We Help Manufacturers Make It In Idaho
A Renaissance in U.S. Manufacturing?
Snocross World Champion, Mike Schultz, got back in the game after losing a leg during competition.
See more about the Renaissance in U.S. Manufacturing Here!!
If you have any questions or need of product design, prototyping or manufacturing help - please contact your local TechHelp specialist or our main office using the information listed at right. Or, complete our Intake Form Here.
Two of our favorite Idaho District Export Council Members, Alison Kelsey of Rekluse Motor Sports and Gerd Uitdewilligen of PakSense were featured in the most recent edition of Global Trade Magazine. The article focuses on Export Excellence, Idaho's version of the national ExporTech program that helps companies develop people & processes for accelerating profitable export activities.
TechHelp Manufacturing, Food & Dairy and New Product Development Specialists provide technical and professional assistance that helps Idaho manufacturers, processors and inventors accelerate growth and profitability through continuous product and process innovation. TechHelp is a partnership of Idaho's three state universities providing services throughout the state.
TechHelp is Idaho's affiliate of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NIST MEP); a national network of manufacturing experts offering advanced manufacturing solutions.
As Idaho's Economic Development Administration University Center, TechHelp focuses on creating growth and jobs in economically distressed areas of Idaho.
Top Reasons to Work With TechHelp
A recent study showed that manufacturers work with MEP Centers such as TechHelp for a variety of reasons. These include the expertise of our staff, the value of our services, our fair & unbiased assessments, our ability to generate ROI and the depth of our industry knowledge.
Idaho companies reported the following impact as a direct result of their work with us during the most recent fiscal year.
|Number of Idaho Firms Served
|Created & Retained Jobs
|Top Line Increased and Retained Sales
|Bottom Line Cost Savings
|Investments in Improvements