How changing careers changed this single mother's life.
At 47 years old, signing up for computer training at the Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland launched a new manufacturing career.
In 1985, Michael Garvey got a phone call — come home to Youngstown, Ohio and bring the family business out of insolvency.
Despite stress, fear, and unprecedented safety protocols, GOJO increased PURELL™ production by 300% in 2020.
In just two days, more than 2,000 Ohio manufacturers joined the Ohio Manufacturing Alliance to Fight COVID-19 and make PPE.
In 2008, a cold call to Bettcher Industries spawned a new company — and an invention that’s saving lives.
Vedang Kothari went from intern to CEO by taking a cancer invention to a CEO who believed in him and a company that incubates innovation.
Kinetico is a global company with hundreds of millions in estimated annual revenue making innovative water treatment products.
Jack Schron Jr., President & CEO of Jergens Inc., is positive Northeast Ohio has what it takes to be the smart manufacturing capital of the United States.
Pierre’s Ice Cream Company has grown from a small shop to a company with 36 million scoops of ice cream in its freezer, all in the heart of Cleveland.
Lincoln Electric was founded in Cleveland in 1895 with $200, an invention, and a dream to manufacture an innovative electric motor.
Together, our Blueprint Champions will create thousands of jobs, transform our industry, and lead the world.
The Make It Better movement was ignited by MAGNET: The Manufacturing Advocacy and Growth Network, as part of our work to grow the manufacturing industry in Northeast Ohio and bring prosperity to our region. We’re a non-profit on a mission to help companies transform to make the future better. Follow MAGNET on Twitter and LinkedIn.