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Smith & Warren: Core Values of a Family Business

Delivering the utmost value to our customers has been at the core of the Smith & Warren culture since its humble beginnings in 1925.   As a closely held family-owned business we are able to operate under a set of core values and principals without answering to shareholders or having to justify every business decision to big executives. 234 more words

Manufacturers Show Optimism for the Future

The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) conducted a survey earlier this year among manufacturers to gauge their level of business confidence and to find out more about other important aspects of business such as taxes, health care, and insurance. 248 more words

American Manufacturing

Retrotechtacular: Designing and Building RCA Televisions

While it’s almost cliché to say they don’t make things like they used to, this week’s Retrotechtacular offers fairly conclusive proof that, at the very least, they used to put more time and effort into manufacturing consumer electronics. 328 more words

Hackaday Columns

Tackling the Gender Gap in Manufacturing

In our previous blog, we discussed the importance of boosting interest for the next generation of workers. While we believe getting any worker into manufacturing is key, we can’t help but think about the specific importance of recruiting women in manufacturing. 343 more words

American Manufacturing

The Truth about American Productivity

If you listen to any mainstream economist ​you’ll learn that “productivity growth is good for American workers.” Productivity goes up, and with it comes rising prosperity for all. 393 more words

Social Justice

Encouraging the Next Generation of Manufacturing Workers

Earlier this year, our CEO Trisha Mowry and our president Jack Mowry were highlighted in the Bone Zone publication. The article centered on a recent major growth spurt for… 295 more words

American Manufacturing

Infographic: Made in the USA

With the month of July officially underway, Atmel is celebrating Independence Day in patriotic fashion, paying tribute to one of the quintessential cornerstones of the nation’s economic engine – manufacturing. 615 more words

Makers Movement