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The Reshoring Institute Shares Twitter-sized Quotes about Bringing Manufacturing Back to the United States

THiNKAHA releases a book that comprises 140 bite-sized AHAmessages™ focused on helping companies to make sourcing decisions.


CUPERTINO, prescription CA – May 3, 2016 – The movement to reshore (also known as onshoring, insourcing, and homeshoring) has become popular in the United States over the last few years. Why do companies decide to reshore manufacturing back to the United States? Because it can reduce the total cost of ownership and speed time to market. In America, it may also reduce unemployment, income inequality, and regulatory compliance risks.

“For the last two decades, American companies have been offshoring production to low-cost countries like Vietnam, China, and Malaysia. In 2010, companies started looking for ways to keep costs low and bring jobs back to America. Reshoring is one of the fastest and most efficient ways to fortify the US economy. It fosters a skilled workforce, decreases the risks of running extended supply chains, and balances the trade and budget shortage,” says Mitchell Levy, Chief Instigator of AHAs and CEO of THiNKAHA.

If you want a quick read about the movement to reshore try The Reshoring Institute's Bring Manufacturing Back to America. It includes bite-sized ideas and approaches to start or increase manufacturing in America.

Here are some of the motivating AHAMessages™ from this book:

  • The evidence is clear. Companies are bringing #Manufacturing back to the US because consumers want products made here. @ReshoringTeam

  • Invest in the next generation by bringing jobs and manufacturing back to the US. @ReshoringTeam

  • For every $1.00 spent in mfg, another $1.32 is added to the economy, the highest multiplier effect of any economic sector. @ReshoringTeam

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About the Reshoring Institute:

The Reshoring Institute offers downloadable research from its website, created and curated by student interns from the University of San Diego Graduate School of Business, and personalized consulting assistance at reasonable fees. The Institute’s mission is to provide research and support for companies bringing manufacturing and services back to America and to educate student interns about the business of manufacturing. The Reshoring Institute is organized under and supported by the University of San Diego Supply Chain Management Institute.  For more information, contact Rosemary Coates at

About the Aha Amplifier™:

The Aha Amplifier is the first 100% curated thought leadership platform containing over 30k AHAmessages that are easily shared on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+. Over 95% of the AHAbooks (contain 140 AHAmessages) are free to read and share. The Aha Amplifier makes it easy to create, organize, and share your own thought leadership messages in digestible, bite-sized morsels. With this platform, anyone can: 1) Easily find and share content that their community is interested in. 2) Write a book and become a recognized expert among their community while expanding their reach. 3)  Make it easy for any fan or advocate to share their bite-sized morsels on social media. The experience of many authors is that they have been able to write their books in less than a day.

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