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Made in Colorado 2017 – Manufacturing poised for growth [Video]

Creative Colorado product companies gather for annual celebration


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PHOTO BY: JORDAN HUEGLI


The Made in Colorado 2017 Forum and Awards brought together the state's greatest goods and their makers to celebrate and discuss the state of manufacturing.

Filmmaker Jesse Barlow joined in the festivities and captured some of the "creativity and energy" of the sector. "In Colorado, we have a lot of smart, small manufacturers that are more agile and able to respond to customers' needs..." said Tim Heaton, president of the Colorado Advanced Manufacturing Alliance.  He said the state's high-mix, low volume manufacturers are more nimble and responsive to shifts in marketplace. Additionally, Heaton said he expects: "In the long-run, I think we're poised for growth."


 

 

Colorado Innovation in Manufacturing - 2017 Made in Colorado Manufacturing Forum and Awards from Jesse Barlow on Vimeo.

Jesse Barlow is a promotional testimonial video producer. He owns and operates his own business, providing project management, international production and post-production services. Barlow helps clients who need to communicate to specialists using industry-specific language. He delivers video libraries for websites, social media, expos, training and internal corporate communications. Jesse Barlow LLC empowers clients to create captivating short films that deliver impact.

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