Why Massachusetts

Whether accessing critical resources, fostering collaboration, or finding qualified workers, you won't find a more supportive environment to grow your business than in Massachusetts.

Manufacturing helps drive Massachusetts' economy:
Massachusetts manufacturers benefit from a comprehensive ecosystem.
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World-Class Universities

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An educated workforce with world-class universities that produce talented graduates and invest in scientific R&D.

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Manufacturing Engagement

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By hosting Manufacturing USA Institutes, Massachusetts is home to the development of cutting-edge manufacturing technologies and processes.

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Government Support

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The Commonwealth of Massachusetts actively works to create a pro-business growth environment.

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Economic Cluster

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A well-developed concentration of related businesses that share infrastructure, a robust supply chain, and distribution networks.

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Pioneering Entrepreneurship

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A world leader in venture capital, Massachusetts has a trailblazing start-up ecosystem that supports and inspires innovators at a wide range of manufacturers.

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High-Caliber Workforce

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Competent, skilled workers resulting from strong partnerships with community colleges, technical schools, the workforce investment system, and industry groups.

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Find a Massachusetts Manufacturer

There are more than 7,000 manufacturing companies in Massachusetts. You can explore them all using this convenient tool.

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Manufacturing Matchmaking Tool

The Enterprise Massachusetts Network helps start-ups and small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) innovate and grow by connecting them directly to other Massachusetts manufacturers for problem-solving and business solutions. This customized service is managed by MassMEP representatives who will work on your behalf to identify key resources to develop business strategy, perform market intelligence, enhance workforce skills, and locate local manufacturing design and/or production capability.

Partnering to Promote Manufacturing

Advanced Manufacturing Collaborative (AMC)

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts established the AMC to partner with public and private stakeholders to develop and implement the Commonwealth's manufacturing plan, fostering and strengthening the conditions necessary for growth and innovation in Massachusetts manufacturing. The AMC works closely with the Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development (EOHED) as the Commonwealth's leadership group for convening industry, academia, and policymakers to promote manufacturing and engage stakeholders on challenges and opportunities facing the industry.

AMC Members

  • Ted Acworth (Artaic)
  • Helena Fruscio Altsman (Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development)*
  • Abi Barrow (The Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center)
  • Barry Bluestone (Northeastern University)
  • Stephen Boyd (Boyd Technologies)
  • Rich Breault (Lightspeed)
  • Jim Capistran (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
  • Kimberly Caruso (Raytheon)
  • David Cruise (Regional Employment Board of Hamden County)
  • Joanna Dowling (The Custom Group Center for Manufacturing Technology)
  • Tom Faulkner (Applied Materials)
  • Brian Gilmore (Associated Industries of Massachusetts)
  • Steve Grande (Meridian Industrial Group)
  • Leslie Greis (Kinefac Corporation)
  • John Killam (MassMEP)
  • David Kirk (formerly with Airxchange)
  • Ted Lapres (formerly with Nypro)
  • Pat Larkin (Massachusetts Technology Collaborative)
  • Senator Eric Lesser
  • Travis McCready (Massachusetts Life Sciences Center)
  • Peter Monkiewicz (Kayem Foods)
  • Ira Moskowitz (Massachusetts Technology Collaborative)*
  • Roy Nascimento (North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce)
  • Galen Nelson (Massachusetts Clean Energy Center)
  • Nam Pham (Massachusetts Office of Business Development)
  • Kate Phelon (Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce)
  • Elisabeth Reynolds (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  • Representative Jeff Roy
  • Michael Tamasi (AccuRounds)*
  • Dawn Thomas (Instrument Technology, Inc.)
  • *AMC co-chairs
For more information, please contact:

Michael Tamasi
President and CEO
AccuRounds

Ira Moskowitz
Director, Advanced Manufacturing Programs
The Innovation Institute at the MassTech Collaborative

Helena Fruscio Altsman
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Technology and Director of the Creative Economy
Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development

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