April 19, 2016 – SYNCFAB has announced its appointment to the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Innovation STIR Program in Civic Tech Partnership with the City of San Leandro supporting expansion of its Regional Supply Chain Platform in the Bay Area.
The Company is pleased to report it is signing a strategic agreement under the San Francisco STIR program, to facilitate and accelerate building its regional supply chain platform of online factories for product development and procurement. Under the terms of the collaborative Agreement, SYNCFAB will receive city support in its Bay-area initiative bringing more local product developers and supply chain professionals together with local manufacturers.
“The City of San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Innovation is proud to announce the Startup in Residence (STIR) program has partnered with the cities of San Leandro, Oakland and West Sacramento,” said Jay Nath, San Francisco Chief Innovation Officer. “Made in USA” is making a comeback and San Leandro, the “City that makes things,” is factory floor to the San Francisco Bay Area,” said San Leandro Chief Innovation Officer, Deborah Acosta, “we look forward to working with SYNCFAB to enhance our manufacturing supply chain resources available online.”
Commenting on this important Company milestone, SYNCFAB CEO, Jeremy Goodwin, said, “We are honored to be included in the STIR program indicating the City believes our company mission is important to the local economy and its citizenry and our team is credible and committed enough that they are willing to support the company publicly. We are grateful for the strong support of San Leandro and San Francisco that enables us to accelerate connecting regional buyers with local factories. Through our extensive active network of product development and supply chain professionals, SYNCFAB is solving a major marketing problem for local manufacturers with limited marketing budgets whose factories are underutilized. By connecting product development experts with those local manufacturers, the factories are more accessible and productive for a win-win value proposition all around.”
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