PROUD TO BE MADE IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

Manufacturing is an integral part of California’s economy. The Golden State is home to more than 44,000 manufacturers who employ approximately 1.4 million people!

Manex is proud to highlight the importance of manufacturing in the state by launching the NEW Made in Northern California program! The goal of the program is to support the manufacturing sector by raising awareness of the products made in our state and providing resources for the manufacturing community.

Click here to visit the official Made In Northern California blog.

CALIFORNIA’S PRODUCTS

As part of the program, Manex is excited to share the Made in Northern California’s online directory. Whether you are a business looking for new suppliers, or you are a member of the general public looking to purchase products made locally, you can use this directory to browse through California’s manufacturers and the products they create.

PROGRAM RESOURCES

Manex is also providing assistance to Northern California’s manufacturers and business community through the Made in Northern California social media sites. The sites will operate as online forums for professionals to network, read industry articles, ask questions and get tips:

Connect with Made in Northern California on LinkedIn

 Like Made in Northern California on Facebook

Follow Made in Northern California  on Twitter

BECOME A MADE IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PROGRAM MEMBER FOR FREE!

California manufacturers can become a part of the program at no cost. Participants get listed on our online directory and receive various benefits all for free! Click here to register as a participant.

For any questions regarding the Made in Northern California program, please contact Judy Horgan at jhorgan@manexconsulting.com or 925.807.5112.

*The Made in Northern California program is maintained by two MEP Centers, Manex and CMTC. In order to provide more regional benefits for our program participants, Manex’s website and social media sites are dedicated to showcasing and assisting Northern California’s manufacturers, while CMTC is committed to Southern California.