable development of a private sector, increase of competition and general revival of the economic dynamism.