About Us

Made in London is part of the Made in community which includes Made in the Midlands and Made in Yorkshire.

Made in London was launched to raise the profile of members of both Made in the Midlands and Made in Yorkshire in the capital.

Predominantly operating as a public affairs and news hub, Made in London is the influencer arm of the Made in Group, connecting core manufacturing regions of the UK to policy makers, financiers and the media thereby enabling the group to lobby more effectively on their behalf.

Made in London features news stories and analysis on the national news agenda, plus regular commentary on the big issues affecting our members.

It will report from the All Party Group for Manufacturing and provide a platform offering our members the opportunity to feed back on the crucial topics of the day.  Made in London will also act as the conduit for our national events.

Made in London publishes content to increase the flow of information for the manufacturing sector and stimulate debate.  We will also be using Made in London to lead our new International Trade Directory. This lists all members of the Made In network and adds search functions to enable visitors to identify which countries members export to or import from.  This peer to peer export facility will be backed by a bi-annual International Trade Advisory Board which will inform readers of successful overseas business strategies – something of crucial importance in a post-Brexit environment.

Made in London is owned by First Orchard - the same business that owns Made in the Midlands and Made in Yorkshire.

Members subscribe to a monthly plan and as part of that plan they receive their own mini-website/microsite on our innovative platform. This allows them to upload news content, message each other and share and follow member content.

Our Events arm has two key offerings – an annual shell-scheme exhibition and regular best practice member breakfast meetings.

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The Team

Jason Pitt

Lord Mike Whitby

Ilona Pitt

Charles Addison

Britain has an immense store of talent in manufacturing

and many strong companies but the popular image of British manufacturing is poor. We aim to help change that.

2.7 million employees working in UK manufacturing

Average salary 2016/17 mean annual gross pay

Manufacturing £31,489
Whole Economy £27,607
Services £26,825

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