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The New Mexico Manufacturing Extension Partnership is taking the “buy local” concept to a broader level with its New Mexico Made program.
The initiative aims to promote the companies that create and fabricate goods in New Mexico, where manufacturing is a $5.9 billion industry representing 7.4 percent of the total gross state product, according to the National Association of Manufacturers.
It does so by certifying qualifying businesses on the New Mexico Made website directory, raising the profile of the state’s manufacturers and giving participating businesses access to promotions and networking opportunities.
High profile producers
New Mexico MEP launched the project to give the state’s manufacturers an online platform to showcase the products they make and to give New Mexican consumers a place to find and learn more about products made where they live.
It’s also a place where businesses can exchange information, build professional networks and learn how to become more profitable and competitive. New Mexico MEP plans to profile a different registered company each week in the organization’s newsletter and on the MEP website.
Companies that register for the free service can post a profile that contains the company’s logo, contact information, description and photos.
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