Get involved and be a part of the Make it in Great Britain campaign 2012 which is aiming to transform the image of UK manufacturing.
Launched in November 2011 by Business Secretary Vince Cable and Business Minister Mark Prisk, Make it in Great Britain is a campaign aiming to transform the image of modern UK manufacturing and to raise awareness of its importance for the economy.
The campaign will culminate in an exhibition which celebrates the best of British manufacturing, held at the Science Museum during the Olympic and Paralympic Games time. The exhibition will highlight the successes of the manufacturing sector, show the true face of British manufacturing and encourage young people to consider a career in the industry.
Whether you’re involved in manufacturing directly; work on behalf of people who do; or are simply passionate about British manufacturing, there are several ways to get involved in Make it in Great Britain.
- Becoming a campaign sponsor. Please complete the enquiry form to register your interest in receiving more information when it becomes available.
- Make it in Great Britain Challenge. A nationwide competition to identify innovative pre-market products and processes, that will be featured as part of the Make it in Great Britain exhibition. Please complete the enquiry form to register your interest in receiving more information when it becomes available.
- Twitter. Follow @MakeitinGB on Twitter for the latest news about the campaign. By retweeting our tweets, you’ll be spreading the word about the campaign and showing your support.
- Case studies. We can potentially use case studies in media activity, highlighting both the campaign and your organisation or business. Please complete the enquiry form to register your interest in providing a case study.
- Visit the Exhibition. At the Science Museum in London between 24 July and 9 September 2012. The Exhibition will be innovative, interactive and inspiring – so please come and join us and see what British manufacturing has to offer!