PRLog - July 17, 2012 - LOS ANGELES -- Amr Metwally, head of marketing and new accounts with the nascent startup claims, "PNMIC is much more than an online directory that catalogs and lists non Chinese made products, it's a free and open service, much like Wikipedia, allows anybody with access to an internet enabled device to submit products for consideration."
While the website does democratize the process of product submissions, it only accepts products with an industry standard barcode. "Our mission at PNMIC is to ensure that each and every product listed on our website is available in store, online, or in a perfect world, both." elaborates, Amr.
PNMIC is not just for products, it's also a supporter of non Chinese manufacturers. The startup is currently accepting applications from manufacturers. Those accepted by PNMIC, will be awarded with a subdomain of their own where they can showcase their products and introduce their company to potential customers who might've never known the company existed otherwise.
A quick glance at PNMIC's manufacturer's application clearly shows that there is no charge for companies to host a showcase on PNMIC.org
Asked if the name and intentions of PNMIC might come off as offensive, Mr. Metwally quickly remarks, "There are people out there, who for whatever reason, choose not to purchase made in China. They need a service like ours that comes along and makes their quest that much easier," says, Amr "because at the end of the day, they have the absolute right to dictate to who and where their hard earned money should go."
PNMIC can be accessed through http://www.PNMIC.org or http://www.ProudlyNOTmadeinChina.org. Currently, the website is inventorying non Chinese made products found in the North American market and accepts non Chinese manufacturer applications from companies all over.
Los Angeles, CA