British manufacturers have an opportunity to display their cutting-edge products or processes at an exhibition in London’s Science Museum during the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The Make it in Great Britain campaign, launched in November 2011 by Business Secretary Vince Cable and Business Minister Mark Prisk, aims to transform the image of modern UK manufacturing and to raise awareness of its importance for the economy.
The campaign will culminate in the exhibition celebrating the best of British manufacturing, held at a time when the capital will be full of visitors from all over the world.
Organisations that would like their product or process to be considered should complete an online form at www.bis.gov.uk/makeitingreatbritain and explain what their exhibit is and how they feel it meets the key objectives of Make it in Great Britain. This includes explaining how their product or process could be displayed so it engages an audience.
The deadline for completed Expression of Interests is by midday on 6 January 2012.
On registering interest, organisations or companies will be sent a submission pack, which will request more information about your exhibit as well as explain the themes of the exhibition and necessary timings.