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SOURCE Brit + Co
SAN FRANCISCO, June 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In support of the first ever White House Maker Faire, San Francisco-based company, Brit + Co, has created four new programs in a new effort to reach makers of all ages.
Founded in late 2011 by CEO Brit Morin, Brit + Co's mission is to unlock creativity by educating, inspiring and supporting makers. The programs announced today are designed to further bring this mission to life and highlight the importance of creativity, STEM and making to women and girls across the United States.
"The Maker Movement is re-defining the American dream. With new advances in technology enabling the democratization of ideas, skills, and products, citizens young and old are now able to turn their creative passions into real businesses. This new economy is reigniting American manufacturing and employment, while bringing together communities of makers who are producing innovative products for less cost than ever before. It's an economy that could total nearly $700B." stated Morin.
Since the beginning, Brit + Co has focused on inspiring and enabling women and girls to learn how to make, using tools and skills both new and old. As part of today's White House Maker Faire, the company is announcing four new programs to continue igniting this audience:
These new programs include:
In addition, Morin will be in attendance at today's White House Maker Faire and participating in a National Day of Making using #NationOfMakers on Twitter.
Brit + Co is an online media and e-commerce platform that provides tools to teach, inspire, and enable creativity among women and girls. From traditional crafts to high-tech manufacturing, Brit + Co connects millions of users with makers, designers, chefs, and inventors, together building a community of creativity.
For additional information on these programs, please visit the Brit + Co website at www.brit.co.
For more information on the White House Maker Faire and to watch live, please visit www.WhiteHouse.gov/MakerFaire.
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