Buy American Supplier Scouting MEP is conducting Supplier Scouting processes to connect government agencies that have Buy American provision requirements with U.S. manufacturers who can make the products they need. Leveraging MEP’s vast knowledge of local manufacturer capabilities from across the nation, MEP is identifying manufacturers’ production and technical capabilities to match them up with viable business opportunities that would have otherwise gone to foreign suppliers. Learn more…
NIM: National Innovation Marketplace NIM – National Innovation Marketplace is a complimentary online service that connects manufacturers to technology and business opportunities resulting in new markets and new products necessary for success in the global marketplace. Learn more…
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Energy Efficient Buildings Hub The Energy Efficient Buildings Hub (EEB Hub) is a five-year collaboration of more than 90 organizations that have secured nearly $130 million from the U.S. Department of Energy, the National Institute of Standards & Technology Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NIST/MEP) under the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. Small Business Administration, and the U.S. Economic Development Administration to create and showcase energy-efficient technologies and products for integrated building design. This initiative represents the first time federal, state, and local public and private assets will be shared to create a formal innovation cluster that includes applied research, commercialization, manufacturing, and workforce education. Learn more…
U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service International Trade Administration (US&FCS) The U.S. Commercial Service offers the trade counseling, market intelligence, business matchmaking, and commercial diplomacy manufacturers need to connect with lucrative business opportunities. In addition, they help companies develop trade finance and insurance strategies that align with a company’s particular business objectives and help complete export transactions. Learn how NJ manufacturers can benefit from its resources at its website Export.gov/New Jersey
NJ/Advanced Manufacturing Talent NetworkManufactureNJ is a network of individuals and organizations committed to developing and implementing programs to train the much-needed manufacturing workforce. The NJIT led Advanced Manufacturing Talent Network, (ManufactureNJ, MNJ) is an industry demand-side driven strategy to respond to current and future employment and education needs within this rapidly changing industry. The network will be an important change agent to empower NJ companies and their workforces to compete in a global economy. To learn more about the Advanced Manufacturing Talent Network visit its website, ManufactureNJ.org
ManufactureNJ promotes manufacturing throughout the state through various program and events. Please consider making a donation at the level you deem appropriate to continue to promote manufacturing in New Jersey. All donations large and small are welcomed and appreciated. 100% of your donation may be tax deductible.
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Jobs4Jersey will help guide people to some of New Jersey’s best online tools for finding work, finding skilled employees and connecting to the many programs established to aide businesses and workers alike.
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