By  on June 8, 2015

NEW YORK — Less than three years after Maker’s Row launched, the Brooklyn-based company that connects American apparel manufacturers to small-, medium- and product-based businesses has seen its list of production firms grow to 7,000 from 1,000.

During Monday’s Sustainable Business conference at FIT, cofounder Tanya Menendez said the company will launch an e-commerce store this summer “really to showcase all the kinds of products that can be made in the United States.”

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