Why Your Small Business Shouldn’t Outsource Overseas

Lots of small business owners choose to outsource some of their processes overseas these days to save money. However, in the long run, those people are making a mistake. Sending your operations abroad affects the economy at home in lots of adverse ways. With that in mind, read some of the information below and see if it can convince you to look for an alternative to outsource overseas.

 

You take jobs away from people in your country

The US is currently in the middle of an unemployment problem, and so taking jobs away from workers at home is not a good idea. There are lots of talented individuals in your country of residence. Look to use their skills first.

 

You take money out of the economy

If you send part of your operation overseas, you will starve the American economy of money. You’re effectively giving foreign countries your cash while taking money out of the economy through product and service sales.

 

You lose some quality control elements

There is no getting away from the fact that it’s much easier to keep an eye on activities if they happen in your country. You will lose the ability to perform proper quality control assessments if you move your business overseas.

That information should be more than enough to show entrepreneurs why they should aim to keep their companies as homegrown as possible. Take a look at the infographic below if you want more information that should bring you around to this way of thinking.

 


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About Dequiana Jackson

Dequiana Jackson, CEO of Inspired Marketing, Inc., is a small business marketing coach who shows women entrepreneurs how to use solid marketing strategies to turn their life’s passion into a profitable, service-based business. Dequiana is the author of Know Your Business: How to Attract Ideal Clients & Sell More and runs the award-winning blog, Entrepreneur-Resources.net.

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