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From offices in Boise, Post Falls and Pocatello, TechHelp Manufacturing Specialists help Idaho manufacturers, food processors and inventors/entrepreneurs improve their competitiveness through continuous product and process innovation. Our services fall into three primary areas of practice that include:

  • New Product and Market Development
  • Operational Excellence
  • Food & Dairy Processing 

 The words EXTENSION and PARTNERSHIP capture the spirit of what we do:

  • We extend our people, services, resources, knowledge and expertise to help Idaho manufacturers, processors and inventors improve competitiveness and profitability
  • We can be an extension of your company and of your staff. Call us when you need us
  • TechHelp gives you access to a deep pool of local and national resources through our university, private sector and national MEP partners
  • TechHelp Manufacturing Specialists are available statewide thanks to our university partners

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Success Stories

SGW Taps TechHelp Talent Pipeline to Meet Growing Demand

Reported Year
SGW Designworks creates next-level engineering solutions by applying creativity, experience, and multidisciplinary development principles to solve difficult problems. Ryan Gray, SGW President, expressed the company’s need for talented and experienced engineers to address their growing clients’ project needs. Such talent has not always been easy to

Accelerating Automation in the US Manufacturing and Engineering Talent Pipeline

Reported Year
In three years House of Design grew rapidly from 20 to 96 employees and outgrew its space at the Nampa Small Business Accelerator, requiring a move to a new facility. During this period of growth the company identified needs in workforce, engineering and operations and reached out to TechHelp, a member of the MEP National Network™, for assistance.

Idaho Transportation Department Paves The Innovation Fast Lane

Reported Year
In February 2011, ITD Director Brian Ness wanted to create a results-focused work culture that would produce effective and accountable state government. He wanted ITD to operate in a more business-like manner and address budget limitations by empowering employees to find cost-effective solutions to everyday problems and eliminate organizational
Created March 18, 2019, Updated July 12, 2021