Leaders are made according to Sheldon Lavin. He has worked for it for more than three decades. This can be approved by stakeholders of OSI Group. He is the chief executive officer of OSI Group which is the leading food producer in the world. The company has more than 70 facilities across 16 countries. They are still on their way to various countries in search of better opportunities and identification of markets for their products. Read more news at osigroup.com.
OSI Group started way back in 1900 and the century they have been in business has made them so successful. It was initially owned by Otto who was a German immigrant. It was a small shop that was operating in Illinois, Chicago. He used to supply the area neighborhoods with meat. The company growth took shape and he even took his sons with him to help him run the venture. It was bearing a lot of fruits until they registered the business as Otto & Sons.
Around 1963, McDonald’s opened a restaurant in Chicago and requested Otto & Sons to supply meat at their outlet. McDonald’s was able to grow and expand tremendously within a very short period. They started opening branches across all corners of the country to a point of Otto & Sons concentrating on their business alone. At around 1970, they needed funding to enable them to advance in their facilities. The existing ones could not hold a huge demand. They approached Sheldon Lavin & Associates for consultancy services. He was able to refer them to a very good credit partner who offered very low-interest rates.
Sheldon Lavin would then become a close friend of the two brothers who were at the retirement age. When one stepped down, Sheldon Lavin took over his roles as a partner. They decided to change the name of the company to OSI Group from Otto & Sons. He did not for many years as a partner. The younger brother also left after a certain period, Sheldon Lavin became the company’s Chief Executive Officer and the owner of the company. Much progress has been realized and Sheldon is one of the few people who have brought these changes on board. See also: https://www.forbes.com/companies/osi-group/