Made is an advertising agency. We make work that makes American jobs. Strategically disruptive, creatively brilliant work that hijacks, subverts or reinvents product categories, or better yet, creates new ones.

Made is an advertising agency. We make work that makes American jobs. Strategically disruptive, creatively brilliant work that hijacks, subverts or reinvents product categories, or better yet, creates new ones.

Made is an advertising agency. We make work that makes American jobs. Strategically disruptive, creatively brilliant work that hijacks, subverts or reinvents product categories, or better yet, creates new ones.

WE MAKE WORK FOR BRANDS THAT MAKE JOBS IN THE U.S.

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  • How Marketing Will Change in 2014

    January 7, 2014

    … people are predicting a more seamless integration of technology into brand’s efforts. Or, as Scott Prindle, partner/chief digital officer, Made Movement puts it: “I think we'll see interesting opportunities to use technology to save us from technology.” Full article →

  • The Stream – Made in the U.S.A.

    December 16, 2013

    Does an American flag on the label equal “Made in the USA?” Once condemned for outsourcing, companies are being praised for insourcing. But some are trying to cash in on the hype. Full article →

  • “Made in the USA” Gets a Makeover

    February 9, 2013

    The Made in America brand once embodied ruggedness and a kind of strait-laced patriotism, but recently it has morphed into a symbol of artisanal design and environmental sustainability. Fueled by a renewed enthusiasm for items sourced and produced in the U.S.--and supported by a new advertising agency devoted to American manufacturing--this locavore-tinged version of Made in America is gaining steam. Full article →

  • A Label That Has Regained Its Luster

    September 14, 2012

    REMEMBER the Chrysler K-car? Dave Schiff, a founder of Made Collection, a new flash-sale site that sells only American-made goods, hopes not. When he was coming of age in the early ’80s, the phrase “Buy American” was epitomized by Chrysler’s boxy, style-challenged sedan, marketed as a star-spangled rebuke to the sleek imports of the day. In Mr. Schiff’s view, you bought one to satisfy a patriotic duty, not a sense of style. “ ‘Made in the U.S.A.’ came with baggage,” he said. Full article →

  • How You Can Make ‘Made in America’ Cool Again

    July 18, 2012

    Ralph Lauren’s decision to manufacture the uniforms they are providing to the U.S. Olympic team in China sparked criticism on Capitol Hill and across the country last week. Many media sources reacted, as well, with arguments on why Ralph Lauren should or should not apologize for that choice. Full article →

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