Two Critical Tips For Businesses In 2017

 Flavio Maluf recently presented American Magazine Inc with some excellent advice as to what sectors look to get hot or continue heating up well into 2017. His word is certainly one that can be trusted as he is a Brazilian business and mentor to many while also holding a role as the president of Eucatex. That company works with the impressive magic of eucalyptus wood fibers in order to produce a myriad of products ranging from insulation to recyclable baseboards and beyond. So, where should one look for opportunities and innovations? The information is all here.


Technological Innovation


Maluf understands that technology is vital in the modern workplace, and there still exists a significant portion of employees who simply do not have the aptitude or time to dedicate themselves to learning all of the ins and outs that come with it. This means that 2017 is an even better time than ever for platforms and tools which provide the simplicity for non-techs to get things to get things done.


Remote Work


Remote work is taking off more than ever, and there are now so many ways for employees to accomplish things that they used to have to be present at an office to get done. More people want to be able to live out their dreams no matter where that takes them, and so the idea of being tied to one location is just not as attractive as it once might have been. Flavio Maluf encourages management to get the logistics down to an art so that the proper meetings, tracking, and other necessary functions can adapt to this scene. It will be hard to compete with other companies who can hire anyone from anywhere if a company cannot do it also.


Eucatex is a great company which has won many awards and contracts under his astute leadership. They are into sustainability and giving back to the environment just as much as they are into manufacturing innovative products. Companies that are looking to follow in a similar trajectory should definitely take this advice and setup for growth into 2017 and beyond.