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What Is ‘Made in America’ Worth?
Probably more than you think. As more manufacturing returns to U.S. shores, early signs show that a “Made in America” label is a serious competitive advantage.
International perceptions of “Made in America,” are rooted in global perceptions of the country itself—and that news is surprisingly favorable for domestic manufacturers. Simon Anholt is a British branding consultant and creator of the Anholt-GfK Roper Nation Brands Index, which measures a nation’s international reputation. In the market-research company’s most recent survey, released in late October, the U.S. ranked first—for the fourth year in a row. Read More
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What Is ‘Made in America’ Worth?

Probably more than you think. As more manufacturing returns to U.S. shores, early signs show that a “Made in America” label is a serious competitive advantage.

International perceptions of “Made in America,” are rooted in global perceptions of the country itself—and that news is surprisingly favorable for domestic manufacturers. Simon Anholt is a British branding consultant and creator of the Anholt-GfK Roper Nation Brands Index, which measures a nation’s international reputation. In the market-research company’s most recent survey, released in late October, the U.S. ranked first—for the fourth year in a row. Read More

(via What Is ‘Made in America’ Worth? | Inc.com)

American-Made, Made Easy

If stateside shoppers spent only five percent more on American-made goods, nearly one million new U.S. jobs would be created — that’s one way to end a recession.
With this statistic in mind, [Boston-based small business] Ball and Buck founder Mark Bollman has curated the best of the best in domestic menswear for this [past] weekend’s inaugural American Field Movement pop-up market. Read More

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American-Made, Made Easy

If stateside shoppers spent only five percent more on American-made goods, nearly one million new U.S. jobs would be created — that’s one way to end a recession.

With this statistic in mind, [Boston-based small business] Ball and Buck founder Mark Bollman has curated the best of the best in domestic menswear for this [past] weekend’s inaugural American Field Movement pop-up market. Read More

(via American-Made, Made Easy, image via The Phoenix)