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We can see that a few of these companies have debt that is more than 2x their EBITDA. In such a situation, one would see that it is necessary to have for revenues happening on a regular basis. Increased revenues would help to pay off debts.

One must understand why a company like the OSI Group has good prospects. After al

l, an investor or an employee only has so much time in this world. The OSI Group may be a company to look into after finding out that it has dealt with large corporations that serve burgers within this world.

When an investor understands the obvious elements of a company like the OSI Group then they can dig deeper into the company. The OSI Group is not a government-sponsored enterprise. This specific company operates in the meatpacking and processing area of the world. It is a commercial operation and thus it is one that that deals with other businesses and not directly with a specific consumer.

The company has several lines of business but has always stuck to its core lines of business since it was started. This is one business that is needed and will thrive as long as there is a demand for meat.

Remember that this is a private company as well.

One must realize that a company must have competitive advantages for investors to get involved. If a company does not have competitive advantages then an investor would have to think twice as to why they are interested in having the company as a part of a portfolio. With a lower cost of funds than others, that can serve as a competitive advantage, overall efficiencies can serve as a competitive advantage. There are many other factors that can serve as competitive advantages to a company like the OSI Group.

Private enterprise can be lucrative but there must always be some sort of edge that translates into proper and real value across the board.

One company like the entity being discussed does have scale. The scale is important because that means that it is known and will continue to be prevalent The Sustainability Vision of Sheldon Lavin, CEO of OSI Group

Mina came to age in a family that loved baking, and she fell in love with the food industry from the family passions. Today, she is a career woman who has earned her spot as an accomplished caterer in America.

Though Mina did not stick to baking only, she has diversified her brand to include all kinds of food for all types of occasions. She is the author of various menus and will invite you for menu tasting once you contact her for catering. Not only does she believe in top-notch service for her diverse client base, she thinks that everybody deserves to eat mouthwatering and healthy food. Junking is not her style.

Whether you are a bride that has fallen head over heels in love, a corporate boss seeking to impress a client or hosting a day out with the boys or girls, Mina ensures that you get your money’s worth. Her career is her daily life.

Self-made

The food industry has scandals from poor delivery systems, lousy food, small portions or unhygienic food preparation conditions. Scandals, however, are not Mina’s story as she has successfully run the Saint Germaine catering business since its inception without a dissatisfied customer coming back to complain. She started small and now is at the top managing food equipment worth millions and quite some focused staff. Her business is operational in four states, her recognition as one of the top forty women under the age of forty in the business world is phenomenal. She also wowed the enterprising world enough, for her to win the award under the women category. There is no stopping this woman that begun her climb from the dirt and is now dining with the crème de la crème of society.

She Believes in

Her philanthropy is empowering women, and women handle all aspects of Saint Germain Caterers. She believes that America holds opportunities for everyone that is keen enough to pursue it. Finally, she feels that it is never too early or too late to start a business.

More about Mina

She has a food blog dedicated to food. She hosts menu tastings every month to extend her clientele base. She is also involved in the designing of the Saint Germaine website, to broaden their horizons further.

https://www.bizjournals.com/washington/print-edition/2010/10/29/40-under-40-mina-ebrahimi.html