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Xometry – Manufacturing High-Five Series

High-Five Series
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Manufacturers Who Are a Great Example to Others In Their Industry

In our Manufacturing High-Five series, we like to give a shout out to manufacturers who are a great example to others in the areas of philanthropy, social media, or web development. This month, we’re highlighting Xometry, a Maryland based tech and software company working to improve and revitalize the American manufacturing landscape through the use of streamlined quoting, engineering, and integration within the manufacturing sector. This company excels in various aspects that make a strong business; however, their social media and web development is a shining example of their continued success throughout the years. Through the use of many different marketing and social media tools, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube, Xometry is able to stay connected and reach just about any prospective customer they come across.

Xometry’s Internet presence should serve as an example to all manufacturers on how good web techniques can lead to great, as well as continued, success. Sales and marketing are the bloodline to any successful business, and with many manufacturers lacking a strong social media presence, this can be a great way to build up and make your business stronger and more profitable. Xometry has done a fantastic job, and we look forward to seeing what they will do next.

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About Frances Brunelle

Frances Brunelle is the founder of Accelerated Manufacturing Brokers, Inc., which specializes in the sale of lower middle-market manufacturing companies nationally. Fran and her team help to ensure the continuity of U.S. Manufacturing by transitioning ownership to the next generation of entrepreneurs. Recently Fran was named to 2020 Most Influential Women in Mid-Market M&A (Mergers & Acquisitions). Fran is also the host of the WAM (Women and Manufacturing) podcast, a Jacket Media production. Fran writes on topics that help manufacturing business owners prepare their companies for sale and navigate the sale process to ensure a positive financial result in support of their retirement.

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