Made in Britain is a growing community of British manufacturers applying the protected collective marks to products, packaging, websites, and social media.
By joining our organisation, your business is making it clear to buyers, specifiers, and consumers that you're manufacturing to the very highest standards in Great Britain or Northern Ireland.
The key benefits you can enjoy when you join Made in Britain:
Licenced access to the Made in Britain mark
Your membership includes your licence to use the protected mark under our Terms.
Registered at the UK government’s Intellectual Property Office, it is officially recognised and can only be used by Made in Britain members.
Upload your products into the Members’ Product Directory
The Members’ Product Directory is a great opportunity to showcase your products by adding descriptions and photos together with information on how to buy them and links to online sales channels.
Your page in the official Members Directory
Your business will have a dedicated company profile which you can populate with text, photos and videos, a link to your website and all your social media accounts.
Post your company updates in Made in Britain Members’ News
The members area of the website allows you to post product and company news, which we then publish and promote on your behalf in our weekly newsletter sent to all member businesses.
Information, guidance & support on international trade
We offer regular exporting webinars, workshops, and participate in international trade panels, to support you to sell more of what you make overseas. Our areas of focus include cutting through red tape, market-entry and the identification, onboarding, and management of overseas partners.
Self-check on sustainability for manufacturers with the Green Growth Assessment
Created in partnership with the Cambridge Judge Business School, Made in Britain’s Green Growth assessment helps you identify ways to become a more sustainable business, and is your first step towards achieving Net Zero.
Apply for a Secondary Licence
Made in Britain members can apply for a Secondary Licence, to enable their business to use the official Made in Britain Mark to identify products that they make under contractual agreements with other businesses. Referred to as OEM or ‘White Label’ manufacturing, the Secondary Licence is there to protect the long-term integrity of the official Made in Britain Mark, and to enable better traceability of the goods made by our members. This is an optional licence service for members that have this business requirement.
Be seen and heard on social media.
Members can tag their company updates to our social platforms for our social team to interact with the posts.
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Made in Britain annual licence and membership fees
|Effective from 00:01 Friday, 1 December 2023
|Tier 1 (companies with a turnover of up to £1m)
|£195 per year
|Tier 2 (companies with a turnover of £1m to £5m)
|£390 per year
|Tier 3 (companies with a turnover of £5m to £15m)
|£995 per year
|Tier 4 (companies with a turnover of £15m or more)
|£1,925 per year
|Secondary Licence (for each additional licence)
|All fees are exclusive of VAT @ 20%