Made in USA. Three little words, with a not so little impact! Read more
The Value in Made in USA Certification
CERTIFIED clients can’t stop raving about how they have increased contract acquisition and profits. Certified Made in USA improves sales and customer loyalty. Read it for yourself:
“In a competitive environment, Made In USA Certified is another opportunity for differentiation, it’s also one of our most popular marketing initiatives & is one of the key reasons the EarthWise Group had sales growth of 37% over the last two years.”
MARK DAVIS, 2015 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE EARTHWISE GROUP
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ABOUT CERTIFIED, INC.
CERTIFIED Inc. is the United States’ Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) and independent 3rd party Certification Source for “Made in USA, Product of USA – Country of Origin Claims”. The CERTIFIED Technology team are experienced professionals with extensive, pioneering backgrounds in systems integration, software development, encryption, load balancing, electronic signatures, and data collections and national analysis… all on a worldwide scale who have developed a proprietary system of certification authentication, big data recovery and analysis.
WHY MADE IN USA MATTERS
Your customers will ask for USA-Made products because they know American manufacturing is a big deal – it supports over 17 million jobs across the country and contributes over 12% to U.S. GDP. Buying products with the Made in USA label keeps those jobs going, and keeps our economy thriving. And, when you buy a product made in the USA, you can be sure you’re getting American quality and not a cheap, foreign knock-off. So be ready to show customers your Made in USA products.
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