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April 2012

Naim today announced its selection for involvement in the Make it in Great Britain exhibition taking place at the Science Museum in London from 24th July to 9th September 2012. Naim’s dedication to consistently developing the highest quality home audio products over the last 35 years has earned it a place, ahead of hundreds of other applicants, alongside British manufacturing greats such as McLaren, Airbus, Rolls Royce and Sunseeker.

The aim of the campaign is to banish the myth that ‘Britain doesn’t make anything anymore’ at a time when the world’s eyes are on Britain throughout the Olympic and Paralympic games and in the Diamond Jubilee year. The exhibit will tell the engineering story behind Naim products through interactive installations and a ‘great British hi-fi system’ playing ‘great British music’. Entry to the exhibition will be free of charge and it is open to people of all ages, so make sure you head to the Science Museum in London as Naim celebrates what it means to be a great British manufacturer.

Read more about the Make it in Great Britain exhibition here.

Naim chosen as top British manufacturer

April 2012
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April 2012

Naim today announced its selection for involvement in the Make it in Great Britain exhibition taking place at the Science Museum in London from 24th July to 9th September 2012. Naim’s dedication to consistently developing the highest quality home audio products over the last 35 years has earned it a place, ahead of hundreds of other applicants, alongside British manufacturing greats such as McLaren, Airbus, Rolls Royce and Sunseeker.

The aim of the campaign is to banish the myth that ‘Britain doesn’t make anything anymore’ at a time when the world’s eyes are on Britain throughout the Olympic and Paralympic games and in the Diamond Jubilee year. The exhibit will tell the engineering story behind Naim products through interactive installations and a ‘great British hi-fi system’ playing ‘great British music’. Entry to the exhibition will be free of charge and it is open to people of all ages, so make sure you head to the Science Museum in London as Naim celebrates what it means to be a great British manufacturer.

Read more about the Make it in Great Britain exhibition here.