Consulting Services

Product Development

New product development is the process of bringing an original product idea to market. Although it differs by industry, it can essentially be broken down into five stages: ideation, research, planning, prototyping, sourcing, and costing.

With vast experience in various product categories from Hardline & Soft Home Items and with over 1000 factory visits in China & Asia.

MGCP can help to get you from Idea to market successfully.

Quality

No business can deny the significance of Quality Assurance (QA) and the boost it gives them in the market. The idea of QA was first started as a practice in manufacturing enterprises, and has gradually become a necessary goal for businesses in all sectors.

According to experts, “Quality assurance is the systematic way to determine whether the products or services of a company meet quality standards and satisfy customer expectations.”

MGCP can take care of your Quality and provide solutions.

Sourcing

The first Sourcing definition i.e. strategic sourcing is a concept that was popularized by major consultancy companies in the late 1980’s 1990’s and is now considered a standard purchasing strategy used by many blue chip companies.

The most popular definition of sourcing is strategic sourcing. This is the process of taking advantage of purchasing opportunities by continually reviewing current needs against purchasing opportunities.

MGCP can help you find the right partners.

Price Negotiation

Parties involved in negotiations can vary. They can include talks between buyers and sellers, an employer and prospective employee, or between the governments of two or more countries.

Tired of going back and forth with emails and calls?

MGCP can handle it for you, getting past SE Asian cultures and language barriers to help all parties and partners benefit.

Factory Management

The problems and pressures facing manufacturing companies ultimately find their way to the factory floor, where managers have to deal with them through some sort of organisational structure. Unfortunately, this structure often is itself part of the problem.

Moreover, problems in a corporation’s manufacturing organisation frequently surface at about the same time as problems in the rest of the company, and they surface in a variety of ways.

MGCP investigate factory problems and can implement changes for you.