We’ve been a member of and accredited by Made in Britain for a number of years now and it’s had a really positive impact on our business. However, in reality, we’ve been producing British made products and solutions for nearly 40 years from our 25,000 sq ft converted weavers shed, steeped in British Heritage.
The MIB (Made in Britain) membership is focused on manufacturing specifically and serves as an indicator as to whether a manufacturer lives up to world-renowned British quality standards.
It’s easy to forget that Great Britain has an excellent reputation and history for manufacturing, and we’re known across the globe as great innovators and designers, and displaying the MIB mark on our products helps to back up this claim and instils a sense of quality and reliability for our customers.
There’s much more to Made in Britain other than being able to display the logo on products, the organisation serves to bring together the British manufacturing community in a network to help source buyers and suppliers, they also work to help make our manufacturing industry better than it already is with a plethora of regular training courses, networking events and by offering support in 4 key areas: sales, marketing, exports and comms/PR.
Made in Britain is a trademark used by manufacturers, but it’s trusted by people right through the supply chain. In retail and display, buyers like to see us as a part of these important organisations as it stands in good stead when pitching our solutions and services. It’s easy enough for us to say that we produce high-quality solutions, meet certain standards and can be trusted to deliver, but how do we prove it? This just does that.