Relocation – Why nearshoring is here to stay10 June, 2018
As part of our June 2018 Review, Jackie Bernard takes a look at the pros and cons of nearshoring, providing bespoke solutions for clients.
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In this article from the Armstrong Craven Review, June 2018, our expert Jackie Bernard takes a look at the pros and cons of nearshoring, providing bespoke solutions for clients.
In this article, Jackie takes an insightful look at:
- Addressing major issues of nearshoring
- Relocation needs planning
- Bespoke solutions for clients
The topic of nearshoring is increasingly on the talent agenda.
The practice of transferring a business operation to a nearby country or within a country, especially in preference to a more distant one, has been attracting more attention than ever, especially in Europe, since the run-up to the UK’s Brexit Referendum in 2016.
Nearshoring is thought to offer specifc advantages over offshoring, including proximity, culture and cost. Multinational companies are more likely to consider nearshoring as the costs associated with operating in countries such as China and India have increased, particularly in relation to salary costs.
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