Make it in Great Britain

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Make it in Great Britain a campaign recently launched by Business Secretary Vince Cable and Business Minister Mark Prisk aims 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.
If you would like to get involved in an engaging experience that demonstrates how successful and innovative British manufacturing can be, and you have cutting edge products or processes made or designed in Great Britain, then you could be part of the Exhibition from 24 July to 9 September 2012.

Expressions of Interest are now being invited for those who wish their product or process to be considered. Interested parties should complete an online form at and explain what your exhibit is and how you feel it meets the key objectives of Make it in Great Britain. This includes explaining how your product or process could be displayed so it engages an audience.
Deadline: 6th of January 2012

The deadline for completed Expression of Interests is by midday on 6 January 2012. On registering interest, organisations or companies will be sent a submission pack, which will request more information about your exhibit as well as explain the themes of the exhibition and necessary timings. The closing date for completed Submissions is midday 31 January. 


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