How Does the Process Work to Assembly Jewelry in the USA?

  How the process works You provide us with the materials for your piece along with a sample or image. We will create the piece following your specific instruction. You in turn, will receive a technically correct, beautiful, finished piece. We will do sample pieces for you so you can see our craftsmanship. It also […]

How Much Will it Cost to Assemble My Jewelry in the USA?

How Much Will it Cost to Assemble My Jewelry in the USA?We charge per piece and have no minimum. The complexity of the piece and the time it takes from start to finish determines the price. We ask that you send a sample, the materials and directions to assemble the pieces so that we can […]

The Decline of the U.S. Garment Industry

It certainly would be nice if we had our own Free Trade Agreement: Duty free access to American products within the USA. What a novel idea! We do so much for worldwide economies: tax breaks, building factories, hiring villages to work them. Why can’t we have the same system here? Encourage manufacturing & stimulate local […]

Cooperation with Georgia Institute of Technology for BMW

Cooperation with Georgia Institute of Technology Josef Kerscher, head of the BMW plant in Spartanburg: “The Spartanburg plant is looking forward to exciting projects with Georgia Tech and hopes this collaboration will be highly successful on both sides.” Cooperation will initially focus on research in the field of production. The partnership’s first concrete steps will […]

How Liamolly With the Help of Was Able to Get it #MadeinAmerica

On, all kinds of people asking for financing on all kinds of projects, from film projects to food producers, artists, and inventors. And all increments of donations. All kinds of projects across the USA. This particular story got my attention, Seema Sudan of Liamolly, had been producing sweaters in Asia and their demands went […]

Manufacturing Job Program Helps Austin’s Art District

Here’s a fine example of vocational education helping people grow their community.Manufacturing Job Program Helps Develop Austin’s Art District “These are high-demand jobs and high skilled kind of work,” said Amara Enyia, executive director of ACT. “This is part of a national effort to close the skills gap and link education to the economy.” It’s […]

Paul Krugman: The Economic Crisis Will Permanently Scar New Graduates – 92Y Blog – 92nd Street Y – New York, NY

So again, is college worth it? Yes it’s terribly wrong Paul Krugman, but how about going after the problem in the high schools, at freshman level. Going after the guidance counselors who advise kids to follow a path to financial debt. Not only will they scar their “entire work career” but they will live with […]

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