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How to Market When Orders Are Slow – Part Two

How to Market When Orders Are Slow – Part Two

By Polaris MEP National Network Partner Mary Mechler, IMEC Part 2: Getting the Message Out After your manufacturing organization has identified customer pains and your solutions, it's time begin communicating. Use What You Have in Place Now The key is to use the...

How to Market to New and Current Customers When Orders Are Slow

How to Market to New and Current Customers When Orders Are Slow

By Polaris MEP National Network Partner Mary Mechler, IMEC Part 1: Making a Plan A May 2020 survey of RI Manufacturing CEOs showed the impact of coronavirus on sales. It seems each day, another challenge is added to an already very complex business environment. Many...

ecoRI News: Ocean State Wades Into Buttressing Its Blue Economy

ecoRI News: Ocean State Wades Into Buttressing Its Blue Economy

Polaris MEP is part of a coalition of groups working to turn "blue into the new green" in the Ocean State, as reported by ecoRI News' Grace Kelly. Kelly writes that a variety of organizations that fall within the blue economy, such as Rhode Island Marine Trade...

Providence Business News: Five Questions with Chris Cinieri

Providence Business News: Five Questions with Chris Cinieri

Polaris MEP Project Manager Chris Cinieri spoke with Susan Shalhoub of the Providence Business News about the complications in supply-chain demand due to COVID-19, the true value of a strong domestic supply network, and how the MEP national Supplier Scouting program...

Employee problems? Your company core values may be to blame

Employee problems? Your company core values may be to blame

By Polaris MEP Partner, John Boudreau, Envisionable I’ve noticed that employee problems at small businesses can often be traced to the same source – the company's core values. Let me explain. The other day I received a call from a manufacturer. He was worried that...