I, Dalphine LaLaurie, am an alternative voodoo occultist entrepreneur from Louisiana and run an underground black market called Grimm Fairy artifacts Inc. Dubbed "The Bitch Queen" by lamestream liberals, I have been operating since the 1800s, offering my services to a wealthy clientele in the application of witchcraft. For all the whiny millennials with their Starbucks Frappucino and avocado toast, who insist that the American Dream is dead, I am a prime example of a self-made woman who has broken the glass ceiling. My business offers several services: Harvesting materials from slaves (fat, bones, skin, etc) to create magically imbued items and artifacts. These items are imbued with the Mana of the individual they are made of to create magical effects. These can include items used to ward off mystical creatures, to creating better weapons, to something mundane like a wallet that can hold unlimited amounts of things. Sacrificing individuals in occultic rituals. The Mana harnessed from these sacrifices are used to power spells. Alternatively, specific organs can be harvested for use as necessary ingredients for other rituals. Voodoo rituals that affect targets have a backlash on the user. These individuals are used as proxies to absorb the negative energies resulting from the backlash, absorbing the negative effects, ranging from serious injuries to death. My ultimate goal is to become the Walmart of the black market, a one-stop shop for magical items or services for rich clientele. Of course, this will be a massive operation involving many parts: 1. paying slave-nappers to obtain targets from third-world countries and failed states 2. transporting them to various locations around the country. 3. housing and storing them until an order is placed. 4. Killing and breaking down of parts to use in rituals when needed My organization has been hampered by the abolition of slavery. As a result, keeping the business running has become quite expensive with a low margin of return. I need to update my business practices to fit a 21st century model of cutting costs to maximize profit. How can I streamline this process effectively to make it cheap and profitable?