Make it British forum will be held on November 2 in Manchester. The one-day forum will provide delegates the knowledge and expertise required to successfully manufacture, promote and sell a brand that is made in Britain. A host of industry experts, who understand what it takes to successfully negotiate the UK manufacturing supply chain, will be on hand to offer advice along with an inspiring line up of brand owners and manufacturers to help provide solutions to some challenges and set delegates well on the way to developing a great Made in Britain business.
Developing a product that is made in the UK is not always easy, and this forum aims to equip visitors with the expertise required. English Fine Cottons will throw light on how the first cotton spinning mill in the UK now affords businesses the opportunity to have a totally British supply chain. There will be an opportunity to quiz some of the UK’s best fashion and accessory manufacturers.
Founded in 2011, Make it British is the go-to resource for information on UK manufacturing and British-made brands. Make it British believes that a product’s provenance is of the utmost importance. Buying authentic British goods, manufactured by skilled craftsman using the finest materials, can help keep these skills alive in the UK.