American Made

Whether you're a maker, a DIYer, or a new small business owner, consider this your go-to spot for practical advice and inspiration. From tips on how to find investors to real stories of how crafters turned their favorite hobbies into flourishing businesses, we're here to support all things local and celebrate all things handmade.

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Chef Yadira Garcia of Loisa Is Amplifying Her Ancestors' Legacy Through Food Activism and Education
The co-owner of the seasoning and kitchenware brand honors the Latin community by making her mark in the culinary world.
Rachel James' Nail Care Brand, Pear Nova, Offers Polishes That Complement All Skin Tones
Each luxury lacquer from the CEO and founder's collections is made with clean, cruelty-free ingredients.
Disha Gulati Created an Online Food Marketplace to Support Local Culinary Talent and Amplify Their Stories
The CEO and founder of Here Here Market also wants to provide an easy way for consumers to discover these makers.
LIKHÂ Founder Nathalie Lim Lifts Up Filipino Artisans Through Her Home Goods Business
Each sustainable piece the entrepreneur sells was handcrafted with tradition-honored techniques by locals in the Philippines.
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Our Place Is a Cookware Destination for Modern, Multicultural Culinarians
Shiza Shahid, the co-founder and co-CEO of the brand, designs each piece in her collections to honor and uplift the traditions of underrepresented communities around the world.
A Quality-Over-Quantity Business Model Defines Eunice Byun's Kitchenware Brand, Material
The co-founder and CEO embraced her love of connectivity over a shared meal—which she learned from her family—when she created her brand.
The Founders of Frankly Apparel Created a Chic, Braless Clothing Line Designed for All Cup Sizes

Jane Dong, the COO, and Heather Eaton, the CEO, took the body-inclusive brand from a class project to a full-fledged business that makes clothes "to fit our bodies—not the other way around."