Operations manager oversees the production and ensures that every production standard is met. External agencies or businesses may outsource some manufacturing processes, such as branding. To create different styles of training apparel, the company will be using Kingstone Technology and Levie Branding. These subcontractors come from the design and branding field. The subcontractors are design and branding industry professionals. They will be responsible for product quality. They will be responsible for sourcing cotton and polyester from farmers, as well as producing linens and creating workout-appropriate patterns and styles.
To automate some production processes, a machine for sewing, fabric-making, or enterprise resource planning (ERP), is necessary. Hand and paddle sewing machines as well plain needle and flatlock machines make up the necessary capital equipment. Exclusive distribution will be implemented by the company, which sells products only to certain retailers (Hartanto and al. 2020). It would promote its products via online marketing. To reach customers, the business will utilize e-commerce.
To minimize owners’ losses exposure, the firm will operate as a limited liability company. This limited liability corporation works well because ownership and stockholders are flexible as taxes restrictions are not strict (Lamb, et al. 2020). Steve Cruz (35% of company equity), Michael Stuck (15%), and Alvarez Simona (10%) serve as the principal stockholders. The corporation has issued seventy-five per cent of its voting shares. This means approximately 10 shareholders have the right to vote and could control the direction of the company’s affairs. Steve Cruz (CEO & Chairman), Jeff McCarthy (Secretary), and Herald Jefferson are the board’s three members (Member). A functional organogram will be used to arrange the departments according to their respective competencies. It will be the responsibility of the chief executive officer to formulate a strategy plan and authorize capital-intensive investments. He or she must also maintain strategic viability. Budgeting and loan approval will all be handled by the Chief Financial Officer. Overseeing production and supply chain activities is the responsibility of the chief manufacturing officer. The Chief Human Resources Officer will create and oversee personnel-related procedures including staff resourcing, training and development, performance evaluations, and succession planning (Kotler& Keller, 2020).