Yes, you have more than likely heard the stories of the dense starvation and poverty that have plagued the People’s Republic of China – or PRC – for many years now. But you have most likely not seen the positive role that certain industries, like The OSI Group, have played in this time. The OSI Group, in fact, has stood at the forefront when China has needed it the most; it has held a firm presence there for almost 21 years and is not backing down soon. In fact, according to David Mcdonald, a senior executive leader of the OSI Group, the greater work still needs to be done.
OSI Group has lead the way for many of China’s Beijing Olympics and now plans on returning quite soon for the next one on the list, an event not to be missed. Food service hospitality combined, the OSI Group delivers – and it’s largely due to David Mcdonald. He is a man of his word and a firm believer in the impossible; he and his company have seen many untold – and even highly unexpected – successes in the last four years, not to mention forgotten victories in the years prior to that. OSI Group has been around for more than two decades and seen its many ups and downs though it has never ceased to exist, and that alone is a blessing men like Mcdonald have always been the needed propeller for change in the organization, applying balance and fervor to all areas that required it.
Mcdonald was recently interviewed by several organizations. He discussed possible reasons for why he was selected – and not any other leader or organization – as one of the Global Visionary Award recipients, along with OSI President Sheldon Lavin. Mcdonald had much to share and was willing to offer viable evidence in the form of stats, documented research, past efforts and more, on why his company continues to stand with the best – and even in the more difficult foreign markets, those harder to initially reach. China is the prime example here.