Why I Never Outsource My Work: A Personal Perspective / Jan, 2023
As a designer, architect and real estate developer, I take great pride in the work that I do and the projects that I take on. And one of the key decisions that I have made early on in my career is to never outsource any of my work.
Many companies now outsource most of their work, but in my opinion, it shows in the poor quality, delays, and misinterpreted instructions. In my line of work, projects and clients often demand changes and updates at very short notice, and I have found that the best way to ensure that these changes are done correctly and efficiently is to keep everything in-house.
Outsourcing may sound like a great idea at first, but for the creative industries, it can lead to poor quality, delays, and misinterpreted instructions. At my company, we believe in the power of in-house design, where we can make changes and updates at a moment's notice and invest our money back into the communities that support us.
Outsourcing may seem like a great idea at first, but it is not compatible with creative industries like mine. My projects are too critical to be sent out of my office, and I prefer to have complete control over the process, from start to finish.
Another important factor for me is giving back to the communities and countries that give to me. I believe in keeping my money invested in the same people and places that I work with. This is why I always prefer to work with local teams and contractors, and to keep my projects as sustainable as possible.
In short, outsourcing may work for some industries, but for me, it's all about quality, control, and community. I take great pride in the work that I do, and I will always strive to ensure that it is done to the best of my abilities, in-house.