How I Positioned My Business to Survive 2020—and Thrive Into 2021
The last year has been a long, uphill battle for those of us in the catering and events business. We’ve all had to make tough calls and get creative to survive. But now, I want to focus on how we’re thriving, and share some of the things we’ve done at Puff ‘n Stuff to help get us through challenging times.
[Case Study] Automotive parts distributor builds a critical team of temps using Instawork
Constantly training temp workers was increasing costs and operational risk. For one Nevada based automotive group, a wholesale distributor for reproduction and aftermarket automotive parts, temp labor is critical to keeping a lean operations team.
[Case study] Toy company Boley hits goals with a 100% fill rate
For Boley’s General Manager, Stephanie Tsang, it was a perfect storm: A big, internal warehouse shift to meet increasing demands, a team stretched too thin, and multiple temp agencies that couldn’t deliver on promises. This led to lower morale, higher stress levels, and the potential for lost revenue. In her search for a more efficient solution, she found Instawork.
[Case study] How Kreyol Essence is growing a values-first business
When Kreyol Essence hit the kind of growth every entrepreneur dreams about, Yve-Car Momperousse arrived at a critical juncture. To continue growing the business, it was more critical than ever to meet expectations of customers and vendors alike. But multiple third-party logistics companies failed to deliver, leaving her searching for a better option. With Instawork, she’s regained control of their operations and found the motivated, quality people she needs.