We at TMG would like to express our personal thanks and gratitude to each and every one of you who have supported our blog over the years. We are always surprised and amazed when we run into people all over the world who will acknowledge that they read the blog and look for it every week. Your active support and encouragement is what has kept us going over the years.
That is why we would like to share and actually turn over the recognition that our blog recently received as one of the top Supply Chain blogs. Competing with some large giant firms and their blogs is not an easy challenge but one we relish taking on. Our goal has always been to make sure that we are providing some value every single time we publish the blog. We want it to be informative, interesting, topical, challenging, intriguing and all of those things but most of all, we want it to be useful!!! That was one of the reasons we named it News U Can Use 😊.
Now for the personal request part. We would like to be the best Supply Chain blog out there and even if we never get there, that is our goal from today. The only way we can accomplish that is through your help and all we’re asking for is some feedback. What can we do to be the BEST Supply Chain blog. Please take a few moments and answer the following questions:
Blogging is similar to cooking (just hear me out 😊) and I cook a lot. One of the hardest parts in cooking is trying to decide what to cook. Planning the menu is tough and I find myself asking my wife, and her me, the same question all the time – what would you like to have? And then getting feedback from the people who are eating your cooking becomes critical because regardless of how the food tastes to you, knowing how it tasted to the people you served becomes so important. So just imagine that we serve you a meal once a week and all we’re asking for is, did we pick the right menu? How does it taste? Is it warm enough? Spice level ok? Did it fill you up? Can we get you some more?
Again, A mighty personal thanks from ALL of us for your support of the blog and we look forward to your feedback.
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