The Made in Britain organisation


Made in Britain brings together the British manufacturing community, united with the use of the registered collective mark. Made in Britain offers members support in four areas: sales, marketing, exports and PR. Becoming a member entitles your business to a profile page on the Made in Britain Directory alongside all the other makers in 50 product categories. We encourage buyers, specifiers and consumers to use the MiB Directory as the procurement site for British-made goods.

Many Made in Britain members use the network of membership to find new suppliers and buyers. 

We promote members' stories with our news stream, social media and in local and national media. We send a regular email newsletter to members, so make sure the email address is allowed through your email filters.

Journalists look to Made in Britain to know who is making what in Britain. By being a member, you’ll increase the profile of your businesses with sector-based media looking to emphasise what Britain is making right now. We also hold member workshops around the country where you can learn from other members, pitch your product, get lots of valuable social media insight and hear from experts in marketing, exports, PR and sales.

Made in Britain is a fast-growing community of like-minded manufacturers. By applying the Made in Britain collective mark to your product, packaging or website, your business is making it really clear to buyers and consumers that you're making right here to the very highest standards.

These are the key benefits of joining Made in Britain:

  • Join the Made in Britain network of manufacturers selling more with one mark.
  • Your own manufacturer page in the Made in Britain Directory.
  • Exclusive Member-to-Member offers, trade discounts and networking.
  • Regular members' email newsletter.
  • Marketing,  sales, PR and social media training via our Workshop programme. 

We'd love to hear from you and know what you are making in Britain. Joining our organisation starts with completion of the application form

Made in Britain annual membership fees

Company turnover up to £1m per annum - £150 excl. VAT

Company turnover between £1m and £5m per annum - £300 excl. VAT

Company turnover between >£5m and up to £30m per annum - £1000 excl. VAT

Company turnover over >£30m per annum - £1500 excl. VAT 




John Pearce, chief executive officer

John was once affectionately described as a ‘factory-visit junkie’ by chairman Chris Harrop. Since joining Made in Britain in April 2015 he’s certainly developed a healthy obsession with provenance marketing and the amazing stories members tell of their businesses some stretching back more than 100 years. His time off is spent with family, friends or photography – perfect leisure time is with all three.

Nicola Kemble, membership manager

Nicola is the membership manager at Made in Britain, she’s often the first point of contact for members. Nicola welcomes new members and helps existing members engage with us, she answers questions from potential members and manages our events calendar. Nicola enjoys finding out about the different manufacturing businesses we have within membership and hearing how passionate our members are about supporting British manufacturing. Nicola enjoys zumba and travel.

Curtis Bligh, marketing officer 

Curtis is the marketing officer at Made in Britain and is responsible for running the social media accounts across Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. If he’s not watching Portsmouth F.C. or finishing off his degree at Portsmouth University, Curtis can be found turning his excitement for marketing into authentic useful content for members of Made in Britain. He loves working with British manufacturers across social media celebrating the high quality, innovative designs that can only be found in the British manufacturing industry.

Martyn Moore, content editor

Martyn is the content editor at Made in Britain, so he's responsible for the words, pictures and videos we create. If he’s not off gallivanting on his motorbike or in his camper-van, he's at his happiest making Sunday lunch for his family while singing along to hits from the 1970s. He loves the contact with diverse manufacturers and telling their stories through his work with Made in Britain.



Left to right: Chris Harrop of Marshalls plc; Camilla Hadcock of Roach Bridge Tissues; Peter Atmore of Fracino; David Osborne of Roman Ltd